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”

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