Kaspars Groševs
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DOPESMOKER
10 Minute Walk From Solitude
C.D.M.M.M.H.
White Walkers
Divdabis
Dancing Water
I didn't have wi-fi so I started to paint
Things
Exit, stuttering & nebula
427
Qu'est-ce que ça peut faire tout ça
White Tapes
A Guide to Making a Genie
00:10:00:00
H
I/O. Without Enemies
etc.
Selected
Writing
Curated:
Luksafors
Fat Gnomes (Ears
of New Jersey)
Retrospect 1996-1999
I had an amnesia once or twice
A Very Small Window
Demons and Ashes
A Very Small Window at Kim? Contemporary Art Center, Riga
Bora Akinciturk, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Viktor Timofeev, Evita Vasiļjeva
Curated by Kaspars Groševs
20.06. - 4.08.2019.

O Fluxo
AQNB
Journal
Echo Gone Wrong
When Colin De Land (1955–2003), founder and director of American Fine Arts, Co., was asked “why the gallery did not produce press releases, and he explained that there was a very small window of time in which the visual work of art is experienced before this perception is inevitably shaped by language, and this window should be kept open as long as possible: that we should resist prematurely foreclosing the meaning derived from the visual, resisting as long as possible channeling the viewer’s experience through the strictures of language”. (Jackie McAllister, August 2003).


A voice (off): To the North, nothing.
To the South, nothing.
To the East, nothing.
To the West, nothing.
In the centre, nothing.
The curtain falls. End of Act One
(Georges Perec, 1974)





Photos: Ansis Starks