Sun & Sea (Marina)

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ISBN: 9788857241012 Category:

Lucia Pietroiusti

Description

The catalogue of the Lithuanian Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale.

Sun & Sea (Marina), a vinyl/publication designed by Åbäke, is produced on the occasion of the Lithuanian Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Responding to the performance that gives the album its name, texts in this publication focus on the shoreline as a space of projection, imagination and ecological anxiety.

Imagine a beach – you within it, or better: watching from above – the burning sun, sunscreen and bright bathing suits and sweaty palms and legs. Tired limbs sprawled lazily across a mosaic of towels. Imagine the occasional squeal of children, laughter, the sound of an ice cream van in the distance. The musical rhythm of waves on the surf, a soothing sound (on this particular beach, not elsewhere). The crinkling of plastic bags whirling in the air, their silent floating, jellyfish-like, below the waterline. The rumble of a volcano, or of an airplane, or a speedboat. Then a chorus of songs: everyday songs, songs of worry and of boredom, songs of almost nothing. And below them: the slow creaking of an exhausted Earth, a gasp.

Additional information

Weight 354 g
Dimensions 30.5 x 30.5 cm
Publisher name Skira Editore S.p.A
Publication date 6 January 2020
Number of pages
Format CD-Audio
Dimensions 30.5 x 30.5 cm
Weight 354 g

Lucia Pietroiusti (b. 1985, based in London) is Curator of General Ecology and Live Programmes at London's Serpentine Galleries. As part of the General Ecology project, Pietroiusti works collaboratively with artists, scientists, academics and partner institutions to embed ecological and complex worldviews throughout the Galleries' programs, structure, collaborations and outputs.

Åbäke, a transdisciplinary collective, has worked with such institutions as the British Council, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Serpentine Gallery, with fashion brands as Maison Margiela or Kitsuné, music grounds as Air and Daft Punk and contemporary artists as Johanna Billing, Ryan Gander, Fritz Haeg, Martino Gamper, or Francis Upritchard.