Culture evolution law event subject distortion critical consciousness chaos project institution power emptiness structure subordination strategy user private space fragmentation coincidence processes situations interests management promise suppression competition decisions conflicts parallels artwork gallery artist curator positive aestheticised contacts communication business interactions politics cracks hierarchy deconstruction gaps reconstruction design destruction of the concept decisions bauhaus ruins anxiety narrative manifesto.
Project space “Sodų 4” is happy to present an exhibition by Dainius Liškevičius titled “On passe a l’orange”. The main narrative evolves around the act of destruction, which has taken place at different points in time and which manifested itself as an action, a process, an act of coincidence, a set of circumstances, directing towards both personal as well as public and institutional space. Earlier artworks, concepts, events, mundane objects – all have been recreated, replaced, transformed, deconstructed and altered further by destructive strategies/intentions – to become new/other artworks and to constitute a new (semantic and) aesthetic structure, on the basis of which the artist is constructing his own manifesto “On passe a l’orange”.
Dainius Liškevičius (b. 1970) lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania. Liškevičius studied at Vilnius Academy of Arts, Department of Sculpture between 1990–1996 and completed postgraduate art studies in 2012. He is a member of Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association since 1998. Currently one of the best known artists in Lithuania he began his artistic career at the time when Lithuania has regained its independence in 1990s. Liškevičius has contributed to the development of contemporary Lithuanian art scene with his continuous art practice involving installation, objects, photography, performative act. Liškevičius has been actively exhibiting in Lithuania and abroad since 1995. in 2015 he represented Lithuania in 56th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, Italy, with his project titled “Museum”. More about the artist www.liskevicius.lt.
Exhibition dates 2017/05/12–26
Wednesdays to Fridays 3–7 pm or by appointment tel. +37062689230
Opening reception 11 May 2017, 6 pm.
The event is organised by Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association with kind support by Lithuanian Council for Culture and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, and bar “Dėvėti”.