First events of the XII Baltic Triennial

HERE is a recent conversation with Antanas Gerlikas. In it he says something about art being a really good way to produce proof of things that you want to exist. This sounds like a really vague idea, like it could mean anything (which it probably could), but it stuck with us. There's something basic about it, something that generally works; you come up with an example or a model, then you see how it affects the world around you, and then you modify the example accordingly. After a while of going back and forth some effects and some sensations that go with them become sort of stable. You end up with an instrument, or a sensory device, or an art work.


you at the CAC ticket desk and show you the way to the kitchen. 

itself is worth seeing. It was painted in make-up color by Laura Kaminskaitė, illuminated and curved by David Bernstein and Sophia Holst; Viktorija Rybakova made a cabinet reminiscent of a tabernacle or a church, and Alisa Ozerkina dressed up a kitchen set in granite and leather. 


will talk Detroit, letters and birds this Sunday, 18:30 h, at the CAC Cinema.

The event is generously supported by the British Council. BC

The XII Baltic triennial will continue until the end of 2015. 

It is curated by Aurimė Aleksandravičiūtė, Virginija Januškevičiūtė and Jonas Žakaitis.

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