“Out Of Bounds” is a closing performance to mark the end of the exhibition “Situation Which Resists Completion”. The performance will be presented by “Technologies of non/self” together with Mėta Gabrielė Pelegrimaitė and Kristupas Gikas.
Technologies of Non/Self is an open collective working in the interstices between contemporary art and sonic composition.
Gailė Griciūtė is a composer, sound artist and improviser based in Lithuania. She graduated from the Sibelius Music Academy in Helsinki, Finland and Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, was guest student at Städelschule in Frankfurt am Main Douglas Gordon film class. Festivals and concert series where Gailė Griciūtė’s music, art projects and performances were presented include: Ahead, Jauna Muzika, Soundscape, NOA, Estonia (Lithuania), Couterflows (UK), Sound Art Festival (Kaliningrad), Unsound (Krakow), Labor Sonor (Berlin), Tectonics (Tel Aviv).
Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi is an artist, filmmaker based in Germany. She studied History of Art and Latin Philology at Goethe University and Fine Arts with Prof. Simon Starling and Prof. Peter Fischli at Städelschule in Frankfurt. Being a scholar of the German National Academic Foundation, she recently graduated with an MFA in Film at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work operates in the space between film, video, sound, performance and interdisciplinary research. With the composer Gaile Griciute she created Technologies Of Non/Self, a duo working in the interstices between contemporary art and sonic composition. In collaboration with Gabriela Barreto Lemos (quantum physicist) and Francie Missbach (psychologist), she also co-founded the Intercluster for Critical Intimacy (ICI), a collective aspiring to interconnect art, science, and societal transformation through interdisciplinary interventions within concrete contexts.
Event date and time: 09-01-2020 from 6 pm (Atletika Gallery, Vitebsko 21, Vilnius). Free entrance, no registration needed.
Organised by Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association.
Partly supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture and Vilnius City Municipality.