About

The 11th edition of the Baltic Triennial of International Art is taking a 12 day event focused exclusively on performance and film. Countering the general tendency of biennials to be pluralist, all-encompassing multi-platforms, the curators choose to channel the contributions of artists through a radically minimized vessel – one human being. The Triennial is entitled after its medium who in his own right carries one of the most common Lithuanian names, Mindaugas.

About

The 11th edition of the Baltic Triennial of International Art is taking a 12 day event focused exclusively on performance and film. Countering the general tendency of biennials to be pluralist, all-encompassing multi-platforms, the curators choose to channel the contributions of artists through a radically minimized vessel – one human being. The Triennial is entitled after its medium who in his own right carries one of the most common Lithuanian names, Mindaugas.

During the day, Mindaugas (the name alludes to ‘daug menąs’ – much wisdom, ‘daugiamintis’ – the one who has many ideas, or ‘daugio minimas’ – much fame) is operated by a number of artists by way of a set of instructions, script, score, scenario etc. to be played out by Mindaugas during the course of one particular day in the city of Vilnius or nearby surrounding areas.

In the evening, Mindaugas will rest, and the ideas that he has embodied during the day will appear on a stage at the CAC where a different artist will present a performance each night. The stage represents a dream-state of Mindaugas, a site for even more possibilities. It is called Charismateria.

The performance programme is accompanied by Cinema of the Self, a daily 8-hour programme of contemporary artists’ films dedicated to notions of selfhood and the construction of the self.

Mindaugas Triennial is curated by Defne Ayas, Director of Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam; and Benjamin Cook, Director of LUX, London. By invitation of Defne Ayas the curatorial concept and program is developed together with New York-based artists Ieva Misevičiūtė and Michael Portnoy.

Organised by the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius

Cinema of the self
Daily

Wed – Sun

12:00
LUKE FOWLER, All Divided Selves
(2011, UK, 93 min)
CAC Cinema hall
13:45
CATHERINE SULLIVAN IR FARHAD SHARMINI, The Last Days of British Honduras
(2012, USA, 48 min)
14:45
MOYRA DAVEY, Les Goddesses
(2011, USA, 61 min)
16:00
URSULA MAYER, Gonda
(2012, Austria, 30 min)
16:45
ERIC BAUDELAIRE, The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi and 27 Years Without Images
(2011, France, 68 min)
18:00
RANIA STEPHAN, Ikhtifa’at Soad Hosni ath-thalathat
(2011, Lebanon/UAE, 68 min)
19:15
NEÏL BELOUFA, Untitled (Sans-Titre)
(2011, France/Algeria, 15 min)
19:30
ED ATKINS, Apgaulingas protas / The Trick Brain
(2012, UK, 15 min)
Daily

Wed – Sun

A highly personal portrait of the charismatic, guru-like figure of Glasgow born psychiatrist R.D. Laing who argued that normality entailed adjusting ourselves to the mystification of an alienating and depersonalizing world. That those who society labels as ‘mentally ill’ are in fact ‘hyper-sane’ travellers, conducting an inner voyage through aeonic time.

A screen adaptation of Ronald Tavel’s play of the same title which subsumes narrative in exaggerated gesture and emotional states to produce an uncanny statement on ontological insecurity. The drama is transposed from the setting of Belize – known as British Honduras at the time – to wintertime Chicago. The action is transposed from Central American jungle to North American city to create a high-contrast geographic-meteorological crossroads of cultures and histories.

Moyra Davey’s film focuses on the life story of Mary Wollstonecraft, Eighteenth-century British writer, philosopher, and advocate of women’s rights. Davey uses this ‘muse’ to weave together the characters who inhabit her external and inner worlds, both real and imagined. Slowly through the piecing together of images and language, and through the act of reading itself, a psychological portrait of the artist emerges.

Gonda is informed by Ayn Rand’s 1937 play Ideal. Controversial Russian-American novelist and philosopher Rand in her writing focused on unpacking her philosophical system – ‘Objectivism’, a stanchly anti-altruistic and individualistic position. As a counter position to Rand, Gonda aims to take cinematic and linguistic space to their limits by creating ‘kaleidoscope spaces’ in which images, texts and sounds are constantly changing position to affect pre-supposed ideals of identity and existence.

Eric Baudelaire’s film looks at the complexities of recounting the history of the Japanese Red Army (JRA) – a radical group that emerged from the 1968 Tokyo student movement and settled in Beirut in the early 1970s, to engage in sophisticated terrorist activities in solidarity with the Palestinian cause. The film centres upon the oral testimonies of two JRA protagonists: May Shigenobu, the daughter of JRA founder and leader Fusako Shigenobu, and Masao Adachi, a legendary underground film director, JRA member and theoretician. It engages with the relationship between politics and film and militant filmmaking versus activism without cinema.

An elegiac film about the career and mythology of the renowned Egyptian actress and star Soad Hosni (1943–2001) who, in 2001, allegedly committed suicide in London. Structured like a three-act classical tragedy, The Three Disappearances of Soad Hosni appropriates footage from more than sixty VHS copies of the feature films in which Hosni starred between 1959 and 1991.

Neïl Beloufa’s film Sans-Titre takes place in a modern villa whose picture windows open onto a pool, a garden, and a lush rolling landscape. Taking as his point of departure a true story that quickly found its place in the annals of urban legend, Beloufa has made a documentary based only on the oral testimonies of ‘indirect witnesses’ – ‘indirect’ since, in reality, no one saw what happened.

Ed Atkins takes us to André Breton’s flat in Paris, at 42, Rue Fontaine and through the collection of the father of Surrealism. Every object, every piece is the access key to a short narration, a trip in time, in which the magic appears as a practice of redefinition of the objects, a form of language disease apt to reveal a new nature of things.

Daily

Wed – Sun

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MARK AERIAL WALLER, Time Together. A film in 12 episodes
CAC
Daily

Wed – Sun

Produced and screened daily during the Triennial Time Together is multi-layered film in 12 episodes. Fiction and ethnography collide, as three onlookers who seem to belong to the crowd, observing Mindaugas, get involved in a spiral of cult entrapment and self-programming. As they encounter different guises of Mindaugas, they start to develop relationships between one another, raising consciousness of the city, the surrounding country and the cosmos.

Starring: Smiltė Bagdžiūnė, Monika Bičiūnaitė and guests.

Watch the episodes here:  https://vimeo.com/channels/381431

Activations & Performances
Daily

Wed – Sun

 
Catherine Sullivan & Farhad Sharmini
Untitled
Daily

Wed – Sun

Is Mindaugas feeling gratified after a day’s work? Is he exuberant, frustrated, exhausted, giddy, morose? Can he perhaps consolidate his experiences into a special sequence from which he can draw strength? How does Mindaugas transition back to civilian life each day? Untitled is a daily private ritual specially designed for Mindaugas to perform at the close of each day. It is for Mindaugas’ well-being alone. The artists propose a kind of initial ‘set’, the creative results of which may vary significantly.

08 24

Friday

18:30
Michael Portnoy
100 Big Entrances
Charismateria, CAC
20:00
Alexandra Bachzetsis
A Piece Danced Alone
Charismateria, CAC
08 24

Friday

A reworking of his three-hour long 180 Big Entrances (2010), Michael Portnoy directs Mindaugas live to perform a series of permutations on the theatrical trope of the ‘big entrance’. This classic scene-stealing moment expands into a miniature world and becomes an increasingly complex and poetic exercise where Mindaugas’ every gesture is loaded with confounding meanings.

A series of open-ended, deceptively simple solos, through which two charismatic performers who, as if learning and stealing from each other, mirror, record, repeat, exchange and gradually modify the elements of each one’s individual gestures, looks, and choreography. For the realization of this work, Bachzetsis has been engaging a number of collaborators from myriad fields – criticism and art history, dance and design. The resulting work, which Bachzetsis will dance herself, is built from the information that results from these dialogues.

08 25

Saturday

11:00–
19:00
Tim Etchells
Ways Forward
Begins in Rūdininkų Street.
20:00
Ursula Mayer
Gonda
Charismateria, CAC
08 25

Saturday

A collection of imperative statements and speculations about what should be and about what people should do, advices or proposals for future action, will be presented by Mindaugas at several locations. Painted and repainted over and over, Etchells’s instructions form part of the artist’s ongoing fascination with language and its relation to action. Exploring a conception of Mindaugas as a ‘person with many ideas’, Etchells shows him announcing or pronouncing many different possibilities, serious and unserious, plausible and implausible.

Rūdininkų Street by the Contemporary Art Centre
Corner of Vokiečių and Šv. Mykalojaus streets next to “Aukso centras”
Corner of Trakų and Pranciškonų streets next to “Dolce Vita” restaurant
Pylimo street in front of Reformatų Square

Ursula Mayer’s 60-minute live performance of her film Gonda stars transgender model Valentijn de Hingh with a score by Gediminas Gelgotas peformed by NI&Co orchestra. Mayer’s film Gonda responds to the play Ideal by controversial Russian-American writer Ayn Rand through a critical reading of aspects of revolutionary modernism and how this continues to impact our society today. Gonda is concerned with how the use of metaphysical and lyrical imagery constructs identity and how text becomes a substrate of our imagination. The performance features a script by Maria Fusco situated within a ‘kaleidoscopic space’ where images, texts and sounds are interwoven.

08 26

Sunday

7:30
Aslı Çavuşoğlu
Incubatio
Jeruzalė Sculpture Garden, Lobio St. 6a
20:00
Ivo Dimchev
Som Faves
Charismateria, CAC
08 26

Sunday

Dictionary of Khazars is an imaginary book of knowledge of a long-forgotten tribe who settled at the Caspian Sea around the 7th century. Serbian writer Milorad Pavić was triggered to write it by a rumour that the Khan of Khazars once called the dream interpreters of three different religions upon a promise to convert the entire tribe into the most convincing dream interpreter’s religion. Nobody knows the rest, as the tribe vanished. In line with ‘istihare’ ritual practiced in the Near East, Incubatio lulls Mindaugas to sleep in a garden in order to consult his dream about Khazars’ whereabouts. The dream will be interpreted for the public at 7:30 am. Email info@cac.lt to book a cab ride from the CAC, departing at 7:00.

The ‘Klaus Kinski of contemporary performance’ presents a selection of 10 ‘faves’ (favorites) as chosen by the curators from a pool of hundred scenarios in his acclaimed solo Som Faves. In a white background, armed with a wig and keyboard, Dimchev presents us with a seemingly incoherent collection of topics, which nevertheless gradually build up an intimate portrait and a tragicomic demonstration of the nature of authenticity and the various ways of balancing form and content within the context of contemporary dance and theater.

08 29

Wednesday

13:30– 19:00
Steven Cosson (The Civilians)
S. Moniuškos square, Vilnius
08 29

Wednesday

Today, Mindaugas brings Zuccotti Park to Vilnius in order to channel monologues and songs crafted from interviews conducted over the past year with the participants of Occupy Wall Street by artists from the investigative theater company the Civilians, of which Steven Cosson is the Artistic Director. First-hand accounts pass through Mindaugas, resulting in a communal event in the spirit of Occupy movement.

08 30

Thursday

12:00 –15:00
Hu Xiangqian
Xiangqian Museum
CAC
08 30

Thursday

Mindaugas becomes the Director of the Xiangqian Museum for a day. The Museum is in fact an ongoing collection of artworks that exists in Hu’s mind and that will continue to grow throughout his life. The idea behind the piece came out of a simple conversation in which an artist friend introduced him to another artist friend, who began explaining his work. This was the starting point for Hu Xiangqian to think about how we collect works in our memories, the ones that have left an impression on us, and how we share our experiences through language and body. In Hu’s words, “I think the best thing about art is that we are able to carry it around to wherever we go.”

The performance will take place at the CAC from 12:00 to 15:00.

08 31

Friday

15:00–
18:00
Valentinas Klimašauskas & Morten Norbye Halvorsen
Rockmore Recital
Neringa restaurant Gedimino Ave. 23
20:00
Krõõt Juurak
Scripted Talk
Charismateria, CAC, Vokiečių St. 2
08 31

Friday

Rockmore Recital might be seen as a radio play, a variety show, a life-recording studio, an exhibition in sound, an audio guide to the CAC, Vilnius, Triennial, Timbuktu or… Besides, you don’t need to move to travel. Unless you want to dance, and by the way, anarchist Golden Emma is from Kaunas, not Vilnius. It’s her phrase: “if I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution,” which became a slogan of freedom. Clara Rockmore, the most famous theremin player ever, she was born in Vilnius. The recital’s score consists of simple scripts, advertising, pre-recording, blurbs, songs, soundtrack motives, guest performances and cameo appearances.

A 60 minute ‘choreography’ in the literal sense of the word – writing of the chorus. The audience is reading scripted dialogues, in which the scripts are hyper-reflexive and intermingled with other trivial or existential matters: TV series, common fears, boredom and fun, love, chaos. No action on stage, but perhaps candies and vodka.

09 01

Saturday

17:00
Eglė Budvytytė
A Choreography for the Running Male
Starts in Sirvydo Square
20:00
Goodiepal
El Camino Del Hardcore
Charismateria, CAC, Vokiečių St. 2
09 01

Saturday

Mindaugas is haunted. He is running with a group of men and trying to hide in Vilnius. His wife is calling him through the speakers, her voice is hovering above the city: “Mindaugas, you have to keep on running. I have seen where you are. Vilnius does not have a center nor a periphery anymore. You know, the idea of pure blood is long time forgotten. Mindaugai, are you listening to me ? Where are you now? People told me they saw you crossing a small street in the city center. You have to be careful. Empire is ready to suck you in any moment, anywhere.”

Goodiepal, the Aarhus warrior, now merged with his recombinant cabin-bike and operating under the name ‘Kommunal Klon Komputer 02’, will present a wide-ranging lecture/performance dealing with music for an artificial or alternative intelligence. Goodiepal burlesques the stupidity he finds in modern computer music and media art, and pokes holes in the role of notation and the composer.

09 02

Sunday

18:00
Claude Wampler
Mindaugas Talent Show!
Charismateria, CAC, Vokiečių St. 2
09 02

Sunday

Director and artist-performer Claude Wampler guides Mindaugas in directing a performance with children, starring himself. Children learn songs, choreography, make costumes and set-design, preparing for a production that needs to be completed by early Sunday evening.

 

09 05

Wednesday

19:00
Marianne Vitale
Roadtrip
CAC courtyard
09 05

Wednesday

Vitale presents Roadtrip, a short play inspired by the cross-country road trip she and Mindaugas made in Lithuania few weeks before the Triennial. “We encountered a baffling romantic spirit on the road… via dead car batteries, witches’ horses, parking tickets, kangaroos, empty cigarette lighters, the denial of a car’s coolant fluid about to expire, one-handed swimming instructor, lightning, and the fact that so much of Lithuania’s contoured landscape, though slight, is man-made.” – Vitale

“I am crowned. I am mind.” – Mindaugas

09 06

Thursday

18:00
Rimas Šapauskas
Kingdom
CAC, Vokiečių St. 2
20:00
Mark Aerial Waller
Wayward 29: Projection Apprentice
CAC Cinema Hall, Vokiečių St. 2
09 06

Thursday

Kingdom is an attempt by the actor Rimas Šapauskas to reflect on himself and on the impact of media, especially of television, on the disappearance of critical thinking and the hidden longing for royalism and for a ‘strong hand’. The actor Mindaugas meets a fictional character – king Mindė. He is no more King Mindaugas of the 13th century, he is a contemporary king Mindė from television who, with his court, a kingdom of trivial entertainment, has popped out of the screen. Angry and dumb, the king of one day sits in a throne. The surrealist farce continues. The sense of reality disappears. The distinction between people and fictional setup evaporates.

A performance for the cinema with instructions for the projectionist and audience. This time it involves a screening of Detour, a film from 1945 directed by Edgar G Ulmer, whose characters are often powerless prisoners of an irrational series of experiences which they neither understand nor control. The 29th event of Waller’s ongoing cinema project, The Wayward Canon (since 2001) where films are unhinged from their canons in order to displace the event from a horizon for interpretation.

 

09 07

Friday

12:45– 18:15
Adam Kleinman
Don’t Stare at My Potato!
Santuokų rūmai, La Cave Gourmet, Coffee Inn
20:00
Miet Warlop
Tragic Heroes
Charismateria, CAC, Vokiečių St. 2
09 07

Friday

Mindaugas sits at a café, stares at a small spud, and the starchy nightshade stares back. Slightly perturbed, Mindaugas cycles through his previous Triennial characters as a means of finding solace, but the roles all begin to fight each other in multiple battles. Elsewhere, more tubers begin to propagate Vilnius. Some lay near a wedding palace where pornography films were once made, others next to a hotel in which a rock star took the life of an actress, and even more in front of an old wooden house occupied by the ghost of an informant. Various piñatas start to dot the landscape. Instead of offering answers though, they ask: what has many eyes but cannot see?

Meet Mindaugas here:

12:45 Santuokų rūmai (The Wedding Palace), K. Kalinausko str. 21
13:45 La Cave Gourmet, Gedimino ave. 12
17:45 Coffee Inn, Didžioji str. 40

 

Tragic Heroes will unfold as a sequence of short dynamic units on stage – tableaux vivants, living sculptures, and short acts. In the development of her work, Warlop gives her imagination free reign. We can expect hairy creatures without a face, headless women, giant men’s trousers and awkward conversations between body parts. In Tragic Heroes Warlop unleashes a string of strong, free-standing images that together conjure up a singular world. Warlop is a visual artist turned theatre maker. In her current work she’s exploring ways to cross-breed visual art and the stage, through the presentation format itself.

Photographed by Reinout Hiel

09 08

Saturday

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Oskar Dawicki
Doubt is not a Trumpet
20:00
Benjamin Seror
Benjamin Seror presents Benjamin Serror
Charismateria, CAC, Vokiečių St. 2
09 08

Saturday

A romantic-tragic scenario dawns upon Mindaugas. A horror game – a nightmare perhaps – tightly interwoven with reflections on both Mindaugas’ and Dawicki’s own identity, casts a sudden dark shadow of suspicion over Mindaugas. Mindaugas who looks like Dawicki himself comes with a slightly grotesque, ironic and even absurd twist, saturated with the artist’s own existential dilemmas. Discomfort and complication – the terms on which this artist’s imagination is founded – are to be anticipated.

Benjamin Seror introduces Benjamin Serror, a quite transparent pseudonym that he uses to have a semi-parallel life just a bit different from his normal life. The alliteration of his name come from the legend that the MGM lion roars between one and three times in the beginning of the movies based on the quality of the movie or the relationship of the producers and the movie maker. Benjamin Serror is a character built up to observe the effect of a possible use of realistic magic in everyday life.

09 09

Sunday

14:00–
19:00
Ragnar Kjartansson
Užupis lakes
20:00
Ragnar Kjartansson & David fiór Jónsson
Dichterliebe
Charismateria, CAC, Vokiečių St. 2
09 09

Sunday

Mindaugas will be doing watercolors of teenagers who will be around to have fun all day, listen to music, smoke, eat and drink and make splashes in the golden Baltic light. All day Mindaugas will be left to his devices with the teenagers, desperately trying to catch the beauty of water and youth with his aquarelles.

A 16-part song cycle about a jilted lover by the 19th-century German composer Robert Schumann and the poet Heinrich Heine, filled with a romantic air and a laughing-through-the-tears sense of triumph, will be sung in sonorous German by Ragnar Kjartansson and his collaborator the pianist David fiór Jónsson.

Documentation
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08 23
Thursday
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Friday
08 25
Saturday
08 26
Sunday
08 29
Wednesday
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Thursday
08 31
Friday
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Acknowledgements

The Baltic Triennial of International Art is organised by the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius
Director: Kęstutis Kuizinas

 

MINDAUGAS TRIENNIAL
2012 08 24 – 09 09

CURATORS
Defne Ayas
Benjamin Cook
Ieva Misevičiūtė
Michael Portnoy

ARTISTS AND PARTICIPANTS
Ed Atkins
Alexandra Bachzetsis
Eric Baudelaire
Neïl Beloufa
Eglė Budvytytė
Aslı Çavuşoğlu
Steve Cosson (The Civilians)
Moyra Davey
Oskar Dawicki
Ivo Dimchev
with Emiliyan Gatsov
Tim Etchells
Luke Fowler
Goodiepal
Krõõt Juurak
Ragnar Kjartansson and David fiór Jónsson
Adam Kleinman
Valentinas Klimašauskas and Morten Norbye Halvorsen
Ursula Mayer (with Valentinj de Hing, Gediminas Gelgotas and orchestra NI&Co)
Michael Portnoy
Benjamin Seror
Rania Stephan
Catherine Sullivan and Farhad Sharmini
Marianne Vitale
Mark Aerial Waller (with Smiltė Bagdžiūnė, Monika Bičiūnaitė, Gediminas Žukauskas)
Claude Wampler (with Šatrijos klubas)
Miet Warlop
Hu Xiangqian

PROJECT MANAGER
Virginija Januškevičiūtė

PROJECT COORDINATORS
Julija Fomina
Auridas Gajauskas
Rūta Junevičiūtė
Ilona Jurkonytė (CAC Cinema Hall)
Monika Lipšic
Milda Seiliūtė

STAGE
Mindaugas Repšys
Audioforma (sound)
Eugenijus Sabaliauskas (lights)
Mindaugas Skuminas (lights)

ARCHITECTURE (CAC CINEMA HALL)
Valdas Ozarinskas
Audrius Bučas

DESIGN
Goda Budvytytė
Simone Koller

WEBSITE
Mindaugas Ūba
Oleg Sviderskij

CAC TECHNICAL CREW
Almantas Lukoševičius
Nerijus Mačiulaitis
Mindaugas Masaitis
Viktoras Musteikis
Vaclovas Nevčesauskas (film program)
Petras Olšauskas
Henrikas Šablinski
Kastytis Šyvokas
Ilona Virzinkevič

PUBLIC RELATIONS
Renata Dubinskaitė
Milda Seiliūtė
Aurelija Maknytė (TV spot)

TRANSLATIONS
Eglė Aleknaitė
Lina Černiauskaitė
Jurij Dobriakov
Ilona Jurkonytė
Dalia Pauliukevičiūtė
Austė Zdančiūtė

PHOTOGRAPHERS
Akvilė Anglickaitė
Ieva Budzeikaitė
Rasa Juškevičiūtė
Robertas Narkus
Linas Vasiliauskas

VOLUNTEERS
Šalnė Bučiūtė
Ignė Ivanauskaitė
Monika Kalinauskaitė
Tomas Sinkevičius
Lukas Taujanskas
Jovilė Trimakaitė
Marija Valeškaitė
Kristina Vildžiūnaitė
Inga Žilinskaitė

SPECIAL THANKS
Darius Gumauskas („Mindaugas“)
Una Margrét Árnadóttir
Vida Budvytienė
Dalia Dūdėnaitė
Derya Demir
Sofie Durnez
Ingrid Furre
Gallery Juliètte Jongma
Kipras Garla
Dovilė Gasiūnaitė
Goblinada.net
Moosje Goosen
Anders Harm
De Appel Curatorial Program
Joakim Dick Hedlund
Minna Heikkila
Idee Fixe
Morta Griškevičiūtė
Nele Keukelier
Sindri Leifsson
Theresa Liang
Pasha Leontjevas
Christoph Loeffler
Johan Lundqwist
Gintaras Makarevičius
Paulius Markevičius
Menų spaustuvė
Mikotel Group
Vidmantas Misevičius
Marija Misevičiūtė
Tomas Mozūra
Nepriklausomi garso režisieriai
Marija Olšauskaitė
Anne Pajunen
Vydmantas Plepys
Aušrelė Požeraitė
Marius Puskunigis
Kodak ProCentras
Marie Raffin
Rusų dramos teatras (Russian Drama Theatre)
Rytis Saladžius
Gertrud Sandqvist and the Malmö Art Academy
Amelia Saul
Šokio informacijos centras (Dance Information Centre)
The Room
Jolanta Varanauskaitė (Mondus)
Gžegožas Volkovskis
Mina Vattøy
Marija Ladigaitė-Vildžiūnienė and Vladas Vildžiūnas
Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art
Tomas Žaibus
Julius Žalakevičius
Audra Žukaitytė
Mikas Žukauskas

FUNDING AND SUPPORT
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania
Norwegian Embassy
Office for Contemporary Art (OCA)
Lithuanian National Radio and Television
IQ
Vilniaus diena
370
Audioforma
Cinevera
Flexpro
Grill Brazil
Vilniaus alus