Assoc. Prof. Česlovas Lukenskas
Dean of Vilnius Academy of Arts
This talk will develop thoughts how do I understand an interdisciplinary art project as part of practice–based artistic research at a higher education institution. The lecture will be based on self–analysis of creative practice.
Since 1985, Česlovas Lukenskas (*1959) has been actively involved in contemporary interdisciplinary art and performative projects, exhibitions. He organized various contemporary art events, and published many publications. He organized and has participated in more than a hundred different projects and exhibitions, which won various awards and scholarships at home and abroad. He is the founder and member of the legendary artist group Post–Ars. His works have been acquired by the Lithuanian National Museum, National Art Gallery, MKČ National Museum, MO (Museum of Modern Art) as well as private galleries and collectors in Lithuania, Germany, France, UK.