Wil?* at kim?

*what is love? The three words in the questioning abbreviation of kim? Contemporary Art Centre in Latvian stand for “what is art?”. The artists of the exhibition have chosen to ask a different, way more extensive and, by all parameters,

Between materiality, technology, biology and nature. Lost Heritage by Pakui Hardware

Through disfunctional gardening on display, Pakui Hardware via their latest project created specially for kim?—Lost Heritage—continues its research into the relationship between materiality, technology, biology and nature. How technology is technology shaping the physical reality, including the human body? When

Postidea. Plotas / Space: a revolt against hierarchy

POSTIDEA is a continuous project, presenting urgent tendencies of contemporary art trough a female perspective. The title of the show refers to a particular space, to (un)covering of a surface, to probing of invisible, inner spaces, to inverting of the

A Romance of Many Dimensions: mediated physical space

Today’s digitality means the abandonment of the world of representation and thus projection, and its replacement by computer-generated reality. A program produces reality in real time – a digital photo is not an interpretation, like a sketch, but the concretisation of a

The necro-romantism of S&P Stanikas. Trip to Mars at Malonioji 6

The necro-romantism of S&P Stanikas, living and working in Paris, is related to a certain  context of degenerating late sovietism and a later shifted socio-political and socio-cultural context, as well as to iconography of the classic Western art. However the

Exist-resist tactics in Parasite & Mimicry at CAC, Vilnius

The exhibition “Parasite & Mimicry” is a result of a one month intense group work at Nida Art Colony of the artists: Timos Alexandropoulos (GR), KVM (Ju Hyun Lee & Ludovic Burel, KR/FR), Christoph Wirth (DE), Irina Gheorghe (RO). The

Victory over the common notions of life. Photo reportage from Kristians Brekte’s “Dead ain’t gone”

Kristians Brekte’s creative work has always been saturated with vivid characters of imagination along with familiar symbols of popular culture, art and religion. In the hands of Brekte bones, crosses, and drips of black China ink become attributes of a

Merging history and fiction. Dainius Liškevičius’ solo show “Labyrinthus”

The new exhibition of Dainius Liškevičius Labyrinthus presents a complex project that integrates the forms of architecture, sculpture and installation, also the genres of personal collection and retrospective. The architectural construction that was conceived by the artist in the Main Hall of

Sea as a metaphor of collective imagination and memory – “Imaginary Shores” exhibition at the newly opened Culture Factory in Klaipėda

This exhibition is about the sea and its intangible outlines, about the place we inhabit and we don‘t know, about longing, love and the feel of the sea, about meaning slipping through our fingers. Rather than a place for recreation

Damage Assessment – exhibiting the museum

On the upcoming (very) long weekend from Thursday to Sunday, 20-23 November the Estonian Contemporary Art Museum is hosting the off-season show “Damage Assessment”. The exhibition brings together twelve artists, who base their works on the building they are exhibiting

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