Presentation of “Sodų 4” Publication and Sound Performance by Patris

On Tuesday 3 March 2020 7 pm Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association is pleased to invite to the presentation of a newly published catalogue, documenting three-year history of its project space “Sodų 4”. The presentation will take place at the recently opened gallery “Atletika” (Vitebsko 21, Vilnius). During the event sound artist Patris Židelevičius will present his improvisational sound composition (curator Armantas Gečiauskas).
Project space “Sodų 4” was active between 2016–2019 in the Station district in Vilnius. During this period it was in the centre of many art and non-art events and presented over 50 projects by local and international artists, curators, scientists, researchers and others. This publication is a visual and text based documentation of the events at “Sodų 4”, which also includes discussions by its contributors about the need for such art spaces in the context of Vilnius art map.


Artūras Raila: Metal Saw For The Burning Wood

22/01/2019 5 PM, After 3 years of activities LTMKS project space “Sodų 4” is going to be open for the last time. After the event our project space will be opened in the new location.

2019 01 22, 17 – 18 p.m. Fisher will perform Artūras Raila artwork from 1993 “80 slides for a carousel projector”.


Vaclovas Nevčesauskas “Metrodots”

Vaclovas Nevčesauskas

Sound – Vytautas V. Jurgutis

There are theories that are difficult for our mind to accept – they encourage to construct new models and interpretations of perception of the world. One of them is the theory about the smallest particles and their inconsistent behaviour: the state of particles changes once they are being observed.


Surveillance Capitalism

The era of surveillance capitalism, which was coined by Shoshana Zuboff in 2015, dominates and controls our behaviour. The term refers to the fact that the users are surveilled for monetary reasons. In other words, we have reached the age of surveillance economy where profit is earned by surveilling the customers.


Aistė Kisarauskaitė | Solanum tuberosum*

„Solanum tuberosum*“

Aistė Kisarauskaitė

Interdisciplinarity manifests itself by different symbioses. In her work, artist Aistė Kisarauskaitė combines classical artistic disciplines with her interest in plants. It wouldn’t be an error to call Aistė a botanist, though in the plant world she seeks to find answers to the quesions raised by contemporary art in particular.


Arturas Bumšteinas: Lyrica

Pregabalin, Acetylsalicylate, Zolpidem tartras, Doxycyclinum, Escitalopramum, Alprazolam, Diosmectitum, Dextromethorphani hydrobromidum etc…


Amira Hanafi: The Science of a Good Lie

“Here is where the science of telling a good lie saved me a lot of trouble. Believe me, I
surprised my own self by the way I did it, being so new to the civilized school of thought”.
Bata Kindai Amgoza Ibn LoBagola 


Artists Talk & Screenings

This Saturday (10.20) 7PM Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association welcomes our guests from China: visiting curators Xia Yanguo (Beijing, de Art Center), Brian Ka, Lithuanian Culture Attache in China and South Korea Agnė Biliūnaitė.


Publication Launch “Verpėjos”

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