That. There. Then. is based on an iconic Soviet television show called What? Where? When? The six-channel video installation recreated the architecture and staging of the original TV studio through four viewpoints, accompanied with a video projection of the artist’s family in their home. In the original game show, a panel of six experts brainstorm in order to answer questions sent in by viewers. The artist’s real family asks the ”fake” family a question in the staged TV show about the changes of street names in the Eastern Block after the collapse of the USSR, where all streets named after Lenin, Marx, or Engels were changed, sometimes more than once, in an attempt to erase history. Eduardovna’s work reconstructs autobiographical narratives that are relevant to a collective experience, examining issues of migration and identity in flux through non-linear storytelling and an exploration of familial structures as a model of the society as a whole.