Inesa Brašiškė

Inesa Brašiškė co-runs a project space The Gardens in Vilnius, works as a curator at Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius and occasionally writes and translates texts on contemporary art issues. She has organised the lecture series on the issues of contemporary art theory and history with participation of David Joselit, Dieter Roelstraete, Alexander Alberro and others. The topic of her interest is a historical and social phenomenon of contemporary art and contemporaneity as such.

Technology, Politics, and Art: Interview with Alexander R. Galloway

A Hat Trick Or A Theory Of The Plankton

New technologies have worked their way into every plane of the contemporary art world, from production to dissemination and reception of art; invisible algorithm-driven websites, online exhibitions, ‘post-Internet’ aesthetics, art spectators swiping through artworks on their tablets and smartphones –

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Long distance runners: A conversation with Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda (Pakui Hardware*)


A duo of Lithuanian artists Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda have been working together since 2009. In their oeuvre – which includes video pieces, objects, photos – they use things and materials that, having shed their original raison d’être in

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