Oh, My Darling & Other Rants, published by the Baltic Notebooks of Anthony Blunt, Vilnius. 2018.
According to the author, “autocorrection, street performers, earworms and migration are to be blamed for the inception of this textile. The person who invented autocorrection should go to hello. This is how I moved to Münster instead of Munich. You almost know the whole story now.”
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B and/or an Exhibition Guide In Search Of Its Exhibition, published by Torpedo Press, Oslo, in 2014, contains written exhibitions that float in time and space with or within a joke, one’s mind, Voyager 1, Chauvet Cave or inside the novel 2666 by Roberto Bolaño.
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How a Peasant Tricked a Devil. Notes for New Cosmogonies. Published at Echo Gone Wrong. 2018.
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Searching for the plotline as if for a familiar face. From Video masks. Translated from Lithuanian by Monika Kalinauskaitė. Published by Žeimiai Manor House. 2018.
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Texting on the opening night and Fountain published at Ghost Bag PDF book by Laura Kaminskaitė. 2018
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Cube Fatigue. Spike Art Quarterly, Issue 52 Summer 2017.
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Fountain. Text written as the PR for Olli Keranen’s solo show FOUNTAIN, 5.3.–23.4.2017, SIC, Helsinki. 2017.
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Harvesting patterns of your life or a self-portrait from the perspective of a failure or a drone, hovering above for Imaginary Reader, Ed. Marie Nerland by Volt, Bergen, 2016.
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How To Clone A Mammoth (In Three Voices And With A Fisherman’s Exaggeration) is a reading afternoon on the poetics of de-extinction in the economy of clicks that premiered at Radio Athènes, Athens, 2015, and later was performed at the De Appel, Amsterdam, the RCA, London, Temporary Gallery, Cologne, HIAP, Helsinki, Mount Analogue, Stockholm, Brud, Warsaw, the Baltic Triennial, the CAC Vilnius and Kim? Contemporary Art Center, Riga. Using the structure of traditional Lithuanian polyphonic songs, the reading unites fragments, poems, quotes, stories about new friendships (as a metaphor for an old internet), on the importance of becoming Neanderthals, why Gertrude Stein would not pass the Turing test, the AI of language, and other random companies of post-humanist assemblages.
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Gertrude Stein would not pass the Turing test for Nocturnal News Good Times and Nocturnal News #3 edited by Carl Palm and Eglė Kulbokaitė. Presented at Overgaden, Trust exhibition, curated by Sonia Dermience.
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What’s on your mind? text for Loop de Loop show by Iza Tarasewicz at Bikini, Lyon, FR.
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Cadavere Quotidiano. A daily mourning book project. Published by Project X Foundation for Art & Criticism. Edited by Shana Lutker. 2013
Spectator’s letter for Footnotes. Every Artwork as Different Entry to the Same Show, CAC Vilnius, LT. Download the PDF: Spectators letter, in Lithuanian and English. 2013
An Exhibition in Futura, “A Clock That Runs on Mud” project, Nero magazine. 2012
Standard Length of a Miracle, a text for Goldin+Senneby solo, the CAC, Vilnius. 2011
An interview with Darius Mikšys about the artist’s childhood for the Lithuanian Pavilion at the 55th International Art Exhibition de la Biennale di Venezia. 2009