Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualized Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 3: Žeimiai

The idea of “climbing invisible structures” invokes not only something hidden, but also something vertiginous and inaccessible. It invites “us” (artists and audiences as participants) to engage and reflect on the complex and multi-layered relationships between the references and meanings

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Hybrid(…)scapes’ at Nida Art Colony

Exhibition title: Hybrid(…)scapes Organised by:  Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts Venue: Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts (Taikos st 43, Nida) Date: 23rd July – 28th August 2016 Artists: Pakui Hardware (LT), DISTRUKTUR (BR/DE), Franziska

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Fake. Landscape’ at Vilnius Graphic Art Centre

Elena Grudzinskaitė analyses the relationship of the individual and the territory, the limits and fragility of the parameters of space and time, the human impact on the physical changes of the environment, and the “levitation” of the notion of landscape

Photo reportage from the exhibition “End of Meaning” at Editorial

When she first saw Donald Trump face on her facebook feed, she thought it was a hoax. Some fictional character from the Late night or Morning show or whatever daytime show they watch there for entertainment. The fact that this

Photo reportage from the exhibition “Faith” at Vilnius Art Academy exhibition halls “Titanikas”

Situated in a former monastery ensemble and surrounded by other sacral buildings and monuments, Vilnius Academy of Arts remains a community of faith even in the contemporary world of pragmatic creative industries. Even the name of the Academy’s main exhibition

Photo reportage from Lewben Art Foundation’s exhibition “Shaping Ideas: Sculptures” at ArtVilnius’16

Exposition presents work by nine contemporary artists: Hans Op de Beeck (b. 1969, Belgium), Jake & Dinos Chapman (b. 1966 and 1962, Great Britain), Michael Dean (b. 1977, Great Britain), Marcel Dzama (b. 1974, Canada–USA), Kendell Geers (b. 1968, South

Photo reportage from the exhibition “Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualized Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 2: Nida”

“Climbing Invisible Structures: Ritualised Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 2: Nida” is the second part of an exhibition project comprising four venues, and the first one to include works by all ten artists. The idea of “climbing invisible structure”

Group exhibition “Growing Insistence” at Šiauliai Art Gallery

“I made these sausages, I made these sausages” – an ordinary day with electrified words chewing on somebody’s sausages, driving him into mid-dream. Intellect as artwork: how much space does it occupy, does it take over all minds as our

Photo reportage from Daniel Gustav Cramer’s exhibition “Nineteen” at the Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

The Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) in Vilnius is pleased to present the first solo exhibition by German artist Daniel Gustav Cramer in Lithuania. Daniel Gustav Cramer’s artistic practice consists of peculiar constellations of objects, figures, images and narrations. They constitute

Photo reportage from the exhibition “Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualised Disciplinary Practices in Social Life ” at Underground Water Reservoir, Vilnius

There are at least two major ways of understanding the word discipline. In the first case, discipline means training people to obey rules or codes of behaviour. The second, indicates a branch of knowledge, like those studied in higher education,

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