Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association (LIAA) is now welcoming exhibition/ project/ event proposal submissions from artists and curators for the upcoming year program. In 2019, LIAA is planning to organise 10 exhibitions of artists from Lithuania and abroad. The priority will be given to cooperative projects involving two participants or more.


Raft by Gediminas Akstinas

A raft, a floating ornamental plane of encounters. In this case, it is drifting away with the classmates who have left us. They seem like a minority in the braid of everyday deeds, never getting old, without any fear of exhaustion, of extinction, of being dismissed.


“Canned Laughter”

“Canned Laughter” – a group exhibition composed of a selection of works by Tomas Eller (Vienna), David Muth (Turku/Vienna) and Axel Stockburger (Vienna). The show is concerned with the forces of expansion and normalisation, which accompany contemporary forms of globalisation.


Tomas Daukša: No Limit

The space is filled with moving, shining and sound producing artificial creatures. Looking separately, each creature may seem cute; it could resemble a toy, an animal from a children cartoon or a fairy tale book. However, all of the beasts move chaotically together and produce a heavily noise filled environment.


Akvilė Anglickaitė “As soon as he touched the moss, power passed through into the forest, and the roots of trees turned into rivers”

Fingers are slowly sinking into a sticky void.
Surfaces rearrange themselves into planes.
And the circumstances have their own explanations.
– Would you find a soundtrack for that? A little bit of rhythm, undefined duration and timbre…
– Anything can happen?
– Even this.


“Photo Salon In Sodu Str.” Benigna Kasparavičiūtė & Kęstutis Šapoka

Everything started in around 2004 when friends used to show those never ending travel photos to Benigna Kasparavičiūtė and Kęstutis Šapoka, so they decided to act accordingly.


Jurga Barilaitė “Wheel and Stick”: Workshops of Psychophysical Exercise and Performance

“Wheel and Stick” is a workshops and performance series event by artist Jurga Barilaitė, starting from 9th March 2018 on the ground floor of project space “Sodų 4”, continuously visible from the outside through the windows of the space. A public workshop will be organised as part of this event on the 14th of March, and the final performance with an exhibition of visual results of all workshops will take place on the 16th of March.


EX(s): A performative examination of the narratives of romantic love by Camilla Graff Junior

‘Sodų 4’ is pleased to present a performance and a workshop, inviting everyone interested to join for the performative examination of the narratives of romantic love, taking place over two days in Vilnius, led by artist Camilla Graff Junior.


Kristina Inčiūraitė “COMPLAINT”

‘When my computer gets stuck, a rotating circle glittering in all the colours of the rainbow pops up on the screen. The work rhythm is interrupted briefly. I take a coffee break. In 2017, two scholars from the Chinese Culture University in Taipei observed what was probably the longest-lasting rainbow in the sky. One of them, Chou Kun-Hsuan, was surprised: ‘It was amazing … It felt like a gift from the sky … It’s so rare!’ The rainbow glittered for almost nine hours. The rainbow is a gobbler of time.


/prɒkˈsiːmɪks/ Proxemics*

This exhibition presents five projects as five collective identities, which uncover the present relationship between consumers/creators and media. Various (conflicting) states and concepts of media meet here: fortune–tellers, virtual “telephone” identities, interactions with the beyond and subconscious world, impacts of media on the deepest corners of personal spaces.


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