As we breathe a sigh of relief after Easter, we will open the door to spring and nature, to new inspirations and ideas. Together we will welcome two new exhibitions – “The Whale Vanishes” by Tomas Daukša and “Subsuns” by Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė and Lidija Kononenko, and we will talk about the book „Karminas, purpuras ir mėlis“ by Herman Pleij. As always, there’s plenty of inspiration to be found in the artist’s studios!

[18:00 – 21:00]
○ Volungė
○ Jūsų Grindys Mūsų Lubos
○ Hubris
○ Ieva Rižė
○ Aistė Laisvė Viršulytė
○ Vitalij Červiakov
○ Paulius Burakas and Martynas Gailius
○ Liustrai
○ Austėja Platūkytė and Biomedžiagų biblioteka
○ Laurynas Skeisgiela
○ Rankų darbas. Jelena Škulis and Dileta Deikė
6 PM
☀️ Colours in the Middle Ages: a discussion of Herman Pleij’s book “Karminas, purpuras ir mėlis”
Jurga Tumasonytė, Justina Zubaitė-Bundzė and Kunigunda Dineikaitė.
6 PM
☀️ Opening of Tomas Daukša’s exhibition “The Whale Vanishes”
SODAS 2123 project space
6 PM
☀️ Opening of the exhibition “Subsuns” by Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė and Lidija Kononenko
Gallery “Atletika”
8 PM
☀️ vecera x takais impro set
Balcony on the courtyard side
SODAS 2123 cultural centre is a self-governing community-based space, operated and curated by the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association. It brings together creators and researchers from different fields, with practices based on experimentation, developing unexpected formats, and responding to the latest cultural, social, geopolitical and ecological issues.
The event is organized by SODAS 2123 together with the LTMKS.
The activities of LTMKS are financed by the Lithuanian Council of Culture and Vilnius City Municipality.
Design – Marek Voida.
The event will be filmed and photographed. Videos and/or photographs taken during the event may be published and broadcast live on the Organiser’s social networks (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube), website, as well as other advertising or information dissemination media.