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'Sunday Was Already Today' by Ilaria Vinci and Leila Niederberger at WallStreet,

Vladislav Markov at M23, New York

'Gusła' by Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė at Body Archive, Zurich

SADYRIA by Posthuman Studies Lab (Nikita Sazonov, Katya Nikitina)

'You are a little soul carrying about a corpse' by Zuza Piekoszewska at Galeria Ł

'Call 555-DORIS', a Group Show at Regatta 2, Dusseldorf

Kaspars Groševs, 427 Gallery: ‘We don’t really care who is or isn’t a “real” artist—we care if the art they create is subjectively good or not and if there is something more to it than meets the eye and if the person creating it understands what we are trying to do or not. I’m 100% sure there are a lot of people in Riga who think that what we do isn’t a “real” art. But we also don’t care. We show stuff that we believe in, we work with artists that we love and for us not much else matters’. More…

EPISODE 4: 'Greenhouse', by Light-Harvesting Complex & Dharma Initiatives at Vant

'Perfumed Envelopes Travel: Avalon of the Heart' by Amalia Vekri and Valinia Svor

'Things After Things' by Anna Ceipe at 427, Riga

'Like A Sieve', a Group Show at Kupfer, London

'MAYFLY KEEPER' by Katrine Bobek & Bertil Osorio at At Arcway Nightlands Connecte

'VOLUME OF EFFORT (3)' by Jakub Czyszczoń at Skala, Poznań

Graham Harman: ‘Some people may be using ‘weird’ in a wider sense than I normally do. For me, the weird has a precise technical sense: a situation in which objects exist in tension with their own qualities rather than being reducible to them. Admittedly, this is also how I define aesthetics more generally, so for me there is a bit of weirdness in all genuine aesthetic experience’. More…

'INTO A GRAVEYARD FROM ANYWHERE' by Mary-Audrey Ramirez at Dortmunder Kunstverein

'eat & becʘ̃me' by Silas Inoue at Augustiana, Augustenborg

'A Californian Plumber' by Agnieszka Szostek at Fugitif, Leipzig

'Shelter of Trust' by Klára Švandová and Ondřej Doskočil at TiK Cold Space, Riga

'The Weakest Nest Robber' by David Fesl at Karlin Studios, Prague

'Larry Farmer' by Tyler Macko at No Place, Columbus

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