corruption of culture. Photo by Marija Markovic Museum of Corruption is now online What happens when we move Corruption from real-life situations into a museum... Tandem Ukraine trio Goran Denic, Viorica Badea and Andrij Tuzhykov, have been working on this and have created a Museum of Corruption, which you can now access online! corruption of personality. Photo by Luka Lagator Museum of Corruption (MoC) is a transnational interdisciplinary platform for researching, contextualizing and displaying a virtual collection of corruption mechanisms, both in legal and in an ethical sense through practical, theoretical and critical assessment using contemporary museology methods. MoC aims to reframe the notion of corruption from abuse of power to the moral inability of individuals to put the wellbeing of the community above their own interest. In order to thoroughly research the phenomenology of corruption and its effect, six Museum departments have been established: the corruption of time, language and culture, following by the corruption of data, personality and institution. Follow the Museum of Corruption on social media: Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Created by VIORICA BADEA (OPEN HUB CREATIVE CLUSTER), VESNA TAŠIĆ (ZMUC ASSOCIATION), GORAN DENIC (ZMUC ASSOCIATION), ANDRIY TUZHIKOV (THE LABORATORY OF CULTURE RESEARCHES) Project co-founded by Tandem Ukraine and Open Society Foundation in Serbia.