Interview with Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad, Maija Rudovska and Juste Kostikovaite

During the 5th International Contemporary Art Festival “Survival Kit” produced by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, the UK based artist Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad in collaboration with Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) curators Maija Rudovska (LV) and Juste Kostikovaite (LT) as part

Outtakes From The Life of a Happy Man: a Conversation with Jonas Mekas and Photo Reportage from the Pompidou Centre and the Serpentine Gallery

Before an important night of talks at the British Film Institute, filmmaker Mike Figgis was entrusted with driving Jonas Mekas to the event. Accidentally making a wrong turn, the driver had no other choice but to go all the way

“A Last Farewell” by Johanna Hästö – participant of the 5th International Contemporary Art Festival “Survival Kit”

“They say the world is owned by brave ones. Speaking of Johanna Hästö’s performance in Sarkandaugava’s psychiatric clinic, I would say that the brave ones see the world more colourful. Performing “A Last Farewell” in a morgue was a crazy

Yearning for degree zero. On Ēriks Apaļais’ solo exhibition “Words” at kim? Contemporary Art Centre

“At first glance, nostalgia is longing for a place, but actually it is yearning for a different time – the time of our childhood, the slower rhythms of our dreams. In a broader sense, nostalgia is a rebellion against the modern idea