‘GLOBAL IDENTITIES Postcolonial and cross-cultural Narratives. A certain identity’ at Le Murate. Progetti Arte Contemporanea, Florence

Arnas Anskaitis, Ignas Krunglevičius, Andrej Polukord, Ieva Rojūtė curated by Matteo Innocenti in collaboration with Adrius Pocius, Alesia and Yuliya Savitskaya As Second episode of The GLOBAL IDENTITIES cicle, A certain identity is a project that brings together artists of different nationalities to express themselves about

Ignas Krunglevičius in the group exhibition ‘Common Front, Affectively’ at Nam June Paik Art Center

At the conjuncture of significantly revolutionary changes recently taking place in Korea in political and social terms, this exhibition calls attention to what can be called the current of affects, which makes you feel pain about the sufferings of others,

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,

Ignas Krunglevičius and Eglė Budvytytė in the 19th Biennale of Sydney

Juliana Engberg, the artistic Director of the 19th Biennale of Sydney, revealed the list of participating artists for the Asia Pacific’s largest contemporary visual arts event taking place in Sydney next year. The list of artists comprises of more than

Photo reportage from Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association’s exhibition “In the Graveyards of Interdisciplinarity(?)” in the spaces of JMVAC and Vilnius Gates

Last Thursday, October 17th, Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association’s exhibition “In the Graveyards of Interdisciplinarity(?)” was opened at Vilnius Gates and Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Center. Wherever there is fresh vivacity, it naturally finds its gender of expression (Vydūnas, “Consciousness”) One might get the

Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association’s exhibition “In the Graveyards of Interdisciplinarity” in the spaces of JMVAC and Vilnius Gates

2013 10 17 - 2013 10 31 / 6 pm
Wherever there is fresh vivacity, it naturally finds its gender of expression (Vydūnas, “Consciousness”) One might get the impression that interdisciplinarity as a concept is not very relevant in discussing processes in contemporary art. Only occasionally does it make a

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