Andrii Dostliev is a Ukrainian artist, curator, and photography researcher from Ukraine, currently based in Poland. Has degrees in IT and graphic design. His primary areas of interest are memory, trauma, identity — both personal and collective, and the limits of photography as a medium. His art practice works across photography, video, drawing, performance, and installation. Has published several photobooks. Selected exhibitions: “I still feel sorry when I throw away food — Grandma used to tell me stories about the Holodomor”, Odesa National Art Museum, Odesa, Ukraine (2021), “Inscriptions of Identity. Belonging. Difference. Gesture.”, Biuro Wystaw, Warsaw, Poland (2021), “Emplotment”, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary (2022), “Difficult Pasts. Connected Worlds”, National Gallery of Art, Vilnius, Lithuania (2022).