RUPERT is pleased to announce a summer group exhibition, Entangled Tales. The exhibition opens on the 4th of July and will run through to the 3rd of August, 2018.
Opening: 6pm, 4th July
Entangled Tales brings together local and international artists to look at the ways in which we think, communicate and live with matter. The exhibition’s theme takes the lead from the artists’ practices and recent feminist approaches to materiality and ‘new materialism’. It considers how our correspondences with the matter with which we are entangled offers many threads to follow in our exploration of memory, the body, forms of participation and ways of knowing. Acknowledging the work of art as something which we continue to think with and through, the exhibition asks how we tell the entangled tales of which we are one thread.
There will be an accompanying programme of tours, talks, events and workshops, including a lecture by Dr Rick Dolphijn and workshops by Anastasija Sosnunova, Daniel Rossi and Dr Helen Palmer. Palanga Street Radio will be DJing on the opening night.
Exhibition working hours:
Wednesday 12-6 pm
Thursday 12-8 pm
Friday 12-6 pm
Saturday 12-5 pm
Sunday 12-5 pm
Curators: Justė Jonutytė and Yates Norton
Artists: Rebecca Ackroyd, Stefania Batoeva, Julie Bena, Ragna Bley, Than Hussein Clark, Olivia Erlanger, Merike Estna, Daiga Grantina, Celia Hempton, Tamara Henderson, Ieva Kraule, Jenine Marsh, Daria Melnikova, Rūtenė Merkliopaitė, Mikołaj Moskal, Rosalind Nashashibi, Athena Papadopoulos, Zoë Paul, Daniel Rossi, Viktorija Rybakova, Anastasija Sosunova, Indrė Šerpytytė, Jala Wahid.
Architects: Ona Lozuraitytė and Petras Išora
Co-ordinators: Vitalija Jasaitė and Kotryna Markevičiūtė
Supporters: Lithuanian Council for Culture, Vilnius City Municipality, Office of the Embassy of Canada to Lithuania, Pakrantė
Special thanks: Emalin (London); Cooper Cole (Toronto); Galeria Wschod (Warsaw); Galerie Joseph Tang (Paris); OSL Contemporary (Oslo); Parafin (London); Rodeo (London); Southard Reid (London); Temnikova & Kasela (Tallinn); VI, VII (Oslo), and Vilnius In Your Pocket City Guide.
On 4 July, there will be a free shuttle bus operating between Vilnius center and Rupert. The bus departs from the main entrance to Bernardinai garden (Maironio street) at 5:30 pm, and returns after the talk around 8 pm. Registration for the bus.