Thursday 16 February, 6.30-7.30pm
Link Theatre S2.30, Building S,
Monash University Caulfield campus
FREE /// No bookings required
Raimundas Malašauskas is a Lithuanian curator based in Brussels, who has co-written an opera libretto, produced a television show, and served as an agent for dOCUMENTA (13). In his keynote lecture ‘What spills’, Malašauskas will discuss feelings, moments and correspondences emerging from the year 2016, as reflected in his projects of the upcoming year.
Malašauskas asks, ‘Will the projects generate new and more satisfying modes of connecting, relating and feeling? Will I continue to know as much through art as previously?’
In February 2017, Raimundas Malašauskas will curate the two-day event, On Campus, as part of Monash University Museum of Art’s international guest curator series. Malašauskas’s visit is supported by Monash University Museum of Art and Monash Art Design and Architecture.
Other selected projects include: Meetings Points 8, Cairo / Brussels / Beirut, 2016−17; Liverpool Biennial 2016, Liverpool, UK, 2016; Tomorrow night I walked to a dark black star, Universidad Di Tella, Buenos Aires, 2014; Oo, Lithuanian and Cyprus pavilions in the 55th Venice Biennale, 2013; Fusiform Gyrus, Lisson Gallery, London, 2013; Weather Permitting, 9th Mercosul Biennale, Porto Alegre, 2013; Repetition Island, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2010; Satellite Series 4, Jeu de Paume Museum, Paris, 2010−11; Into the Belly of a Dove, Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, 2010; CAC TV, CAC Vilnius 2004−07; IX Baltic Triennial: BMW (Black Market Worlds), CAC Vilnius, 2005.
An anthology of Malašauskas's selected writings, Paper Exhibition, was published by Sternberg Press in 2012.
This lecture is part of the 2017 Fine Art Postgraduate Symposium which presents a day of papers by graduate researchers working across art history, curatorial practice and fine art. The papers span a broad spectrum of research and practice, but share an attention to some of the most vital and compelling aspects of contemporary life and culture. Visit MADA's website for more information.
Raimundas Malašauskas’s visit is supported by Monash University Museum of Art and Monash Art Design and Architecture.