Palette: Three-legged Evidence
Invited artists: Uģis Albiņš, Victoire Barbot, Anna Ceipe, Baptiste Charneux, Kaspars Groševs, Indriķis Ģelzis, Ainārs Kamoliņš, Ieva Kraule-Kūna, Elīna Vītola, Amanda Ziemele, Ndayé Kouagou.
Opening September 25, 4 – 9pm
Palette, a migrating platform with the function of a bar steps into the space of Salon du Salon, offering the viewer thematic drinks blended with artworks by the artists, collaborators and creators of this set-up. The artist has chosen to play with the name palette indicating both the physicality of a bar’s counter and also the act of mixing. The bar becomes an eclectic piece combining references from various historic eras and personal sources of inspiration – both spiritual and physical.
Daria Melnikova is a Riga-based artist, who works with installations and objects. Her work results from a meditative study of daily routine, clichés, architectural details and mere casual moments. She has recently exhibited in Gallery Vartai, Vilnius; Karlin Studios, Prague; PLATO, Ostrava; Kulturfolger, Zurich; Kim? Contemporary Art Center, Riga, etc.
Acknowledgments: Marie Tesson, Katrīna Teivane-Korpa, Armands Briģis
About Roots to Routes:
Roots to Routes is a collaboration between artists, curators and non-profit organisations from the city of Marseille and the Baltic countries, taking place in Marseille as part of the Manifesta 13 Biennial programme Les Parallèles du Sud. Curated by Merilin Talumaa, Maija Rudovska and Justė Kostikovaitė, the project unfolds across a series of exhibitions, performances, screenings, workshops, lectures and walks in Marseille from 28 August 2020 to 25 October 2020. This project is possible with the support of the newly created Baltic Culture Fund.
Roots to Routes is supported by
Baltic Culture Fund, Lithuanian Culture Institute, Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Estonian Culture Abroad, Latvian State Culture Capital Foundation, Lithuanian Embassy in Paris, Estonian Embassy in Paris, Manifesta 13 Marseille. The European Nomadic Biennial