The morning audio walk After the Rave focuses on city objects after audio visual fatigue.


Dima Levytskyi: “I wanted to make a walk a safe and gradual way to transition from rave to city, from the emotional immersion in the rave to the aggressiveness and functionality of the city, from asocialness to socialness. I am interested in what a person sees during this transition. I will invite Instagram artists and try to use Instagram to capture this look, to peep into this keyhole.

The audio walk After the Rave is a gathering of strangers by the now legendary Closer and the no less legendary former night club Khlib who go into the city to live in it again. Morning fatigue can be a great way to change your view of a city.”      


The walk will take place in the “four quarters” area (the intersection of Kyrylivska, Yurkivska, Olenivska, Obolonska streets).

Taking part in the walk will be Instagram artists Vlad Holovko and Maria Borysova. Music by Heinali. The author is thankful to Maхіm Nakonechny, Misha Khokhlovych and Danylo Kaliev for their help in creating the project.


Dima Levytskyi is a dramaturg, media artist (Kyiv) and co-founder of the art group “Pic pic”. He Works with Sensoramalab, journalist publications (Die Welt) and musicians (DJ Tapolsky, BRAT). In theatrical projects he is most often involved as a dramaturg (Restaurant Ukraine, DPU, My grandfather dug, my father dug, but I won’t, Beautiful Twenty Year Olds. Teaser). Interests: the toxicity of cities, walks, patriarchy, storytelling.