6 November, 2016, 11am

Unthinkable Nomos Workshop

Unthinkable Nomos

Unthinkable and Rupert invites participants to the Unthinkable Nomos Workshop on November 6th at Rupert gallery space (Vaidilutės st. 79). Registration for participants is required, please send us a letter with brief info about you and your motivation to nomos@unthinkable.site. Through collective sessions, we will form a research cluster to investigate the cardinal threads pertinent to rethinking our contemporary nomoi (plural of nomos). Following the Unthinkable Nomos Conference and Night, this workshop will be an investigation into some of the main aims outlined in the Unthinkable Nomos abstract as formulated above. Four working groups will be formed to coordinate a concentrated research area, defined by four important research threads. In recognition of diversity in thought, and in order to develop the integrity and…(read more)

20 October, 2016

Rupert Residents Announced for the First Part of 2017


We are pleased to announce the selection of the following group of artists and curatorsto take part in Rupert’s Residency Program for the period of January – June 2017. Candidates were selected through a public Open Call. Final selections jury consisted of Zane Onckule, programe director at kim? Contemporary Art Centre in Riga (Latvia), Rupert’s director Justė Jonutytė and Rupert’s residency coordinator Adomas Narkevičius. We are happy to welcome the following group to the program (in alphabetical order): Josh Bitelli (b.1989, UK), Lorraine Chateaux (b. 1986, France), Marije Gertenbach (b. 1990, The Netherlands), Byzantia Harlow (b. 1986, UK), Martin Kohout (b. 1984, Czech Republic/Germany), James Lewis (b. 1986, UK/Austria), Jenine Marsh (b. 1984, Canada), Anna-Bella Papp (b. 1988, Romania/Belgium), Borbála…(read more)

20 October, 6 pm

Travis Jeppesen: ‘Word’


Rupert is pleased to invite you to “Word“, an exhibition of new works by a writer and current artist-in-residence Travis Jeppesen. The opening will take place this Thursday, 20 October, at 6 pm at Rupert. For more than a decade, the young American novelist and poet Travis Jeppesen has been regarded as one of the more iconoclastic practitioners of literary art criticism in his essays, reviews, and hybrid texts. He is also known as the inventor of “object-oriented writing.” In 2014, he unveiled this new model of embodied writing-as-art practice at the Whitney Biennial with his audio installation 16 Sculptures, in which he re-created iconic and lesser known sculptural works from throughout the history of art in the medium of language,…(read more)

22 October, 6 pm-11 pm

Jo-ey Tang’s screening: ‘More More Than Than Lovers Lovers,, More More Than Than Friends Friends’

Jo-ey Tang

Rupert is pleased to invite you to Jo-ey Tang’s screening “More More Than Than Lovers Lovers,, More More Than Than Friends Friends” on 22 October, from 6 pm at Ozas kino salė, Ozo str. 4, Vilnius. The overall runtime of the programme is around 5 h 30 min, therefore, we invite you to join or leave the cinema hall at any point during the event. The entrance is free of charge, drinks and snacks will be served. “More More Than Than Lovers Lovers,, More More Than Than Friends Friends” is a continuous screening of film endings selected by international artists that first took place this summer at FUTURA Centre for Contemporary Art, in Prague, Czech Republic. It was a program…(read more)