‘Bed of Sage’ by Saulius Leonavičius at Project space ‘Sodų 4’

2017 10 18 - 2017 10 27 / 6 pm
How to simulate a state of disorientation, the one which sometimes occurs when I wake up not recognising where I am? Such anxious staring at the surroundings with the despair to remember could be called an authentic experience of that

WHAT WAS PROPOSED WAS NOT ALLOWED. ALSO IT WASN’T ALLOWED TO TALK ABOUT WHAT HAS BEEN PROPOSED. IT WASN’T EVEN ALLOWED TO TALK THAT IT WASN’T ALLOWED TO TALK ABOUT ALL THIS

Saulius Leonavičius exhibition at JMVMC, Vilnius Over the last few years since Saulius Leonavičius delivered his famous piece “On the Habit of Using a Pedestal” (2012) – his master thesis, where he took down (and then replaced again) a piece

Milda Laužikaitė’s and Saulius Leonavičius’ project “YOU LOOK SO BEAUTIFUL NOW. 2012 08 22”

2014 08 22 - 2014 08 29 / 6 pm
Sometimes you forget, what you have imagined, you stop on the way, in the middle of a good trip, and you turn a meaningful thing upside down, – with love and attention, gently, spontaneously or roughly, while being out of

WHAT WAS PROPOSED WAS NOT ALLOWED. ALSO IT WASN’T ALLOWED TO TALK ABOUT WHAT HAS BEEN PROPOSED. IT WASN’T EVEN ALLOWED TO TALK THAT IT WASN’T ALLOWED TO TALK ABOUT ALL THIS – Saulius Leonavičius’ exhibition at JMVAC

2014 07 31 - 2014 09 05 / 6 pm
On Thursday, July 31st, 6 pm Jonas Mekas visual art center opens an exhibition by Saulius Leonavičius titled “WHAT WAS PROPOSED WAS NOT ALLOWED. ALSO IT WASN’T ALLOWED TO TALK ABOUT WHAT HAS BEEN PROPOSED. IT WASN’T EVEN ALLOWED TO TALK THAT

Photo reportage from LET-ME-IN exhibition marking the takeover of “Malonioji 6” by LAIA

January 2014 marks the takeover of project space “Malonioji 6” by the Lithuanian Associacion for Interdisciplinary Artists (LAIA). This process is marked by an exhibition titled LET-ME-IN, opening on 18 January, 6 p. m. During the exhibition the boundaries of

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

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