TLC23 Presents The Ladies Club with Madam de Dangé Laïm (aka Adam Christensen); ‘Ms. 45, where is my Zos Kia record?!’ special edition.

Following on from the first installment, we invite you to a dark evening of dancing around the collective love of all that is gothic with it’s varying interpretations and temperaments, pivoting around feminist filmic histories. Musical and performative moods of despair, revenge, release and mania will run throughout.



Project “Lavkė. Slow and sandy expedition” presentation at cultural centre SODAS 2123

On 7 December 2021, at 18:00, the art initiative Verpėjos, together with the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association and cultural centre SODAS 2123 invites you to the presentation of the project Lavkė.Slow and sandy expeditionat SODAS 2123 (Vitebsko Str. 23, Vilnius). Artists who took part in the expedition will present their projects – Andrej Polukord, Dovilė Bagdonaitė, Pojūčių teatras(Karolina Žernytė, Šarūnė Pečiukonytė, Saulė Norkutė), Gabrielė Vetkinaitė, Agota Zdanavičiūtė, and Živilė Lukšytė – as well as project curator and coordinator team – Laura Garbštienė, Danutė Gambickaitė, Lina Rukevičiūtė, Indrė Liškauskaitė.


SODAS 2123 artist-in-residence: Adam Christensen

Adam Christensen is artist-in-residence at SODAS 2123 between November – December 2021. During his residency Christensen will consolidate work on his debut album which will be released by purge.xxx in 2022.


(LT) Festivalis „Videogramos“

Sorry, this entry is only available in Lithuanian.


An installation event and a sound performance “Gathering” by Agnė Juodvalkytė, Philippe Gerlach, and Brian Pyle

We would like to invite you to attend an installation event and a sound performance “Gathering” by visual artists Agnė Juodvalkytė and Philippe Gerlach and sound composer Brian Pyle (Junk DNA) in Atletika gallery on October 21st at 7 pm.
The installation by Agnė Juodvalkytė and Philippe Gerlach will be on view till October 26th. October 26th 6 pm there will be a conversation around the works by the artists together with curator Monika Lipšic.

This event is part of their residence at Sodas2123 programme.

Agnė Juodvalkytė is a visual artist currently living in Berlin and Vilnius. Her practise is focused on textiles and abstract painting mostly. She received a BA in Painting at the Vilnius Academy of Arts (2010) and studied Visual Arts and Cinematography in Spain at the Universidad de Castilla La Mancha (UCLM, Facultad de Bellas Artes de Cuenca) (2009). Her recent shows include ANSKA at the Blake & Vargas gallery in Berlin; group show Audra at the Pamario gallery in Juodkrantė, Lithuania, Cosmic Thread at the Enter Art Space (Aarhus, Denmark); Terpė at AV17 gallery in Vilnius (2020).
Agnė Juodvalkytė uses textiles as a framework to understand culture, history and technology. She works with different materials, such as clothes, textiles, natural pigments, graphite dust, fabrics made by her grandmother, plants, and incorporates various mediums. Often presented in an anthropomorphic way, her works breathe their past into the present, becoming multidimensional artefacts extending not only into space but also into time.
Phillipe Gerlach is a visual artist and photographer whose work and influences stem from the personal and autobiographical. Born in Grenoble, France he grew up in France, Canada and Bavaria. After graduating Kunstuniversität Linz in Austria in 2008, he moved to London to assist artist Nick Waplington. Then, dfter living in Paris he moved to Berlin in 2011, where he now lives and works.
In trying to merge his personal life with his artistic practice, Philippe Gerlach creates longterm portrait series of friends, lovers and acquaintances that are instilled with sentiments of intimacy and immediacy. Incorporating digital and analog photographic techniques, his wall installations are less focused on the single image, but on building a mesh that connects recent memories to older ones. Frequently these networks are enforced through nods to subculture and music.Brian Pyle (Ensemble Economique/Junk DNA) is an American sound composer, currently residing in Vilnius.

Gallery working hours:
Oct. 21, 4 – 9 pm
Oct. 22, 4 – 7 pm
Oct. 23, 1 – 5 pm
Meeting with artists and curator: Tuesday, Oct. 26, 6 pm
This event is supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture aswell as Vilnius City Council


Programme of performances, screenings and open studios during X-disciplinary Congress on Artistic Research

On October 15-16, 2021 a programme of performances, screenings and open studios will be presented as part of the international congress “To Research or Not To Research in the Post-disciplinary Academy?”. It is jointly organized by the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association (LTMKS), the cultural centre SODAS 2123, the doctoral department of the Vilnius Academy of Arts and the moderator dr. Vytautas Michelkevičius together with the curator dr. Akvilė Anglickaitė. The congress is being organized on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of doctoral studies in art in Lithuania.


Artist Antonina Nowacka in residency at SODAS 2123

Antonina Nowacka is a Polish sound artist, best known for being part of the duo WIDT. She works mainly with the voice, treating it as an instrument and its relationship to spirituality and the outside world. Her work has been released on the Polish label Mondoj and Takuroku.


Open Studios event 9 September at SODAS 2123

On the occasion of the 6th Vilnius Gallery Weekend, on September 9. from 6 to 9 p.m. SODAS 2123 opens some of its artist studios. Come by and meet the creatives of various disciplines in process of their work, get to know their daily activities and don’t miss the opportunity to speak to them directly.


Andrew Gryf Paterson in residency at SODAS 2123

This August – October artist Andrew Gryf Paterson is artist in residence at cultural centre SODAS 2123.

Everyday kitchen practices have long cultural heritage traditions, and combined with experimental DIY and networked Do-It-With-Others, contemporary bioart and hybrid artists contribute to a long history of inspiration in relation to food, such as the Eat Art movement from the 1960s onwards. 

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