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XII BALTIC TRIENNIAL

Curator and editor: Virginija Januškevičiūtė
Translations: Tomas Čiučelis, Vaida Kalkauskaitė, Anna Purisch (p.23-24), Ieva Kraule and Rūta Irbīte (p.47-48), editor and artists
Copyediting: Gemma Lloyd, Julija Fomina
Design: Vytautas Volbekas
Printer: Petro ofsetas, Vilnius
Edition: 2000 (Lithuanian) 700 (English)
ISBN 978-9986-957-64-5 (English)
ISBN 978-9986-957-65-2 (Lithuanian)

Texts are by Virginija Januškevičiūtė, the artists and contributors to the event programme, Algirdas Šeškus (p.2), Annick Kleizen (p.6, 8, 55, 57, 73, 77), J.G. Ballard (p.13-14), Anders Kreuger (p.19-20), Bianka Rolando (p.23-24), David Bernstein (p.29-
30 and 78), Jay Tan (p.33), Ieva Kraule (p.47-48), Audrius Pocius (p.74). The guidebook uses a fragment of conversation between Nick Bastis, Darius Mikšys and Virginija Januškevičiūtė moderated by Shama Khanna (p.41-42).

The guidebook features images by Maris Bišofs (back cover and p.29-30), Stavros Papavassiliou (inside cover) and the artists, unless indicated otherwise.

Published on occasion of XII Baltic Triennial.

Exhibition guide.


MINDAUGAS TRIENNIAL

Curators: Defne Ayas, Benjamin Cook, Ieva Misevičiūtė, Michael Portnoy
Artists and participants: Ed Atkins, Alexandra Bachzetsis, Eric Baudelaire, Neïl Beloufa, Eglė Budvytytė, Aslı Çavuşoğlu, Steve Cosson (The Civilians), Moyra Davey, Oskar Dawicki, Ivo Dimchev with Emiliyan Gatsov, Tim Etchells, Luke Fowler, Goodiepal, Krõõt Juurak, Ragnar Kjartansson and David fiór Jónsson, Adam Kleinman, Valentinas Klimašauskas and Morten Norbye Halvorsen, Ursula Mayer (with Valentinj de Hing, Gediminas Gelgotas and orchestra NI&Co), Michael Portnoy, Benjamin Seror, Rania Stephan, Catherine Sullivan and Farhad Sharmini, Marianne Vitale, Mark Aerial Waller (with Smiltė Bagdžiūnė, Monika Bičiūnaitė, Gediminas Žukauskas), Claude Wampler (with Šatrijos klubas), Miet Warlop, Hu Xiangqian
Project manager: Virginija Januškevičiūtė

Editor: Monika Lipšic
Design: Goda Budvytytė
Translation: Marius Burokas, Rimas Užgiris
Proofreading: Renata Dubinskaitė
Photographers: Akvilė Anglickaitė, Ieva Budzeikaitė, Rasa Juškevičiūtė, Robertas Narkus, Linas Vasiliauskas, Audronė Vaupšienė
Catalogue publisher: Contemporary Art Centre


MEMOIRS OF A HYPNOTIST: 100 DAYS
Marcos Lutyens


When he first arrived in Kassel from Los Angeles in the summer of 2012, Marcos Lutyens knew little about the 340 hypnotic sessions that he would carry out with the audience of d(OCUMENTA) 13 during the upcoming 100 days. Nor did he know that he would write a book entitled, Memoirs of a Hypnotist: 100 Days – an intimate and hardly qualifyable document. The artist’s account takes place within the Reflection Room in Kassel’s Karlsauepark, in the most involved installment of Hypnotic Show: ‘an exhibition that only exists in the mind of the audience’, according to Lutyen’s collaborator Raimundas Malašauskas. Lutyens brings together all kinds of improbable experiences of his visitors and research into theories of cognition and neurological activity. His book is an exploration of the varying states of consciousness and a positioning of de-material and deeply collaborative, contingent work within the current thinking of art.

Editor: Kari Cwynar
Texts: Raimundas Malašauskas (Foreword) and Marcos Lutyens
Design: Goda Budvytytė, Line Gry Hørup
172 pages
Language: English
Publishers: Sternberg Press, Contemporary Art Centre and Kunstverein Toronto
ISBN 978-3-95679-184-0

Published as part of XII Baltic Triennial.







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