At 7 pm on Friday, December 20, Editorial project space (Latako str. 3, Vilnius) will open its doors for the special exhibition-meeting Inner Pockets.

‘Halfdan has inscribed these runes’ – this phrase was written on the inner marble walls of the balcony at Hagia Sophia by a bored (?) Viking on some day back in the 9th century. This stealthily made gesture, brief as an afternoon nap, has etched itself into the building’s skin no less than the portraits of the saints floating up at the vaults. This writing is just like those small things that constantly sink and resurface in our coat pockets, in which, close to our bodies, we keep the particular items we don’t want to lose – cellphones, passports, wallets, even though their importance abrades with time.

Inner Pockets hold the small gestures, scribblings at the margins, and some thought-chasing sketches – the things that yet haven’t (been) decided (upon). Editorial has invited the artists who in the past three years have held or participated in exhibitions here, to turn out their inner pockets, their drawers, to open up their notebooks and let us see their contents.

All of the pieces exhibited at our space are ready to be taken to the different homes of its visitors, as all of the collected funds will be devoted to Editorial’s exhibitions the upcoming year.

We are incredibly grateful to the artists for their support:

Ragna Bley
Viltė Bražiūnaitė & Tomas Sinkevičius
Kah Bee Chow
Jakub Choma
Jokūbas Čižikas
Monika Janulevičiūtė & Antanas Lučiūnas
Laura Kaminskaitė
Rūtenė Merk
Robertas Narkus
Jaakko Pallasvuo
Jurgis Paškevičius
Ieva Rojūtė
Anastasija Sosunova
Andrea Zucchini

The exhibition has been set up with the help of Laura Kaminskaitė.

Editorial project space’s programme is partly funded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture and Vilnius City Municipality.

The exhibition will be open until the 11th of January, 2020.

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