The Clerestory Podcast S1 E25

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Myroslava Hartmond

Myroslava Hartmond is a Kyiv-born, Oxford-based curator, art advisor, and creative consultant with a particular interest in the uncanny and bizarre. Since 2015, she has been an associate curator of the HR Giger Museum in Gruyère, Switzerland. Her projects aim to shine a light on dark places. Myroslava recently found her Orthodox Christian faith again.

photo story Body of Work: The Chernikov Family Archive

A chance discovery of an artistic Soviet Ukrainian family’s portfolio prompts curator Myroslava Hartmond to reappraise the importance of life’s small kindnesses.

essay Crafting the Body: An Ecology

Imagine for a moment that our skin was a transparent membrane which revealed the inner workings of the body. That we humans had been designed in a way that left the mechanics and chemistry of our anatomy in plain view

poem In the Apple’s Ripening

In early spring I found myself flooded with grief over the death of my uncle Aleksey, whose life was cut short by a car crash just before my 10th birthday in 2000. He was only 24.