Exhibition time: 07-21 08 2019

Venue: Meno Parkas Gallery (Rotušės a. 27, 44279 Kaunas, Lithuania)

Nomadic Radical Academy. For the Climate Change Awareness

 

The Nomadic Radical Academy for Climate Change Awareness
Presentation and press meeting 07.08 at 18:00


If one happens to step into the gallery “Meno Parkas” (Rotušės a. 27, Kaunas, Lithuania) in August 2019, one steps into the Nomadic Radical Academy for Climate Change Awareness.

The Nomadic Radical Academy is an art project which takes the form of live performance as an immersive artistic vision of the post-apocalyptic world, where the remaining humans can not undo their mistakes anymore. As future nomads, the workers and inhabitants of the academy will set down their tent poles and invite local children and youths to view, sense, discuss and participate with the resident artists, musicians and the climate change activists and together uncover past and future scenarios of human behavior, the environment and the planet we inhabit.

The Nomadic Radical Academy is a way of creating a community of artists and/or climate change activists in order to discuss new ways of re-thinking human behavior in the environment we live in. The first iteration of the project is happening in Lithuania and the Radical Academy is nomadic due to plans to manifest it in art venues of major cities in the Nordic-Baltic region. Art in this project is a method to unfold our consciousness about the look into the outside world and manifest in it. According to The Guardian, we have 12 years to undo the climate change catastrophe on our planet. What can we do as activists? What can we do as artists? What can we do as humans?

The participants of the Nomadic Radical Academy for the Climate Change Awareness are the following Europe-based artists: the artist-researcher behind the project Marija Griniuk (LT/DK/FIN), the involved artists: Tue Brisson Mosich (DK/LT), Nanna Ylönen (FIN), Clifford Charles (UK), Marta Gil (SE), Sanna Blennow (SE), Rikke Goldbech (DK), David Torstensson (SE), Anne-Louise Knudsen (DK), Anders Werdelin (DK), Adomas Danusevičius (LT/DK) and the Kaunas-based Lithuanian artists and initiatives: Evelina Šimkutė, Šilainių Sodai, Raimondas Binkauskas along with others. Video documentation of the project: Albinas Liutkus. Photo documentation of the project: Antanas Untydi.

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