The Botanical Garden and the area around it were chosen to become the platform for “SKAN II” as the idea is to link up the exhibition with Riga wooden architecture – metaphorically, by singling out such places with the help of sound, as well as literally, via artistic audio guides. The first stage of the exhibition (30.05.14–20.06.14) features Signe Liden (Norway), David Helbich (Germany), Pascal Broccolichi (France), Stefan Roigk (Germany), Ytske Blom & Thomas Rutgers (the Netherlands), Peter Bogers (the Netherlands) and Aernoudt Jacobs (Belgium). The exposition of the Botanical Garden of the University of Latvia is open Wednesday to Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Kalnicems Quarter exposition is on show Monday to Saturday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Thematic division: Thirst for the Ocean
Begins : 29.05.2014 21:00
Ends: 19.06.2014 21:00
- Botanical Garden of Latvia University and venues in Riga cityscape
- Gallery at Kalnciems quarter
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Category of event:
- Visual arts
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The exhibition “SKAN II” continues the 2007 exhibition “Skan”, the very first sound art exhibition in the Baltic countries. The exhibition will open at the end of May 2014 and continue in three instalments up until August 24. The exhibition will present the latest and most interesting works of artists from all over the world who work in the sound art genre. The objective of “SKAN II” is to give visitors an opportunity to get to know innovative contemporary art forms as well as the unique architectural heritage of Riga.
Web address: http://riga2014.org/skan