Karolina Rybačiauskaitė is a researcher in art and philosophy, and a philosophy PhD student at Vilnius University. She studies the relationship between uncertainty and indeterminacy in contemporary philosophy of science and in art. She is also interested in alternative methods of writing art history in post-socialist European countries.

Differences in Meaning over Time. A conversation with Eglė Ulčickaitė

Eglė Ulčickaitė, After the Frost, 2014. Oil, canvas, 130x160 cm

The idea for this conversation came up last autumn. At the time, as I was writing my MA thesis on the philosophy of Jacques Rancière, I was very preoccupied with working out how everyday objects become works of art, and

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About Unreported Gaps. A talk with Amira Hanafi

Vocabulary cards for a dictionary of the revolution (2014)

I became aware of the work by the artist and writer Amira Hanafi (USA/EG, b. 1979) just after her exhibition ‘The Science of a Good Lie’ opened at the Sodų 4 project space in Vilnius (it ran from 25 October

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