Co-published by CAC Vilnius and CURA.BOOKS, the catalogue of the Baltic Triennial 13 – GIVE UP THE GHOST is intended as a reader to accompany the exhibitions taking place in the three venues— Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, Tallinn Art Hall and Kim? Contemporary Art Center Riga. Different in format, content and context, each of the chapters of the Triennial is informed by a shared concern, which is also the core of the publication: what does it mean to belong at a time of fractured identities?
The participating artists are introduced by short essays, focused on their individual practice and their specific contribution to the Triennial’s exhibitions. Images and texts unfold through the catalogue’s pages, showing a balance between coherence and fragmentation and exploring the notions of belonging, of the body, and of our relationship to the public sphere and social structures.
Participating artists: Caroline Achaintre, Evgeny Antufiev, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Carlotta Bailly-Borg, Darja Bajagić, Olga Balema, Khairani Barokka, Nina Beier, Huma Bhabha, Hannah Black, Dora Budor, Harry Burke, Eglė Budvytytė, Ben Burgis & Ksenia Pedan, CAConrad, Miriam Cahn, Jayne Cortez, Adam Christensen, Anaïs Duplan, Jesse Darling, Michael Dean, Melvin Edwards, Merike Estna, Gaia Fugazza, Penny Goring, Daiga Grantina, Caspar Heinemann, Max Hooper Schneider, Anna Hulačová, Pierre Huyghe, Derek Jarman, Sandra Jõgeva, Jamila Johnson-Small, Vytautas Jurevičius, E’wao Kagoshima, Sanya Kantarovsky, Agnese Krivade, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Žygimantas Kudirka, Tarek Lahkrissi, Lina Lapelytė, Kris Lemsalu, Klara Lidén, Elīna Lutce, Paul Maheke, Benoît Maire, marikiscrycrycry, Pierre Molinier, Maria Minerva, Moor Mother, Katja Novitskova, Precious Okoyomon, Pakui Hardware, planningtorock, Anu Põder, Laure Prouvost, Ieva Rojūtė, Rachel Rose, Augustas Serapinas, Michael E. Smith, Ülo Sooster, Christopher Soto, Achraf Touloub, Mare Tralla, Ola Vasiljeva, Kārlis Vērdiņš, Young Boy Dancing Group, Young Girl Reading Group (Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė).