Kiasma Theatre’s Autumn Season Begins with a Fourth-Wall-Breaking Participatory Performance by Eglė Budvytytė

Orcas and Volcanos – Incantation Karaoke Sat 15.9. at 4pm Lithuanian born contemporary artist Eglė Budvytytė is dealing with ideas of ecofeminism and questions of extinction and non-human entities, plants and animals in her solo performance. Internationally renowned contemporary artist Eglė

Artapes. Fast-forwarded. Selected Lithuanian video works since the 1990s MAXXI, Rome

05 May 2018 – 06 May 2018 Artapes. Fast-forwarded. Selected Lithuanian video works since the 1990s video gallery – free entrance for all from Tuesday to Friday and every first Sunday of the month curated by Ūla Tornau and Asta

Bastard Voices: an event by Baltic Triennial 13 at South London Gallery

An event by Baltic Triennial 13 29 Mar 2018, 7-10 pm An evening of performance, poetry and music, titled Bastard Voices expresses the desires and ambitions of Baltic Triennial 13 – GIVE UP THE GHOST ahead of its unfolding across

‘Choreography for the Running Male’ by Eglė Budvytytė at Block Universe 2017

Eglė Budvytytė is a Lithuanian artist based in Vilnius and Amsterdam. Budvytytė creates performance situations to explore the relationships between body, architecture, environment and audience. The artist looks at the body’s ability to challenge conventions of conduct and the narratives

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualised Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 4: Lillestrøm’

The expression “Climbing Invisible Structures” invokes something steep and hidden, something vertiginous and inaccessible. The idea of coping with such constructions, invites us, artists and participants, to reflect on the complex, multilayered and often imperceptible relationships that govern our lives

Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualized Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 3: Žeimiai

The idea of “climbing invisible structures” invokes not only something hidden, but also something vertiginous and inaccessible. It invites “us” (artists and audiences as participants) to engage and reflect on the complex and multi-layered relationships between the references and meanings

Photo reportage from the exhibition “Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualized Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 2: Nida”

“Climbing Invisible Structures: Ritualised Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 2: Nida” is the second part of an exhibition project comprising four venues, and the first one to include works by all ten artists. The idea of “climbing invisible structure”

Nordic, Baltic and Ukrainian contemporary art exhibition at the National Art Museum of Ukraine

“Identity. Behind the Curtain of Uncertaint” – the Nordic, Baltic and Ukrainian contemporary art exhibition at the National Art Museum of Ukraine will open to the public on the 19th of March and will be on view untill May 22.

Nordic and Baltic art in The Moderna Exhibition 2014 “Society Acts” at Moderna Museet

Twice before, in 2006 and 2010, Moderna Museet’s inventory of Swedish contemporary art, the Moderna Exhibition, has been shown at the Museum in Stockholm. In autumn 2014, the third edition of the Moderna Exhibition is presented at Moderna Museet Malmö.

Scattered Heritage: The Pioneer Camp of ReVision Seminar

The Forgotten Pioneer Movement (TFPM) is semantically grounded in the very last instance of collective experience under socialism: that of joining the mass youth organisations in various socialist countries, just before the fall of the Berlin wall and the dissolution

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