Maria Arusoo in conversation with Kęstutis Kuizinas

Both the Center for Contemporary Arts Estonia (CCA) and Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius (CAC) opened in the early 90s to develop local art scenes and initiate international projects. Towards the end of this October, the exhibition Random Rapid Heartbeats opened

Poems, things and ‘risky normality’. Conversation with Krišs Salmanis

Alberta Vengrytė: Your exhibition, which recently opened at Vartai gallery in Vilnius, is titled Poems and Things. The very concept of a ‘thing’, partly used to name this particular art event and its ideological whole, or which possibly includes constituent

Instrumentation for Hybrids. Conversation with the artists Anna Romanenko and Björn Kühn

When speaking about any of the natures surrounding and inscribed in us, we are increasingly often beset with doubts regarding their naturalness. The Hybrid(…)scapes exhibition at VAA Nida Art Colony deals precisely with this kind of scenarios when we try

A Few Notes on ‘Notes on Tomorrow’

A group show of works by twenty-one artists titled Notes on Tomorrow opened on June 17th at the Meno Forma gallery and the Ars et Mundus art incubator in Kaunas, organised by the CreArt network. The exhibition presents a series

Slightly gothic undertones. Interview with Yuri Pattison

Yuri Pattison investigates the forces of labor in digital economies and crooked intersections between the real and virtual in a variety of media: video, web, sculptural installations. In this interview we discussed the notion of abject, which has recently been

Inconsistent Realities. A Conversation with Ignas Krunglevičius

As it has been less than a year since Ignas Krungelavičius’ solo show, Private Syntax Virus, at gallery Vartai, he probably needs no introduction to most followers of the Baltic art scene. He has currently been busy, intensively preparing and

The processes and energy behind live art. A conversation with artist Artūras Raila

I recently met with artist Artūras Raila to talk about his work from the 1990s within the context of events which changed Lithuania and its entire region. In our conversation we discussed his practice in relation to international art; the

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

I wonder where the cigarette is now?

The XII Baltic Triennial began in early 2014 with small gestures, meetings, presentations and seminars. Its main exhibition opened at the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) in Vilnius in September 2015, and already in November opened yet another exhibition, “A Million

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

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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