Artist: Evita Vasiļjeva
Exhibition title: Gut House on the Print Level
Venue: kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, Latvia
Date: October 26 – November 27, 2016
Photography: Ansis Starks, all images copyright and courtesy of the artist and kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga
The Amsterdam-based Latvian artist’s Evita Vasiļjeva’s solo-exhibition Gut House on the Print Level comprises robust and fragile, seemingly moving, sculptures that have been carried over from the studio to the exhibition space, among them information disseminating devices cast in plaster, large scale prints, metal wickerwork article and pieces inspired by car interior rubber floor mats.
Evita Vasiļjeva (born in 1985) is a Netherlands-based Latvian artist. Graduated from the Fine Arts program at the Amsterdam Gerrit Rietveld Academie (in 2012), worked at the artist residency De Ateliers (2014-2016), Amsterdam. Latest solo-exhibitions: Nothing Lost, Nothing Found, Gallery 427, Riga (2016); Form X, V240, Amsterdam (2016) and Parallel to Vertical, kim? Contemporary Arts Centre, Riga (2013); group exhibitions: Potlach, De Ateliers graduate exhibition, Amsterdam (2016); A Bigger Peace, a Smaller Peace, the Latvian Museum of Railway History in Riga (2015); Lily’s Pool, Art in General, New York (2015), New Participants, De Ateliers, Amsterdam (2014), Aspen-Kemmern, kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga (2014); Vortex, Project Space Garage, Moscow (2014), NF Presents: from A to Be to SEE to D, kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga (2014), Monograms, Vita Kuben Gallery, Umeå (2014); Indian Summer, Gallery Fons Welters, Amsterdam (2013).