Rufina Bazlova is a Belarusian artist living in the Czech Republic who has decided to record the ongoing protests in her home country through a unique way: embroidery. Her “vyshivanky”, as they are called, are based on the nation’s characteristic embroidery style with red and white colours. The artwork has met with much approval and may see use in projects supporting solidarity with the anti-regime demonstrations.

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