Artist Maria Safronova Wahlström to start SODAS 2123 residency program

Maria Safronova Wahlström came to Vilnius to work with an artist Mindaugas Gapševičius on the project that questions boundaries of our empathy and possibilities to affect it technologically, as well as the impact of electricity on health strategies.


Neatpažintas skraidantis objektas: Antano Gerliko skulptūrinė instaliacija „SODAS 2123“ komplekse

„SODAS 2123“ kultūros komplekse nusileido NSO. Nepaisant nežemiškos kilmės požymių, iš tiesų tamsų diską sukūrė menininkas Antanas Gerlikas, „nutupdęs“ porą šių erdvėlaivių Vilniuje ir gimtojoje Plungėje. Nematyti jokio liuko, pro kurį galėtų išlipti ateiviai. Nėra ir langų, antenų, butaforinių paviršiaus detalių – iš mokslinės fantastikos filmų pažįstamų technologinį sudėtingumą imituojančių pasikartojančių geometrinių formų.


Vilnius Gallery Weekend is starting: 34 art spaces, exhibition in an observatory and relevant discussions

On October 22, Thursday, the 5th Vilnius Gallery Weekend will begin in the Lithuanian capital. Over the four days of exhibition tours the viewers are welcome to experience the diversity of Vilnius’ art spaces, visit the exhibitions currently on show, and meet the artists. The organisers of the event suggest starting the route in the old observatory of Vilnius University, where the art field’s imaginary acquires an experimental architectural interpretation.


“Rethinking Alive as Material”, a Creative Workshop with Rūta Spelskytė

“Rethinking Alive as Material”is a continuos workshop with artist Rūta Spelskytė, held during October – December 2020. Starting from this Saturday, 17 October, it will be organised in series both in-person an online, the in-person events taking place at Atl Lab laboratory, located at cultural centre SODAS 2123 (Vitebsko 23, Vilnius).


SODAS 2123 opening events 2/5: premiere of Dr.GoraParasit performance “TikTok Shakespeare”, two new exhibitions and more

Recently opened largest cultural centre in Lithuania SODAS 2123 (Vitebsko Str. 21 and 23, Vilnius) is continuing its opening program. Between 24-26 September one more series of events – performances, exhibitions, artists’ open studios and other events will be presented. Some of the events will also be available online.


„Ars Electronica Garden Vilnius“ @ SODAS 2123 in September

Artists, researchers, students and professors perform in the hybrid reality grove which merges physical grove with the 4500 sq.m. SODAS2123 complex, considered as a hive or swarm full of actants including Alt Lab, symposium Ūmėdė, Letmekoo, etc. Experience the grove from multiple perspectives of creatures working and living in and around it (from artists to microorganisms) by following a wandering camera(wo)man, tree climber, flying drone, running or crawling pet (dog, cat, bird, rat) or even branch or herb movement.


Tomas Daukša presents “No Limit” during the opening of cultural centre SODAS 2123

Artist Tomas Daukša presents his one-piece multi-creature work “No Limit” during the opening of cultural centre SODAS 2123 and in the programme of “Ars Electronica Garden Vilnius” festival.


Aistė Viršulytė exhibition “a_u_g_i_n_i_m_a_i”

It is an exhibition of several works using plants. The name refers to processes. In the works one can find connections
with (local, root) Indo-European culture. At the same time, these works come from the author’s empirical research
(experience), personal relationship with time/place/culture under study.


Experiencing Lives. Live on Ars Electronica & SODAS 2123 opening weekend

We are happy to invite you to the Alt lab initiative, the artist talk to be presented at the Ars Electronica festival. While the talk is being broadcast live, the reception is in the premises of Alt lab. For live broadcast see #arselectronica website. All welcome to join us for a reception!


The largest cultural centre in Lithuania SODAS 2123 is starting its activities

The largest cultural centre in Lithuania SODAS 2123 (Vitebsko Str. 21 and 23, Vilnius) will start its public activities on 9–12 September. Opening program of performances, concerts, discussions, open artists’ studios and other events will be spread over these four days and will continue further until end of September. Some of the events will also be available in virtual space.


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