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Oleksandr Mykhed

Oleksandr Mykhed (born 1988) is a Ukrainian literary scholar, curator of art projects, and writer. He is a research fellow at the Taras Shevchenko Institute of Literature, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He lives in Kyiv, Ukraine. He is the author of two books of prose and the curator of the “Amnesia project: an open platform” a literary and artistic multimedia project which was shortlisted for 7 best world projects at “SOUNDOUT! New Ways of Presenting Literature” festival (May, 2014, Berlin, Germany). His essays have been translated into English, Polish, Serbian, and Russian. The chapters from the “AmneZia” book have been translated into English, Polish, German, and Italian.  

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