The story of complex objects is told by apparently random structures that organize the attention and intensity of all that is around. That means you always have to watch out for them not to fall on your head. Yet on the positive side, it means that everything is here and available and you need no striving. You only need interferences and deviations to be able to move through them, in unexpected jerks and flows, a bit like the axolotl and the way it manages to swim without coordinating its limbs – sometimes it just freezes for a while. And this talk too is a projection device for a three-dimensional, possibly inconspicuous image to emerge, imprinted on time as their recording medium.
Raimundas Malašauskas was born in Vilnius (Lithuania), curates in the world, writes occasionally. His most recent public projects include In My Previous Life I Wanted To Be a Tablet, Instituto de Vision, Bogota (2015); Tomorrow night I walked to a dark black star, Universidad Di Tella, Buenos Aires (2014); and Oo, Lithuanian and Cyprus pavilions at the 55th Venice Biennale (2013).
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