Raw Vilnius. An interview with Andrej Vasilenko

The city can be experienced in various ways: thinking, reading, writing about it, or staying there. However, urban structures are best explored by walking and observing them. The artist and photographer Andrej Vasilenko (b. 1985) is also a researcher of

Post-symposium Conversation on ‘Rites and Terrabytes’: Traces, Keywords and Post-colonial Learnings

Afterthoughts of the two curatorial members Vytautas Michelkevičius and Andrew Gryf Paterson  after the end of Inter-PAGAN Network (2017-2018) and Inter-format Symposium on June 20-25th 2018 (full documentation). Vytautas: Almost a year ago we have had a curatorial biographical conversation

Differences in Meaning over Time. A conversation with Eglė Ulčickaitė

The idea for this conversation came up last autumn. At the time, as I was writing my MA thesis on the philosophy of Jacques Rancière, I was very preoccupied with working out how everyday objects become works of art, and

Kaspars Groševs in conversation with Līva Rutmane

When I am asked which Latvian artist someone should learn about, I usually reply with confidence ‘Līva Rutmane’. I see that the artist Maija Kurševa gives a similar response. However, it would be wrong to assume that Līva’s work features

Exhibition as a crime scene. Ona Juciūtė in conversation with Viktorija Damerell

Viktorija Damerell: It feels slightly awkward talking to you now: we talk so often, but this interview format also demands that we think of the reader. We’re here, just the two of us, but someone is listening. Do you feel

About Unreported Gaps. A talk with Amira Hanafi

I became aware of the work by the artist and writer Amira Hanafi (USA/EG, b. 1979) just after her exhibition ‘The Science of a Good Lie’ opened at the Sodų 4 project space in Vilnius (it ran from 25 October

Don’t Fall in Love with a Prop. A conversation with the photographer Vytautas Kumža

Vytautas, this time two years ago we were preparing for your exhibition ‘Trust It, Use It, Prove It’ at the [si:said] gallery. Having graduated from Vilnius College of Design and studied at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague,


Eli Cortiñas was born in 1979, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, and lives and works in Berlin. She studied at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne, and at the European Film College at Ebeltoft in Denmark. Since

Collecting Experiences. A Conversation with the Curator Liutauras Pšibilskis

Lolita Jablonskienė: We have known each other for a long time, since the memorable period in the 1990s which brought great changes to Lithuania. However, you left Lithuania at the end of the decade: you studied in London, collaborated with

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

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 jodi.org, as part of their show in Amsterdam, and of course there are