Zane Onckule has studied Art History at The Art Academy of Latvia and Communication Science at University of Latvia, and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Banking Institution of Higher Education in Latvia. From 2010 to 2017 she was a curator and Programme Director at kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga where she has organised, curated and co-curated exhibitions, public programme as well as edited publications and other corresponding materials in collaboration with wide range of artists, curators and theoreticians. She was a co-commissioner of Latvian Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale (2013). Selected curatorial projects: The Shakiest of Things by Rodrigo Hernandez (kim?, Riga, 2017); Sea of Living Memories by Ieva Epnere (Art in General, New York, 2016); Le Fragole del Baltico, group exhibition (together with curator Simone Menegoi), CareOf, Milan (2015); Sink Down Montain, Raise Up Walley! by Ulla von Brandenburg (kim?, Riga, 2015); Vortex, group exhibition at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2014); Little Vera by Sanya Kantarovsky and Ella Kruglyanskaya (kim?, Riga, 2014). She has enrolled in the Class of 2019 at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard).

TO BREATHE IS TO PERFORM. Zane Onckule conversation with Vytautas Jurevicius

Soft Romance, curated events by Vytautas Jurevicius

Vytautas Jurevicius, a.k.a Vytas, was born in 1981 in Palanga, Lithuania and lives in New York City. As a performance artist, he’s been working with a wide range of feelings and emotions: of being alone, feeling lonely, comforting oneself, being

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Viktor Timofeev Turns Left. A morning conversation at Ludlow Coffee Supply on 6 September

‘Physical Capacity’, VR software, 2017, courtesy of Two Queens, Leicester.

Zane Onckule: Hi, how are you? Viktor Timofeev: All right, but stressed out! I’m finishing this collaboration that’s due to open in a few days. It’s with, as part of their show in Amsterdam, and of course there are

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