Nina Kuttler

Nina Kuttler (b. 1993) was educated, amongst other places, in Art Schools in Hamburg (DE) and Hangzhou (CHN).  In her artistic practise, she is interested in liquid body limits and fluid frames. Her writings about… More

Eglė Razumaitė

Eglė Razumaitė (b. 1993) is based in Vilnius, where she has received her BA in Philosophy from Vilnius University in 2016.  From 2013 she participates in various exhibitions and projects, such as Young Poor Artists… More

Žygimantas Kudirka

Žygimantas Kudirka (b. 1987) is a writer, artist and a performer, one of the pioneers of slam poetry in Lithuania. Performed in multiple audiovisual and sound poetry collaborations, makes constant appearances in contemporary art… More

Kristina Marija Kulinič

Kristina Marija Kulinič (b. 1992, Vilnius) has been studying and working in various stagings from classical forms, site-specific productions, to experimental theatre. She studied ‘Theatre and Cinema Acting’ program at VMU, which she has finished in 2016. She has been… More

Andrej Polukord

Andrej Polukord (b. 1990) is an artist based in Vienna and Vilnius. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts and co-recipient of the 2016 Kunsthalle Prize Vienna, draws on painting, installation, performance, and video… More

Kęstutis Montvidas

Kęstutis Montvidas (b. 1984) creates installations based on subjective interpretations of scientific data. His artworks have been presented at CAC, Russian Drama Theatre, Malonioji 6 (Vilnius). He is a last year sculpture MA student… More

Gediminas Žygus

Gediminas Žygus (b. 1991) is an artist residing in Vilnius, in his practice entangling the domains of sound art and theory, theatre, ecology, experimental geography, radical politics and new media. Shows, exhibitions and collaborations presented… More

Beatričė Mockevičiūtė and Gintautė Skvernytė

Beatričė Mockevičiūtė and Gintautė Skvernytė (b. 1994) – Both of their artistic practices evolve around industrial materials such as aluminum profiles, glycerin or paraffin. Besides their versatile purposes and seemingly translucid consistency, the materials… More