This machine embroidery combines and unites the body of digital artwork made by Rufina Bazlova in her cycle The History of Belarusian Vyzhyvanka (2020–2021), which uses the traditional folk embroidery medium to depict the ongoing peaceful protests in Belarus, the artist’s home country. Each tableau corresponds to an actual event during the Summer–Winter of 2020. Vyzhyvanka is a pun combining two Belarusian words, “embroidery” and “survival.” Vyshyvanka means “embroidered shirt.” Vyzhyvats' means “to survive.” This artwork was first exhibited as a part of the Every Day. Art. Solidarity. Resistance exhibition which took place in Kyiv’s Mystetskyi Arsenal from March 26–June 8, 2021. It was later exhibited as a part of Belarus––Sceams of the Silenced exhibition at Haage’s Grey Space in the Middle from August 7–August 18, 2021.