‘Villa Lituania’ by Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas at The MO Museum, Vilnius

2019 01 11 - 2019 03 10
Villa Lituania is a building in Rome that served as an embassy for Lithuania during the interwar period but that was appropriated by the USSR after Lithuania’s occupation. Artists, the recipients of the Lithuanian National Prize for Culture and Arts,

Talk ‘SWAMP: Our Brain, Planetary Kidney and Architecture of Cohabitation’ at National Gallery of Art

2017 10 12 / 8 pm
This talk will be a first official presentation of “The Swamp Pavilion” – Lithuanian representation in 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas, curators of the pavilion will present a conceptual framework of the

‘Future Energy Summit’ brought together by Zooetics at Folkestone Triennial 2017

Sunday 3 September, 11am–6pm Silver Screen Cinema, Cinema 2 Folkestone Town Hall, Guildhall Street, Folkestone CT20 1DY   Future Energy Summit brings together professionals and enthusiasts from the fields of art, design, life sciences and the humanities to re-imagine and re-script

Inquirers. PhD series: Lina Michelkevičė on Participatory Practices in Lithuanian Contemporary Art: Between Aesthetic and Social Reality

2014 12 02 / 6 pm
Participation is among those prevalent contemporary art buzzwords that occupy a firm place in the vocabulary of artists, curators and art critics yet are more than often used without a clear motivation. Trapped by the appealing epithet, one often leaves

Dubious Friendships. On the “(Re)construction of Friendship” exhibition in Riga

This summer the group exhibition “(Re)construction of friendship” was site-specifically installed at the Corner House in Riga, the main building of the State Security Committee (SSC) until 1991 and one of the key attractions of “Riga 2014”. The mediated reconstruction

Photo reportage from “Part of a Larger Whole. Lithuanian Contemporary Art” opening in London

Cultural programme of the Lithuanian Presidency of the EU Council in London has kicked-off last week with the performance of the young accordionist Martynas Levickas performing with his band. The programme continued in the 12 Star Gallery, where the exhibition

Unsettle and redistribute

Disidentification [is] a removal from the naturalness of a place, the opening up of a subject space where anyone can be counted since it is the space where those of no account are counted, where a connection is made between