Curating Creative Societies: A conversation with Vilma Jurkutė, the director of Alserkal Avenue

Vilma Jurkutė has a degree in International Business from Grenoble Graduate School of Business, and is currently pursuing her Executive Master’s in Sustainable Urban Development at Oxford University. Born in Klaipėda in Lithuania, Vilma has lived and worked in New

Invisible Structures. The cut of a stratosphere as a reflection of human values. An interview with the filmmaker Emilija Škarnulytė

The eyes are trying to cover glaciers in the Arctic Circle. The ears are catching quasar sounds. Dark waters are stirred by a hypnotizing creature. The head is dazzled by unimaginable industrial structures. Ultimately sounds come together with waves, images

Conversations with Smaug. An interview with the curators Saara Hacklin and Kati Kivinen

Šelda Puķīte: Let’s start with the title ‘There and Back Again’. Is that a conscious ‘Hobbit’ quote? Saara Hacklin: Yes, it is, but only in English. It’s not there in the Finnish title ‘Meno-paluu’ though, which would simply be ‘round

Listening Bodies, Sounding Spaces. An interview with Sandra Kazlauskaitė

Sandra Kazlauskaitė is a Lithuanian composer, sound artist and researcher, who for the last decade has been based in London. In her artistic practice, Sandra explores aurality in conceptual terms, creates sonic collages, acousmatic compositions, audiovisual installations and compositions for

Archetype as a Way of Communicating: Individualism through Universalism as a Way of Creating. An interview with Rūta Jusionytė

Rūta Jusionytė (b. 1978) is a painter and sculptor. We started our conversation with the artist in her studio in Paris, surrounded by the cheerful buzz of children, where the sounds of the French and Lithuanian languages are common. Born

Stories from our backyards belong to the world. A conversation with Anastasia Sosunova

When we first began arranging the details for our meeting, Anastasia suggested we should do it in Lazdynai, one of the farther districts of Vilnius. There, besides the modernist apartment buildings so praised in architecture history textbooks, you’ll find the

Panke and panke.gallery: a space for people with a different kind of behaviour

There are not many places in Vilnius in Lithuania that carry out their cultural activities integrally. By ‘integrally’ here, we do not mean a model combining the studios of artists, musicians and other creative people, or a blend of exhibitions

Solving Painting as a Medium. A conversation with the painter Kristina Ališauskaitė

Kristina Ališauskaitė (b. 1984) is a young Lithuanian painter, based in Vilnius and known to gallery visitors, both nationally and internationally, for her dark, almost monochrome canvases that depict encounters between elements of ordinary life and all that is hiding

The Invisibility of Huge things: a research of fictional strategies to reveal the unperceivable

 An interview with Pedro Hurpia, the former resident at Nida Art Colony Pedro Hurpia is a visual artist and researcher from Brazil. He was a professor of Visual Arts at the Pontifical University of Campinas between 2015 and 2017, teaching Photography, Drawing and Orientation in Final

Tatzu Nishi: an architect of imaginative places | 11th Kaunas Biennial

The Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi is renowned for his exceptional public art projects in which he merges the boundaries between the public and the private. Paradoxically, he achieves this by constructing temporary living or hotel rooms around the monuments of

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