Robertas Narkus

Robertas Narkus, Photo: Antanas Gerlikas

Robertas Narkus. Photo by Antanas Gerlikas

Robertas Narkus (Vilnius, Lithuania, 1983) is an artist based in Vilnius. He describes his practice as ‘management of circumstances in the economy of coincidence’. He utilizes a variety of techniques, strategies, technologies and collaborations, bringing together the ordinary and the absurd to explore notions of sovereignty, economy, desires and obsolescence. Narkus is one of the founders of Vilnius institute of Pataphysics and experimental engineering camp eeKūlgrinda. In 2016 he also established Autarkia, an artist run space/artist day center in Vilnius.

His recent exhibitions include solo shows at: Editorial project space Vilnius, Contemporary Art Center Vilnius, KIM? Riga, “NEVERNEVERLAND” gallery Amsterdam and Juliette Jongma gallery Amsterdam. Selected group exhibitions include: Ujazdowski Castle Warsaw, Delfina Foundation London, Whitechapel Gallery London, Blaffer museum Houston, De Appel Art Center Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Juliette Jongma Gallery Amsterdam, Podium Oslo, Kunsthalle Athena Athens, Etablissement d’ En Face Projects Brussels, Stroom Den Haag art center The Hague, Marrakech biennale 5th edition Marrakech and Studio – X  New York.

Dépendance, 2019

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