Slips in public space

Eglė Budvytytė

Eglė Budvytytė is a visual artist based in Brussels and Amsterdam. She creates performance situations to explore the relationships between body, architecture, environment and audience. By choreographing performers to enact gestures that can often seem contradictory to their surroundings, uncannily out of context and sometimes filled with a sense of emergency, she looks at the body’s ability to challenge conventions of conduct and the narratives of normativity implicit in public spaces.

Slips in public space combines the artist discussing her work with documentation excerpts from the works Some Were Carried, Some – Dragged Behind (2015); Choreography for the Running Male (2012); and Skateboard Prayer, or Head Below the Heart (2016).

http://www.eglebudvytyte.lt

Unreality of Reality of Jurgis Baltrušaitis

Ieva Kotryna Skirmantaitė and Akvilė Kabašinskaitė

Unknown Mushrooms

Andrej Polukord

Today Is the Color Day Meets at Day

Antanas Gerlikas and Laura Kaminskaitė

I love the past, I do look forward

Ieva Kotryna Skirmantaitė

Liutauras (Liūtas) Pšibilskis On OCDChinatown

Marija Misevičiūtė

Life Is Short But Love Is Long

Johnston Sheard

This Blue Image

Daiva Tubutytė

On Cinematic Things

Lukas Brašiškis

Nation State is an Outdated Concept

Eglė Rindzevičiūtė

Sahara Signal

Jokūbas Čižikas

After Affect

Vsevolod Kovalevskij

On Life

Jonas Mekas

Becoming A Dog

Justinas Vilutis

AI never blinks

Miša Skalskis

ADDRESS

Andrius Mulokas

Cognitive EMP

Ignas Krunglevičius

Home Entertainment

Gerda Paliušytė and Gediminas G. Akstinas

Qso Lens

Emilija Škarnulytė

Et In Arcadia Ego

Eglė Bazaraitė and Eduardo Brito

What Happens When Something Happens?

Sandra Kazlauskaitė

Kiss Ai and wear Ai like a modular construction.

Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė

Eyebrow

Ulijona Odišarija

Decadentia

Julija Goyd

Touch to Me

Vytautas Jurevičius

Jonas Jr

Jonas Lozoraitis

Live Creature After Dewey

Jennifer Teets

On the Importance of Being a Neanderthal: In 3 Voices and with a Fisherman’s Exaggeration

Valentinas Klimašauskas

On Colonising Mars

Geistė Kinčinaitytė

Gentrify Our Bodies: We are Liquid Green Landscapes

Milda Lembertaitė

Framing the Nexus

Paul Paper

Object-Oriented Ontology: On Metaphors, Technology and the Ethereal

Tomas Čiučelis

Visualising the Song

Lina Lapelytė

Practicing Pathaphysics: The Science of Imaginary Solutions

Robertas Narkus

Towards a New Hybrid Fairland

Vita Zaman

Carving out Historicism: When Moments Become Monuments

Indrė Šerpytytė

Coding the Digital: From Net Art to Post-Human Future

Mindaugas Gapševičius

Publication As Practice

Povilas Utovka

Where Tradition Meets Sinology

Eglė Jauncėms