Baltic Triennial

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 Aleksandra Domanović, Things to Come (2014) (detail). Photo: Ugnius Gelguda

Aleksandra Domanović, Things to Come (2014) (detail). Photo: Ugnius Gelguda

 

Eva Scharrer visits Baltic Triennial 14, searching for a stable sense of place amidst the (art)world’s dizzying reopening. But has geography ever really been immutable, or is change the only constant?

 Left to Right: Marija TeresėRožanskaitė, Flaka Haliti, AnnaDaučíková, Mladen Stilinović.

Left to Right: Marija Teresė Rožanskaitė, Flaka Haliti, Anna Daučíková, Mladen Stilinović.
Photo: Ugnius Gelguda

The neoliberal myth of total free-flow – of bodies, art, and capital – is dead, even as the press trip lives on. After a year spent tethered in place, Ingrid Luquet-Gad visits the 14th Baltic Triennial, searching for the balance between connectivity and context.