Vaidilutės g. 79
Vilnius 10100, Lithuania

Entangled Tales brings together local and international artists to look at the ways in which we think, communicate and live with matter.  

The exhibition’s theme takes the lead from the artists’ practices and recent feminist approaches to materiality and ‘new materialism’.

It considers how our correspondences with the matter with which we are entangled offer ways to explore memory, the body, forms of participation and modes of knowing.

Acknowledging the work of art as something which we continue to think with and through, the exhibition asks how we tell the entangled tales of which we are one thread.

There will be an accompanying programme of tours, talks, events and workshops, including a lecture by Dr Rick Dolphijn and workshops by Anastasija Sosnunova , Sarah Chow and Daniel Rossi. Palanga Street Radio will be DJing on the opening night.  

Curators: Justė Jonutytė and Yates Norton

Artists: Rebecca Ackroyd, Stefania Batoeva, Julie Bena, Ragna Bley, Than Hussein Clark, Olivia Erlanger, Merike Estna, Daiga Grantina, Celia Hempton, Tamara Henderson, Ieva Kraule, Jenine Marsh, Daria Melnikova, Rūtenė Merkliopaitė, Mikołaj Moskal, Rosalind Nashashibi, Athena Papadopoulos, Zoë Paul, Daniel Rossi, Viktorija Rybakova, Anastasija Sosunova, Indrė Šerpytytė, Jala Wahid

Architects: Ona Lozuraitytė and Petras Išora

Co-ordinators: Vitalija Jasaitė and Kotryna Markevičiūtė

Poster design: Goda Budvytytė

Supporters: Lithuanian Council for Culture, Vilnius City Municipality, Office of the Embassy of Canada to Lithuania, Pakrantė, UAB Exterus




Katja Blum 

Henning Fehr und Philipp Rühr

 Lina Hermsdorf

 Daniel Rossi

 Amelie von Wulffen

ist eine Ausstellung mit 23 jungen Künstlern aus Leipzig, Bremen, Düsseldorf und Berlin. 

Teilnehmende Künstler: 
Ellen Akimoto
Christian Bär
Johannes Daniel
Fidschi Fischer 
Wilhelm Frederking
Liat Griver
Vincent Haynes 
Florian Hesselbarth 
Orsi Horvath
Stephan Jäschke 
Sophia Kesting
Adrian Kowalski 
Oliver Krebeck
Olga Monina 
Silas Mücke
Peter Müller 
Norbert Reissig
Daniel Rossi
Manuel Stehli
Manuel Schneidewind 
Malte Stiehl 
Hannes Uhlenhaut 
Lydia Wahrig

+Fortune cookies for artists and creatives by Orsi Horvath und Anna Nero 
+Edition "On Point" von Silas Mücke

Freitag, 23.06, 16 - 21 Uhr
Samstag, 24.06, 16 - 20 Uhr
Sonntag, 25.06, 14 - 17 Uhr

Lesung Florian Hesselbarth: Donnerstag, 21 Uhr und Freitag, 19 Uhr 

Supervised by Anna Nero, realisiert mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Kulturamtes der Stadt Frankfurt am Main.

Matthias Esch & Daniel Rossi:

More Weight

 “The heaviest of burdens crushes us, we sink beneath it, it pins us to the ground. …

The heavier the burden, the closer our lives come to the earth, the more real and truthful they become.
Conversely, the absolute absence of burden causes man to be lighter than air, to soar into heights,
take leave of the earth and his earthly being, and become only half real, his movements as free as they are insignificant. What then shall we choose? Weight or lightness?”
-Milan Kundera, “The Unbearable Lightness of Being”

…he was promised mercy and forgiveness.
All he had to do was admit that he was a wizard, and the pain would stop.
As his body convulsed and contorted under the weight of the tones, he kept repeating the same demands, which would also be the last words he would ever utter:
“More weight! More weight!”


Die beiden Maler aus Berlin und Bremen zeigen ihre Arbeiten in neuer Zusammenstellung. Sie suchen nach “Points of no return”, die sich als Ursprung neu-definieren, und sich dabei in ihrer Malerei manifestieren. Sie stellen die Frage nach der Schwere und der Leichtigkeit, ersteres als zentrale Kraft zum Erdmittelpunkt und den Dingen. Die Leichtigkeit erscheint dagegen als sich verflüchtigendes Moment, dem das ideelle innewohnt – und somit Leichtigkeit und Schwere auf mögliche Ursprünge zurückführt. 
Die beiden Künstler suchen nach malerischen Formen dieser beiden sich wiederstrebenden „Ursprüngen“

Lukas Geisseler

AWOL zeigt 9 junge internationale Positionen, die sich anhand verschiedener Medien mit den Themen Abwesenheit, Kommunikation und Zensur auseinandersetzten.


A symposium about the works of Daniel Rossi and Oliver Krebeck. 

The works of Oliver Krebeck and Daniel Rossi appear quite different at first glance: abstract painterly pictorial compositions are compared with photographic and object-like works. Upon closer inspection however, one can see the connecting themes. "Material Translations", is the commonality within which the two artists situate their respective practices. This provocation aids the translation of found footage or objects into new forms and contexts, or even a change of state or perception of a material or image object. The translation process and the development process of a work is important to both Daniel Rossi and Oliver Krebeck. 

Join us for a Symposium and experimental sound performance at The Lofthouse on Saturday 18th June at 7pm.

The Term *Tracking is currently used for a variety of applications that follow and record movements. It is known that activities on the internet are often tracked without the user’s knowledge.
*Tracking has many different uses in military as well as civil contexts. Examples include radar systems for air surveillance or the computational identification of objects in traffic.

Tracking Tracks is a project by Research and Waves with the artists Norman Neumann, Gustavo Mendez and Daniel Rossi In the context of this exhibition *Tracking is the act of following an entity in its movement. A *Track is the manifestation of this movement from (or through) A to B and possibly beyond. This trace of movement between the artworks placed on the walls and within the room will become visible as well as audible.

A *Track is also a sound stored on a record, separated from other *Tracks by moments of silence. The exhibition – Tracking Tracks – follows these principles, and creates traces between the artist’s works and allows for new connections between the different artworks. The Tracks proposed in this exhibition are not only existing in the physical space of the gallery but also as sounds on a record and coordinates in the digital online archive of Research and Waves. During the opening at April 8th, the Artist make a performance.


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