Pavlo Yaremak

After the start of the full-scale invasion, my life has undergone many transformations and my values have changed. For example, memories from the peaceful past have become vital. Occasionally, you fall asleep with those memories because you miss the life you used to have. Military life is felt by everyone. Even Remarque’s books are read as if they had just been written and published.

For me, art in the first months of the war lost its purpose and some value. What to photograph? For what? For whom? None of that mattered anymore. But later I realized that art can heal the deep wounds of war, as well as inform about current events.