‘Exhibition and Retreat’ by Lina Albrikienė and Ida Divinzenz at Sodų 4

In February project space „Sodų 4“ was hosting a show by artists Lina Albrikienė and Ida Divinzenz who met during the residency exchange programme in Vienna in 2016. Touching upon different aspects of connecting the past and the present, both

The Forgotten Pioneer Movement: Set # B Exhibition

During the exhibition, objects, styles and words that were unnoticed, negated or simply unknown in the context of “pOst-Western” transformation will be collected and reconfigured as indexical traces. In order to understand the processes of historicizing the ‘post-socialist / socialist experience’

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

The Forgotten Pioneer Movement – between socialism and post-socialism

We understand that our generation’s mission is to revise this strategically demonized past. Agnė Bagdžiūnaitė (artist and curator, Lithuania) On October 2nd District Kunst- und Kulturförderung opens The Forgotten Pioneer Movement (TFPM) – an interdisciplinary performance and exhibition project about the experiences of

National Character of Lithuanian Art

Ten years have passed since I read Lev Manovich’s texts and since I was thinking that trying to differentiate cultures within the globalized and networked world is quite tricky. While Manovich continues defining Western and Eastern features[1] I came up with a