A visit to an old communal apartment in the center of Odesa.
Coincidentally, the stream will start the very first minute after curfew. The apartment is located in the old mansion known as "Bukovetsky's House". Built in 1900, it was owned by a realist painter Yevhen Bukovetsky. This place was popular among local bohemians until bolsheviks' occupation of Ukraine and further re-organization of the house's inner space into communal apartments. The current status of the whole apartment is mixed - officially it is still communal, though, most of the rooms are separate full-fledged apartments but many residents have left after russian invasion. The early time of streaming will emphasize the hollowness of the space that used to be a home for different people throughout more than 120 years of its history.