At the Print and Paper Museum on the 27th of February, at 6 pm
A Lithuanian printmaker and artist-in-residence, Živilé Minkuté, is exhibiting her series of work that was produced during the month of February. The series ‘collecting stones’ is a multi-angled view in the form of memory that becomes physical in the form of a stone. Using multilayer monotype technique and the help of a process camera, Živilè invites you to discover her Moroccan landscapes and meteorites from outer space.
The Printing Museum’s technician Jörgen Loot will demonstrate how works a room-size camera and old-school Photoshop from the year 1979. Everyone can step in to the dark room and experience the hidden side of this gigantic machine.
Živilė is in Tartu thanks to the collaboration between the Tartu Artist in Residence program and Kintai Arts Program. The TAiR program is implemented by the Estonian Print and Paper Museum and financed by the City of Tartu and Estonia’s Cultural Endowment. For more information about the project and future artists, visit residency.tartuensis.com