19/01–18/02/2024
On Health, Domesticity, and Feelings. Group exhibition

 

“On Health, Domesticity, and Feelings” is a group exhibition that unfolds an urbanistic narrative, offering an insight into what may seem like a routine existence—exploring habits, safety, home, introversion, the significance of movement, and the rich world of feelings and thoughts that underlie it all. The exhibition romanticises the life of the Lithuanian lower economic class, a lifestyle known to many. Exhibiting artists employ its motifs to craft a tender, wistful and secure atmosphere reminiscent of home. Each artwork seamlessly drags the viewer into a distinct household, prompting to appreciate the unique individuality of each person. A profound sense of repetition permeates, suggesting a shared experience of living parallel lives under identical conditions. The various perspectives and communication styles introduced in the exhibition act as a reflective surface, resembling a mirror that presents the viewer with a potentially different and existentially more favourable interpretation of domestic life.

Curator and author: Nojus Juška
Co-curator: Augustė Verikaitė
Artists: Jorė Aukštaitytė, Žygimantas Bėrontas, Ingvaras Rauba, Jogailė Laurišonytė, Gabija Pernavaitė, Nojus Juška, Andrius Svilys, Augustė Verikaitė
Technical manager: Matas Šatūnas
Design: Nojus Juška, Jogailė Laurišonytė, Augustė Verikaitė​

Exhibition opening: 18 January 2023, 6:30 pm. Performance by Ingvaras Rauba 7 pm. Music selection by Nojus Juška 7:30 pm.
Exhibition dates and times: 19 January – 18 February 2024, Wednesdays to Fridays 4-7pm, Saturdays 1–6 pm. In February the exhibition will be open on Sundays 1–4 pm, Sunday tours with curators at 2 pm.

Address: Atletika gallery, Vitebsko str. 21, Vilnius.
The show and events are free of charge.

The exhibition is organised by the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association (LIAA). Activities of LIAA are supported by the Lithuanian Council for Culture and Vilnius City Municipality. Exhibition partner – Entity.

Exhibition leaflet