Interformat Edition

The Inter-Format Edition is launched in parallel to the Symposium “Reinventing Interdisciplinarity > Adapting to the Future” (May 3-6, 2011) organised by Nida Art Colony to explore various forms of collaboration between artists, curators and researchers. Inter-Format Edition continues looking for new formats to adapt to the changing conditions of the art world, cultural institutions and audiences.

Migrating/Resistance Edition

Migrating/Resistance Edition is launched with the T.R.A.C.E.S Meeting organised by Transcultures at Via Festival in Mons and explores creative and critical engagements with the city and new ways of collaboration between artists, curators, and researchers in order to reflect on and question existing and new conditions of the contemporary cultural scene across various forms, media, institutions and audiences.

Cultural Interfaces Edition

Cultural Interfaces Edition is launched with EARZOOM FESTIVAL based on the interests of the collaborators to explore and share our research on forms used to communicate. Focus on innovation, sound, research, technology and contemporary forms of institutional or self expression. The term Cultural Interfaces was proposed by Lev Manovich in his book Language of New Media. The edition seeks to articulate methodologies from diverse backgrounds in order to share and transfer acquired knowledge with interested culture professionals and wider audiences.

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T.R.A.C.E.S & Nida Art Colony Artists in Residence

 

Marta Vosyliūtė, Linas Ramanauskas (Administrator), Jodi Rose, Gwenn-Aël LYNNVytautas Michelkevičius (Artistic Director), Natalia Borissova, Hanna Husberg, Marjolein Houben, Tamara Henderson, Johanna Sophie Santos Bassetti, Justin Tyler Tate. Joined by: Irmelin Joelson, Krišs Salmanis, Ernest Truely

Nida Seaside, April 13th, 2011

Photo by: Justin Tyler Tate

 

Open Artists Studios / Nida Art Colony, 16th, April, 2011 from Nida Art Colony on Vimeo.

Open Zone Edition

Traces Tea and Radio Lounge and radioCona at The Open Zone during transmediale.11 offered a space for slow culture, open to relaxed interaction and deeper exchange with a live radio show, on-site collaborative publication, tea made from wild Lithuanian herbs, and cake!

The Traces Open Zone Edition aims to continue to develop and expand on ideas from these conversations and exchanges:

Profiles

Tautvydas Bajarkevičius (LT)

Tautvydas Bajarkevičius (LT, b. 1981) is a curator, writer and sound artist from Vilnius, Lithuania. Currently taking a postition of curator of Lithuanian National Gallery of Art, he has been involve...
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Thomas Grill (AT)

http://grrrr.org Born 1972 in Austria. Artistic work in most varied fields of audible and trans-media art, ranging from interactive and net-based audiovisual installation and photography to instrumen...
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Eva Vevere (LV)

  Eva Vevere, Riga-based visual artist, working in various mediums including installation art, graphics and painting. Holds MFA in painting, Art Academy of Latvia. Has had group exhibitions across ...
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Henrik Frisk (SE)

http://www.henrikfrisk.com Henrik Frisk is an active performer (saxophones and laptop) of improvised and contemporary music and a composer of acoustic and computer music. With a special interest in i...
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Anna Karpenko (RU)

  Anna Karpenko (Kaliningrad/RU), an independent social researcher from Kaliningrad, studied political science and sociology at the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences aka Shaninka. She r...
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Natalia Borissova (DE/RU)

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Rasa Antanavičiūtė (LT)

Rasa Antanavičiūtė (LT) initiator, builder (together with Vilnius Academy of Arts) and currently executive director of the Nida Art Colony; PhD student in art history, mostly interested in how art ...
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