Join us for the last tour by curator Dina Akhmadeeva at the second chapter of Baltic Triennial 13 – GIVE UP THE GHOST. During the tour there will be a performance by Merike Estna. The tour is followed by an evening of performances at Kanuti Gildi SAAL: https://www.facebook.com/events/266774873962143/?active_tab=about. For those holding a ticket for the evening of performances, the entrance to the tour is free.
BT13 in Tallinn includes works and performances, including new commissions, by Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Nina Beier, Hannah Black, Miriam Cahn, Adam Christensen, Jesse Darling, Michael Dean, Merike Estna, Daiga Grantiņa, Derek Jarman, Jamila Johnson-Small, Lina Lapelytė, Kris Lemsalu, Klara Lidén, Elīna Lutce, Paul Maheke, Pierre Molinier, Ieva Rojūtė, Ülo Sooster, Achraf Touloub, Ola Vasiljeva, Young Boy Dancing Group, Young Girl Reading Group (Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė).
For the first time since its foundation in 1979, Baltic Triennial 13 is being organised by and taking place in all three Baltic countries: Lithuania (May 11 – August 12), Estonia (June 29 – September 2) and Latvia (September 21 – November 18). The three distinct exhibitions act as different chapters to form the Triennial.
Baltic Triennial 13 and each of its chapters are informed by a shared concern: what does it mean to belong at a time of fractured identities? The fluctuating notion of belonging, which can be understood to exist within the conceptual and formal framework of a relationship, allows us to think beyond identity as something fixed, self-contained and essentialised.
The exhibition in Tallinn centres on sensuality and intimacy as parameters to take into account when reflecting on belonging, focusing on the body. This chapter of the Triennial addresses the moving body, the fragmented body, the organic body, the political body and the desiring body.
Artistic Director: Vincent Honoré
Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia (CCAE), Tallinn, EstoniaContemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius, Lithuania
Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, Latvia.
Dina Akhmadeeva, Canan Batur, Neringa Bumblienė, Cédric Fauq, Anya Harrison.