On parasitism and mimicry. PART I

On the 5th of December a first self-curated exhibition ‘Parasite & Mimicry’ by residents of Nida Art Colony was opened at Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius. Timos Alexandropoulos (GR), KVM (Ju Hyun Lee & Ludovic Burel, KR/FR), Christophe Wirth (DE)

Flash interview: Tomas Čiučelis on outsideness

Recently launched The Deep Splash is a website documenting the diverging ideas and motivations of Lithuanian émigrés working in the Arts. This week we invite you to explore the ideas and motivations of Tomas Čiučelis – philosophy researcher, translator, and critic

Autumn residencies in Nida Art Colony: art-specific nomadism

One of the first artists to arrive to Nida together with the beginning of autumn was Tanya Busse, a Canadian artist, who currently lives and works in Tromsø, Norway. Tanya primarily works with photography, publications and installation. For the residency

Ghosts and Manifesta 10: A conversation with Joanna Warsza

Joanna Warsza introduces the Public Programme she curates at the Manifesta Bienalle. Not only in the context of the Bienalle, but also issues another statement in her Facebook explaining the reason to stay after annexation of Crimea: “We are confronted

Flash interview: Mindaugas Gapševičius on post-digital

“The definition of post-digital suggests it has a feature of hybridity, a balance of physical and virtual. Aside from the hybridisation, we can point to the generation born in the 1990s, who do not remember times without computers; the “digital”

Dark Pool: a conversation with Ignas Krunglevičius

On 4-6 September, Kunsthall Oslo held a three-day performance and screening programme Soft City featuring Dark Pool by Lithuanian artist Ignas Krunglevičius. Dark Pool involves an accomplice wandering in the city with a hidden radio frequency jammer that disrupts 3G,

Justė Kostikovaitė in conversation with Lina Lapelytė

Hello, Lina. Could you share the story behind your Candy Shop performance? Is it a political attempt to deconstruct rap music? Artistic rather than political. Candy Shop is about the everyday, slowness, sensitivity, depth, femininity, masculinity, modernity, naivety, togetherness and

Long distance runners: A conversation with Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda (Pakui Hardware*)

A duo of Lithuanian artists Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda have been working together since 2009. In their oeuvre – which includes video pieces, objects, photos – they use things and materials that, having shed their original raison d’être in

Interview with Inese Baranovska

In early May a former KGB house opened to public for the first time. Set up alongside the display of historical collection the “(Re)construction of Friendship” exhibition presented a different way of looking at the past events. Inese Baranovska, one

Pushing the Boundaries: Vivian Sky Rehberg in conversation with Melvin Moti

What follows is an abridged version of a public conversation which took place on February 1, 2014 in the CAC Reading Room between art critic and historian Vivian Sky Rehberg and Melvin Moti, a Rotterdam-based artist whose exhibition Hyperspace that

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