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XXII Triennale di Milano

Lithuania
Manifold

Exhibition

Lithuania presents the visual artist and filmmaker Emilija Škarnulytė who is currently gaining wide international recognition with her hypnotic aesthetics embedded in the archeology of the Anthropocene. Her video installation Manifold and a program of events featuring seven artist‘s films, conversations, and readings events will deeply immerse visitors in an exploration of themes proposed by Triennale.
Emilija Škarnulytė’s work is positioned at the intersection of natural and man-made structures – physical, philosophical and political. In her immersive films and large-scale installations the artist evokes feelings of contemplative anxiety provoked by encounters with all that is larger than us, and larger than life – a looming climate catastrophe, natural phenomena, ideological constructions and massive architectural or scientific structures. Just as the artist dives into waters, buildings or terrains to explore, the viewer is drawn into her works through their hypnotic aesthetics, finding themselves embedded in the future archeology of the Anthropocene with all of its eco-and techno-political discourse. Although Škarnulytė's work is often presented in dialogue with topical research, it dissects the urgencies of a rapidly developing – or, possibly, unraveling – planet as something beyond the theoretical debate: a physical, unavoidable, all-encompassing situation, which no longer offers a comfortable point of view.

Credits

Organising Institutions:
Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

Artist:
Emilija Škarnulytė

Commissioner:
Julija Reklaitė

Exhibition design:
Linas Lapinskas

Organiser:
Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

Team:
Ūla Tornau, Edgaras Gerasimovičius, Dovilė Grigaliūnaitė, Vytautas Volbekas Texts: Monika Kalinauskaitė

Partner:
Lithuanian Council for Culture

Highlights

Sirenomelia video, 2017 Blaffer art museum. Credits Peter Molick

Qso Lens, 2015, 3 channel video installation, CAC, photo Andrej Vasilenko

Sirenomelia video, 2017 Blaffer art museum. Credits Peter Molick

International Participations

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18€
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14€
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14€
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The digital archive will be available starting July 2019

X Triennale di Milano, 1954<br/>Allestimento della mostra dell’industrial design, Achille e Piergiacomo Castiglioni, Roberto Menghi, Marcello Nizzoli, Alberto Rosselli, Augusto Morello, Michele Provinciali, foto Fortunati
X Triennale di Milano, 1954
Allestimento della mostra dell’industrial design, Achille e Piergiacomo Castiglioni, Roberto Menghi, Marcello Nizzoli, Alberto Rosselli, Augusto Morello, Michele Provinciali, foto Fortunati
IX Triennale di Milano, 1951<br/>Scalone d’onore, Luciano Baldessarri e Marcello Grisotti, foto Aragozzini
IX Triennale di Milano, 1951
Scalone d’onore, Luciano Baldessarri e Marcello Grisotti, foto Aragozzini
XV Triennale di Milano, 1973<br/>Le cinque scale nella sezione giapponese, Kozo Abe, Makio Hasuike, Isao Hosoe, Tsutomu Katayanagi, Tashihiro Miki, Isao Ogawa
XV Triennale di Milano, 1973
Le cinque scale nella sezione giapponese, Kozo Abe, Makio Hasuike, Isao Hosoe, Tsutomu Katayanagi, Tashihiro Miki, Isao Ogawa
Palazzo dell’Arte, 1932<br/>Ingresso principale sul fronte ovest del Palazzo, foto Argo
Palazzo dell’Arte, 1932
Ingresso principale sul fronte ovest del Palazzo, foto Argo

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