Photo reportage from the exhibition by Vsevolod Kovalevskij at Kurant gallery, Tromsø

This, was a video of possibilities. This, is a map of The image, and imagination. Through which, we journey. A dance of ever changing pixels, Pixels, moving down, left, up & right, on the axis of verticality and horizontality… While

‘After Affect’ by Vsevolod Kovalevskij at Kurant gallery, Tromsø

Kurant presents exhibition ‘After Affect‘ by Lithuanian artist Vsevolod Kovalevskij, opening party on Friday the 21st of April at 19.00. The exhibition is open Saturday and Sundays – 12.00 – 17.00 – until the end of April. Entrance is free.

Thoughts that drive you insane. Vsevolod Kovalevskij’s project in the Venclova House Museum in Vilnius

Small art projects in unexpected places are interesting if only because they expand one’s “inner geography” both literally and figuratively speaking. Vsevolod Kovalevskij’s exhibition 3600 Opportunities of Understanding Everything or Nothing, which opened on 15 April in the house-museum of

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

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