Go-A brought critical thinking to Eurovision

Our Go-A Band not only performed at the Eurovision so well that Ukrainian folk became the second most popular among audience (and fifth in the overall ranking), but also did another useful thing.

At the opening of the competition, they appeared in anti-fake raincoats from the #fashionVSfake ​​project.

The raincoats are a design metaphor for protection against disinformation flows. Each is devoted to a critical perception of conspiracy theories (chips and 5G), high-profile stories of Russian propaganda (a crucified boy, a hundred square meters of land and two slaves), deep fakes, and other ways to distort reality beyond recognition.

Learn more about the project from our colleagues from “Po toy bik novyn” that helped create it.

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