Film “Cyber-Athlete“ reconsiders the concepts of cyber-athletics and e-sports. How is computer game culture and virtuality altering human body? What are the new features of a (cyber) athletic body? How are they developed? How are they influencing the notion of athletic body and sex. Where else could such cyber-athletic body be used? And, finally, how do our bodies and consciousness manage to synchronise with computer game technology?
Vitalij Červiakov lives and works in Vilnius. He graduated from Vilnius Academy of Arts photography and media art studies (BA) as well as sculpture (MA), and he is currently studying for a PhD there. Červiakov is actively participating in exhibitions and organising performative psychogeographical walks with self-created rules, selected locations and various walking experiences.
Danutė Gambickaitė is an active art critic, curator, who has curated many different cultural events – exhibitions, films, screenings, residency programmes – in various institutions and presented publications on contemporary art in cultural press, exhibition catalogues in Lithuania and abroad.
Exhibition opening 30/12/2019, 6 pm (“Atletika”, Vitebsko 21, Vilnius)
Opening dates 31/12/2019 – 10/01/2020 Wednesdays to Fridays 4 – 7 pm.
Organised by Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association.
Partly supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture and Vilnius City Municipality.
Image: Česlovas Lukenskas’ illiustration from publication “VIS TOBULĖTI. Kas žinotina Lietuvos kūno kultūros ženklininkui”. 1997, Vilnius.