Neringa Černiauskaitė

Neringa Černiauskaitė is an art critic, curator and editor in chief of Lithuanian contemporary art daily She is graduate from Bard's Centre for Curatorial Studies, NY.

The Role of Nationalism in the Anthropocene. A Conversation with Dr. Eglė Rindzevičiūtė

Living Machine at the Findhorn Ecovillage, Scotland.

Eglė Rindzevičiūtė has a PhD in cultural studies, and teaches sociology at Kingston University near London. In 2008, Linköping University Press published her book Constructing Soviet Cultural Policy: Cybernetics and Governance in Lithuania after World War II. Along with Jenny Andersson, she edited The Struggle

Posted in Detour

Modest biocultural hope: Interview with anthropologist Stefan Helmreich


Stefan Helmreich received his PhD in Anthropology from Stanford University and prior to coming to MIT held fellowships at Cornell, Rutgers, and NYU. His research examines the works and lives of biologists thinking through the limits of “life” as a

Posted in Interview from Lithuania

Estonian month: Art ist kuku nu ut – a festival of contemporary art in Tartu


A nine-hour trip with a transfer in Riga is a condition to get to one of the two Estonian towns starting with “T”. Experiences in Tartu and Tallinn were three weeks apart, while a week prior to the events recounted

Posted in Review from Estonia