Lia Dostlieva (b. 1984, Donetsk) is a Ukrainian artist, cultural anthropologist, and essayist. Primary areas of my research include the issues of trauma, postmemory, commemorative practices, and agency and visibility of vulnerable groups. 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).