Bastard Voices

March 27, 2018  19:56  |  News

Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius

Photo – Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius ©

An evening of performance, poetry and music, Bastard Voices sets the tone and expresses the desires and ambitions of Baltic Triennial 13 – Give Up The Ghost ahead of its unfolding across Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia in a trio of exhibitions from May to November 2018. In a momentary, one-night-only shift to London, Bastard Voices is an invitation to address the moving notion of belonging – a key concern of this year’s Baltic Triennial – through a confluence of bodies, movement and text. During the course of the evening, the list of artists participating in BT13 – Give Up The Ghost will be revealed.

Artist participating in Bastard VoicesCarlotta Bailly-Borg, Egle Budvytyte, Adam Christensen, Gaia Fugazza, Marikiscrycrycry, Ieva Rojūtė, Mare Tralla, Karlis Verdins and Liv Wynter.

SAVE THE DATES

Baltic Triennial 13. Bastard Voices. An evening of performance, poetry and music at the South London Gallery: 29 March, 2018
Baltic Triennial 13 at the Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius: 11 May–12 August, 2018, exhibition opening: 11 May, 2018
Baltic Triennial 13 at the Tallinn Art Hall (Kunstihoone): 29 June–2 September, 2018, exhibition opening: 29 June, 2018
Baltic Triennial 13 at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga: 21 September–18 November, 2018, exhibition opening: 21 September, 2018

Organized by the Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, Kim? Riga, and Centre for Contemporary Arts Tallinn.

Artistic Director – Vincent Honoré

Curatorial Bureau: Dina Akhmadeeva, Canan Batur, Juliet Bingham, Neringa Bumblienė, Harry Burke, Cédric Fauq, Anya Harrison, Cadence Kinsey, Kaspars Vanags.

This event celebrates the Centennial of the restored Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.


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