In Focus: Gauging the Psychological Toll of the Ukrainian War

By David Schonauer   Wednesday August 14, 2019

Traveling to Kiev in the wake of protest, revolution and civil war, Belgian photographer David Denil set about documenting the aftermath of conflict in the minds of ordinary people still coming to terms with the country’s sharp divisions. The resulting series, “Let Us Not Fall Asleep While Walking,” departs from journalistic record, instead attempting to depict “the psychological state of this Ukraine looking at its future while haunted by its past and memory,” Denil says. There is now a book from Dewi Lewis.

Read the whole story at British Journal of Photography.


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