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Justice League Dark Concept Artist Reveals NSFW Constantine & Swamp Thing Art from Cancelled Film

The DC Universe is home to a lot of great superhero teams such as the famous Justice League, the generational Justice Society of America, and the weird but amusing Doom Patrol . These aforementioned team-ups have already been adapted into movies and TV shows, but one intriguing group of heroes has yet to properly debut in live-action format: Justice League: Dark.

Justice League: Dark plays host to supernatural and magical heroes (and sometimes, anti-heroes) of the DC franchise. The team usually consists of John Constantine , Deadman, Zatanna, and Swamp Thing. The supernatural group was heavily featured in the animated realm of the DC Universe, paving the way for the debut of two films: Justice League: Dark and the highly-acclaimed Justice League: Apokolips War .

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Back in 2016, Doug Liman was tapped to helm the live-action Justice League: Dark team-up, but he backed out of the project. Still, many fans were curious about the overall outlook of the film. Now, new pieces of concept art have emerged, giving fans a glimpse at some of the designs of the film.

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Through several posts from Instagram, freelance illustrator Houston Sharp shared different concept arts from the unfinished Justice League: Dark film.

The first image shows off a unique look at Swamp Thing, depicting the anti-hero in spirit form. The image is accompanied with a caption from Sharp saying, "Doug had the idea of Swamp Thing being a spirit of the swamp, coming into form when a group of arsonists set the plants ablaze:"

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Swamp Thing Concept Art from Houston Sharp

Another image that was shared by Sharp provides fans with a full-blown look at Swamp Thing's size while looking upon the group of arsonists:

Swamp Thing Concept Art from Houston Sharp

The last piece of concept art highlights an amusing interaction between John Constantine and Klarion. Sharp shared an interesting tidbit about this art by revealing that Klarion is politely asking "Constantine for a turn with his whore:"

Constantine and Klarion Concept Art

Part of the fun of incorporating a team like Justice League: Dark is the weird and unique vibe that it gives off, and these unused pieces of designs clearly adapt the same element. In addition, the designs also stayed true to the comic book roots of the characters involved. Swamp Thing still has that immense passion in terms of protecting the "green," as he calls it, while Constantine's fun interactions with otherworldly beings are still in play.

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While it's clear that this particular version of Justice League: Dark will never see the light of day, it's still interesting to witness a glimpse of the project. The future of the supernatural group under the DCEU's Multiverse approach still remains to be seen, but previous rumors indicate that pieces are slowly coming together.

For instance, a film revolving around Constantine is reportedly in the works , while another project that will be focused on Zatanna is also heavily rumored to arrive soon. These two characters are the main players involved in the magical superhero group, and there's a high chance that a proper Justice League: Dark team-up project is on the horizon.

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Justice League Dark Concept Art Reveals Spirit Swamp Thing

Freelance illustrator Houston Sharp reveals an old Swamp Thing concept art piece he did for Doug Liman’s cancelled Justice League: Dark

Freelance illustration and concept artist Houston Sharp reveals an old design of Spirit Swamp Thing that he worked on with fellow artist David Masson for the DCEU film Justice League: Dark. Before its cancellation, Justice League: Dark or Dark Universe had Doug Liman attached as its director and Guillermo del Toro as a producer. The film was going to revolve around the DC superheroes who were supernatural and magical in nature, including Swamp Thing, John Constantine, Zatanna, Deadman, and others, and feature darker storylines and materials than ones the normal DCEU Justice League usually faces up against.

A horror movie within the DC Extended Universe would certainly have been fascinating, but both del Toro and Liman have left the project, citing scheduling conflicts and other projects. Most recently, a Justice League: DarkTV show developed by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot production company has been confirmed for HBO Max, which is quickly becoming the home to many new DCEU movies and shows. With the large volumes of films that the DCEU has scheduled for 2020 and 2021, audiences may finally see Justice League: Dark move forward with production with Bad Robot and HBO Max. 

Related: What Happened To DC’s Justice League Dark Movie

Not a lot of detail has been released about the Justice League: Dark TV show, but fans have been speculating about the DC horror feature for a long time. Luckily, a lot of concept art has surfaced during the project’s long time in development, with the most recent one being a Swamp Thing concept by freelance illustrators Sharp and David Masson. Sharp posted the piece on his Facebook page, and described how fun it was to work on the film with his fellow creators, despite its cancellation. The concept art depicts Swamp Thing as a spirit, who materializes when the swamp is set on fire by arsonists. Take a look at it below.

Fans may never get to see the completed Justice League: Dark movie that del Toro and Liman wanted to create, but it is clear that Sharp and Masson produced a fascinating and compelling piece of art for the project. Given Swamp Thing’s pivotal role in Dark Universe, this scene would have been a crucial moment in the film, and it stays true to the more ominous, grittier themes that DCEU promised for the horror film. Sharp also writes in the description that more Justice League: Dark concept pieces may be posted soon, so fans can anticipate more portrayals of what Liman intended for the project.

Though Justice League: Dark is no longer a DCEU movie, Abrams and his team may very well revisit some old ideas that other creators put forward for the project when entering production for the HBO Max TV show. DC films have been venturing into heavier, grimmer themes in recent years, especially seen in last year’s Joker the recent release of The Batman’s trailer, so a full on horror series from DC would be well-suited for the future of the universe and enthralling to audiences. Hopefully, more information (and more concept art) for the Justice League: Dark TV show will be released soon.

More: Justice League Dark: Everything Apokolips War Takes From Snyder’s DCEU

Source: Houston Sharp

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Swamp Pavilion

The Swamp Pavilion is a networked effort in creating new imaginary hybrid space for exercises in architectural and artistic practices, theory and pedagogy through various forms and formats of public interventions, field trips, workshops, lectures, discussions, chat channels and printed publications.

The grounding workshop of the Swamp Pavilion interrogates the relevance of a single country’s representation in the times of transnational crisis - existential threats of war and mutually assured destruction, of climate change and its enforcement of new global patterns of disaster and migration. Imaginigs of ephemeral architecture suspended between air and water allows one to look for new models for national borders which, rather than create divisions and mark territorial claims, instead propose novel forms of coexistence and interaction.

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Swamp School

Throughout the Biennale Architettura 2018, the Swamp School will function as a changing, flexible, open-ended infrastructure that supports experiments in design, pedagogy and artistic intelligence. Invited designers and scholars will conduct performative lectures and lead workshops for participants and visitors to the Biennale.

In exploring the imaginary of a swamp—a living organism in which borders defined by social, political and cultural factors are porous and permeable— the Swamp School will investigate an open artistic/architectural form, effective workshop and publication methodologies. The Swamp School will act as a pilot for future learning environments, informed by and informing the architecture and installations of its own space. Research questions will focus on creating public interfaces and manuals that support adaptation and learning to meet the demands of a changing environment.

Participating institutions: MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, University of Antwerp, Università Iuav di Venezia, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti - NABA Milan, The Art Institute at the Academy of Art and Design FHNW Basel, Institute of Aesthetic Practice and Theory IAeP, Academy of Art and Design FHNW Basel, University of Iceland, Vytautas Magnus University Kaunas, a.pass - advanced performance and scenography studies Brussels, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Contour Biennale 9 Mechelen, Design for the Living World Class at HFBK The University of Fine Arts Hamburg, Städelschule Architecture Class – Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste Frankfurt

The Biennale’s traditional format of “national pavilions” contradicts the global trend toward mutating geo-politics and uncertain nation-state hegemony. These pavilions contain artists who, themselves, often possess an idiosyncratic national identity, formed from an exciting puzzle of multiple countries. Furthermore, as the number of participant nations increases the fixed number of pavilions turns the desperate rental search by “non-owning pavilion countries” into an astonishing temporary real estate market for Venetians.

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In a time marked by existential threats of war and climate change, the Swamp School is a learning environment that sets up a cross-disciplinary dialogue to challenge conventional concepts of territory with aims to reorganize identities and realities and to envision the role of the immaterial in architecture, art, and nature.

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Manual functions as pedagogical tool and as a score to support new frameworks for sensorial approaches to environmental crises. Developed with students at MIT, the Swamp School Manual includes texts, photos, instructions, and notes on theory, design, architectural and artistic practices and experimental pedagogy in environmental sound, spatial choreography, and forms of commonism.

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Swamp Radio

On transmitting
Date: May 23-27, 2018

This chapter will engage participants in acoustic space explorations, radio experiments, environmental sound recordings, immersiveness of sound, and data sonification.

Sound is a powerful force in organizing space; it is sound not visuals that mark dramatic shifts from one world to another in non-linear ways. Sound is capable of simultaneity and non-linearity. It surrounds and immerses us, but above all, it resonates, allowing things to respond to each other. Acoustic vibrations resonate inside the body, creating different emotions, pleasures or fears. Sound helps to expand our external world – the urban environment, nature and outer space. Scientists and artists listen to the universe, and radio signals radiate far beyond our planet after transmission.

Futurity Island

On symbio-poetics
Date: June 26-30, 2018

Inspired by discussions on systemic aesthetics, collective intelligence, and plural ecology (symbio-poesis), this chapter is envisioned as a set of modules, chambers, and portals for design and artistic experiments to test prototype technologies and materials for future sensorial adaptation. The Futurity Island will provide participants a space to speculate on urban and material futures and will probe the usefulness of the concept “sympoiesis” itself as a habit of thought for the current period of environmental crisis, and as an aid toward imagining and working together in radical inter-disciplinarity toward desirable futures.

Commonism

On cohabitation
Date: September 24-29, 2018

Through contributions by theorists, designers and artists this chapter will interrogate the commons as an ideology - an aesthetic of the real - as a way of giving a form to society and our contemporary human condition. With an understanding of aesthetics as ‘the art of thinking beautifully,’ as way of seeing a better, more beautiful world, this chapter will learn from the reciprocating movements for the commons asking questions: how is the commons constituted in society, how does it shape our reality of living together, and what strategies and what aesthetics do artistic commoners follow?

Swamp School 2.0

Swamp School 2.0 / Pelkių mokykla opens on Thursday March 7, 5:30 PM at Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania.

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

Sonic Void. Architecture: Indrė Umbrasaitė; sound: Nicole L’Huillier, Lukas Tarvainis. 2018

Sonic Void. Architecture: Indrė Umbrasaitė; sound: Nicole L’Huillier, Lukas Tarvainis. 2018

Sonic Void. Architecture: Indrė Umbrasaitė; sound: Nicole L’Huillier, Lukas Tarvainis. 2018

Sonic Void. Architecture: Indrė Umbrasaitė; sound: Nicole L’Huillier, Lukas Tarvainis. 2018

Sonic Void. Architecture: Indrė Umbrasaitė; sound: Nicole L’Huillier, Lukas Tarvainis. 2018

Sonic Void. Architecture: Indrė Umbrasaitė; sound: Nicole L’Huillier, Lukas Tarvainis. 2018

Peat Column. Remigijus Daubaras and UAB

Peat Column. Remigijus Daubaras and UAB "Durpeta". 2019. Photo: Indrė Umbrasaitė

Peat Column. Remigijus Daubaras and UAB

Peat Column. Remigijus Daubaras and UAB "Durpeta". 2019

Opening of the *Swamp* School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the *Swamp* School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the *Swamp* School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the *Swamp* School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the *Swamp* School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the *Swamp* School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Olfactory Chambers. Reda Valentinavičienė and Jurga Katakinaitė-Jakubauskienė; with Gitana Zaleskienė. Architecture: Aušra Černiauskienė. 2018

Olfactory Chambers. Reda Valentinavičienė and Jurga Katakinaitė-Jakubauskienė; with Gitana Zaleskienė. Architecture: Aušra Černiauskienė. 2018

Hybrid Radio. Nicole L'Huillier. 2018

Hybrid Radio. Nicole L'Huillier. 2018

The Swamp Intelligence. sngan projection, facilitated by Jonas Kubilius. 2018

The Swamp Intelligence. sngan projection, facilitated by Jonas Kubilius. 2018

The Swamp Intelligence. sngan projection, facilitated by Jonas Kubilius. 2018

The Swamp Intelligence. sngan projection, facilitated by Jonas Kubilius. 2018

Venetian Soap - Entropic Souvenir. Thuy Le, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha. 2018

Venetian Soap - Entropic Souvenir. Thuy Le, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha. 2018

Venetian Soap - Entropic Souvenir. Thuy Le, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha. 2018

Venetian Soap - Entropic Souvenir. Thuy Le, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha. 2018

Making New Land: Salicornia Models. Thomas Pausz Studio with Hrefna Sigurðadóttir. 2018

Making New Land: Salicornia Models. Thomas Pausz Studio with Hrefna Sigurðadóttir. 2018

Making New Land: Salicornia Models. Thomas Pausz Studio with Hrefna Sigurðadóttir. 2018

Making New Land: Salicornia Models. Thomas Pausz Studio with Hrefna Sigurðadóttir. 2018

Swamp Ponchos: Building the Swamp Pavilion. Jautra Bernotaitė, Rasa Chmieliauskaitė, Aidas Čergelis, Aušra Černiauskienė, Justinas Dūdėnas, Milda Kulvičiūtė, Donatas Linkus, Andrius Ropolas, Antanas Šarkauskas ir Gabrielė Šarkauskienė, Indrė Umbrasaitė, Kęstutis Vaikšnoras, Paulius Vaitiekūnas; design: Sandra Straukaitė; pattern: Gailė Pranckūnaitė. 2018

Swamp Ponchos: Building the Swamp Pavilion. Jautra Bernotaitė, Rasa Chmieliauskaitė, Aidas Čergelis, Aušra Černiauskienė, Justinas Dūdėnas, Milda Kulvičiūtė, Donatas Linkus, Andrius Ropolas, Antanas Šarkauskas ir Gabrielė Šarkauskienė, Indrė Umbrasaitė, Kęstutis Vaikšnoras, Paulius Vaitiekūnas; design: Sandra Straukaitė; pattern: Gailė Pranckūnaitė. 2018

Swamp Ponchos: Building the Swamp Pavilion. Jautra Bernotaitė, Rasa Chmieliauskaitė, Aidas Čergelis, Aušra Černiauskienė, Justinas Dūdėnas, Milda Kulvičiūtė, Donatas Linkus, Andrius Ropolas, Antanas Šarkauskas ir Gabrielė Šarkauskienė, Indrė Umbrasaitė, Kęstutis Vaikšnoras, Paulius Vaitiekūnas; design: Sandra Straukaitė; pattern: Gailė Pranckūnaitė. 2018

Swamp Ponchos: Building the Swamp Pavilion. Jautra Bernotaitė, Rasa Chmieliauskaitė, Aidas Čergelis, Aušra Černiauskienė, Justinas Dūdėnas, Milda Kulvičiūtė, Donatas Linkus, Andrius Ropolas, Antanas Šarkauskas ir Gabrielė Šarkauskienė, Indrė Umbrasaitė, Kęstutis Vaikšnoras, Paulius Vaitiekūnas; design: Sandra Straukaitė; pattern: Gailė Pranckūnaitė. 2018

Swamp Ponchos: Building the Swamp Pavilion. Jautra Bernotaitė, Rasa Chmieliauskaitė, Aidas Čergelis, Aušra Černiauskienė, Justinas Dūdėnas, Milda Kulvičiūtė, Donatas Linkus, Andrius Ropolas, Antanas Šarkauskas ir Gabrielė Šarkauskienė, Indrė Umbrasaitė, Kęstutis Vaikšnoras, Paulius Vaitiekūnas; design: Sandra Straukaitė; pattern: Gailė Pranckūnaitė. 2018

Swamp Ponchos: Building the Swamp Pavilion. Jautra Bernotaitė, Rasa Chmieliauskaitė, Aidas Čergelis, Aušra Černiauskienė, Justinas Dūdėnas, Milda Kulvičiūtė, Donatas Linkus, Andrius Ropolas, Antanas Šarkauskas ir Gabrielė Šarkauskienė, Indrė Umbrasaitė, Kęstutis Vaikšnoras, Paulius Vaitiekūnas; design: Sandra Straukaitė; pattern: Gailė Pranckūnaitė. 2018

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

Aukštumala Swamp: Pioneering Study in Swampy Cultures (1902). Drawings by C.A. Weber

Aukštumala Swamp: Pioneering Study in Swampy Cultures (1902). Drawings by C.A. Weber

Aukštumala Swamp: Pioneering Study in Swampy Cultures (1902). Drawings by C.A. Weber

Aukštumala Swamp: Pioneering Study in Swampy Cultures (1902). Drawings by C.A. Weber

Aukštumala Swamp: Pioneering Study in Swampy Cultures (1902). Drawings by C.A. Weber

Aukštumala Swamp: Pioneering Study in Swampy Cultures (1902). Drawings by C.A. Weber

Aukštumala Swamp: Pioneering Study in Swampy Cultures (1902). Drawings by C.A. Weber

Aukštumala Swamp: Pioneering Study in Swampy Cultures (1902). Drawings by C.A. Weber

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

The Swamp School 2.0. VMU, Kaunas. 2019

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Swamp Manuals. Edited by Urbonas Studio, Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang; design: Anna Haas. 2018

Opening of the *Swamp* School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the *Swamp* School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Swamp TV. Questions, camera and editing: Gytis Dovydaitis. 2018 - ongoing

Swamp TV. Questions, camera and editing: Gytis Dovydaitis. 2018 - ongoing

Swamp TV. Questions, camera and editing: Gytis Dovydaitis. 2018 - ongoing

Swamp TV. Questions, camera and editing: Gytis Dovydaitis. 2018 - ongoing

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Opening of the Swamp School 2.0 at VMU Kaunas. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

Amphibian House. Architecture workshop by ŠA atelier. 2019

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Pelkių mokykla kuriama kaip atvira ir nuolat kintanti žinių infrastruktūra ir lavinimosi aplinka, skatinanti bendradarbiavimo eksperimentus tarp meno ir mokslo, humanitarikos ir pedagogikos, bei siekianti pakeisti mūsų minčių įpročius ir adaptuotis prie neišvengiamai nežinomos ateities ir neužtikrintumo, kuriuos atneša radikalūs pokyčiai.

Pelkė kaip hibridinė vaizduotės ir tyrimų laboratorija, yra ir gamtinė ekosistema ir metafora, nužyminti ir kelianti esminius mūsų laikmečio, paženklinto klimato kaitos ir dėl jos visame pasaulyje kylančių naujų katastrofų, karų ir migracijos maršrutų, klausimus.

Pelkių mokyklos elementai, pasklidę VDU mokslo ir studijų centro erdvės vertikalėje, siekia aktyvuoti žiūrovų/dalyvių sensorinį aparatą, lavinti jų gebėjimus orientuotis skirtinguose kontekstuose, ir veikti toliau už žmogiškosios kontrolės ribų.

Kuratoriai: Nomeda ir Gediminas Urbonai (MIT, VDU)
Ekspozicijos architektė: Indrė Umbrasaitė (Taikomųjų menų universitetas, Viena)

2018 metais Pelkių mokykla atstovavo Lietuvai 16-ojoje tarptautinėje architektūros bienalėje Venecijoje. Projektą Italijoje pristatė Lietuvos kultūros taryba, organizavo Architektūros fondas.

Pelkių mokyklos ekspozicijos elementai: Garso baublys, Kvapų drevės, Durpių kolona, Hibridinis radijas, Pelkių pončai, Pelkių intelektas, Pelkių muilas, Salikornijos žemė, Pelkių manualai, C.A. Weberio pelkių studija, Pelkių televizija, Amfibijos namas, Pelkių arbata, Pelkių video dokumentai: Aukštumala (Nestabilumas) ir Distiliacija

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  1. Pelkių mokykla 2.0
  2. Garso baublys
  3. Aukštumala. Nestabilumas
  4. Durpių kolona
  5. Kvapų drevės
  6. Hibridinis radijas
  7. Salikornijos modeliai
  8. Pelkės intelektas
  9. Kombuča
  10. Muilas suvenyras
  11. Pelkių pončai
  12. Weberio studija
  13. Manualai
  14. Pelkių TV
  15. Amfibijos namas
  16. Pelkių arbata

Archive

Here you will find photo and video documentation of the lectures, presentations, performances, interviews, as well as media coverage of the Swamp School. Subscribe to:
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Program

November 23, 2018
17:00 - Incantation Karaoke performance by Eglė Budvytytė
18:00 - Incantation Karaoke performance by Eglė Budvytytė
19:00 - LACUNA - Land of hidden spaces (12’15”), film screening by Elena Mazzi
19:30 - Black Pond (42’), film screening by Jessica Sarah Rinland

November 24, 2018
15.00 - The Antisinking Workshop by Carlo Gambirasio
16:30 - The Antisinking Workshop by Carlo Gambirasio
18:00 - Empathetic body performance by Inga Galinytė and Anna Papathasiou
19:00 - LACUNA - Land of hidden spaces (12’15”), film screening by Elena Mazzi
19:30 - Black Pond (42’), film screening by Jessica Sarah Rinland

November 25, 2018
15.00 - The Antisinking Workshop by Carlo Gambirasio
16:30 - The Antisinking Workshop by Carlo Gambirasio
18:00 - Acoustic Tipi performance by Erin Genia

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Incantation Karaoke
performance by Eglė Budvytytė

It is a 35 min performance channelling multiple entities and ideas bruised by modernity and extractivism through a form of a song.
"I am exploring the potential of rhyme, repetition, sonic alteration of the voice and the proximity of physical presence of myself to induce the audience into the altered mind states and singing."

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LACUNA – Land of hidden spaces
film by Elena Mazzi

LACUNA – Land of hidden spaces is part of a bigger project, called Reflecting Venice; this intends to investigate the possibility of responding to last years’ increase of environmental issues affecting Venice, in Italy. Through the application of an interdisciplinary methodology, Reflecting Venice explores technological innovation and its implications. Considering local context in conjunction with new environmental goals is beneficial in redefining their broader effectiveness and functionality. The video has the will to combine and intertwine the different ‘actors’ of the project: a prototype of solar wall made with mirrors, referring to Archimedes’ inventions, the ancient tradition of engraved glass in Murano (Venice), and the fragile environment of the Lagoon, now in peril.

Elena Mazzi was born in 1984 in Reggio Emilia (Italy). She received her BFA in 2007 in History of Art from Siena University, and her MFA in 2011 in Visual Art from IUAV, Venice University. She was selected for an exchange program at Royal Academy of Art (Konsthogskolan) of Stockholm. Her works have been displayed in many solo and collective exhibitions, among others: Whitechapel gallery in London, GAMeC in Bergamo, MAMbo in Bologna, AlbumArte in Rome, Sonje Art Center in Seoul, Palazzo Fortuny in Venice, 16° Rome Quadriennal, GAM Turin, 14° Istanbul Biennale, 17° BJCEM Mediterranean Biennale, EGE-European Glass Experience, Fittja Pavilion at the 14° Architecture Venice Biennale, COP17 in Durban, Italian Institute of Culture in New York, Brussels and Stockholm, Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation. She attended different residency programs and workshops such as HIAP (FI), GuilmiArtProject (IT), Via Farini (IT), Foundation Botin (SP), Bevilacqua La Masa (IT), Future Farmers A.I.R. (USA), Fondazione Spinola Banna (IT), Dolomiti contemporanee (IT), Botkyrka Konsthall AIR (SE).
She is the winner, among others, of XVII Ermanno Casoli Prize, STEP Beyond, OnBoard grant, Thalie Art Foundation grant, VISIO Young Talent Acquisition prize, Eneganart prize, Illy grant for Unidee, Pistoletto Foundation, ntcm e l’arte, m-cult media and technology program, Special mention for Arte Patrimonio e diritti umani, Antworks award, Sandretto Re Rebaudengo prize, Lerici Foundation grant and Movin’up Italian prize for young Italian artists abroad.

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Black Pond
film by Jessica Sarah Rinland
16mm film digital transfer, 35mm film stills, Archive, 42 minutes, 2018

Black Pond is an odyssey across a common land in the south of England told through the hands of the members of the Natural History Society who currently occupy it.

Argentine-British artist filmmaker, Jessica Sarah Rinland has exhibited work in galleries, cinemas, film festivals and universities internationally including New York Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, Rotterdam, Oberhausen, Edinburgh International Film Festival and Bloomberg New Contemporaries. She has received grants from Arts Council England, Wellcome Trust, Elephant Trust and elsewhere. Residencies include MacDowell Colony, Kingston University, Locarno Academy and Berlinale Talents. Her most recent multi-screen, randomized installation We Account The Whale Immortal was exhibited at Somerset House, London in 2016. She is currently an Associate Artist at Somerset House Studios, a Schnitzer prize awardee at M.I.T., and a Film Studies Center Fellow at Harvard University.

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The Antisinking Workshop
conceived by Carlo Gambirasio, curated by Irene Angenica and Marco Bianchessi

The Purpose of the Antisinking workshop is to find utopian solutions for the Venetian sinking problem with a different approach: people’s Intelligence. The project wants to Collect the ideas of all the individuals used to hear about this problem and currently live in the city. Both and visitors can take part to this “thinking machine” sharing solutions filled with the humbleness of the ordinary citizen who doesn't have technical skills which could undermine the out-of-the-box thinking. The workshop would last for 30m. It will starts with a 10 minutes introduction, with the contribution of two experts: Alice Staro (geologist) and Andrea Biffi (Biologist). After this introduction will be asked to the participants to draw an utopian idea to solve the sinking problem. At the end of the workshops days all the projects will be given to the Venice municipality.

Carlo Gambirasio (b. 1994, Verona) holds a BFA from NABA and currently pursues his MFA at the same institution. The thought of Carlo originates from a careful analysis of the contemporary visual culture. His works often consist of imagined devices utilizing new technologies; capable of conveying a particular concept, reflecting on the logic and rules of the ‘artificial’ worlds with the aim of understanding and modifying them. Some of the exhibitions he participated in are: Sensations without Conditions (Istanbul, 2018), Share Project (Turin,2018), Roasted Spin, FuturDome (Milan, 2017); Exi Shapes, Spazio Morel (Lugano, 2017); The Great Learning, La Triennale (Milan, 2017).

Marco Bianchessi (b. 1994, Monza). He began his studies at the classical high school of Monza, he decides to devote himself to art from the university, attending first the Naba in Milan where he graduated in "Painting and Visual Arts"; and then complete the course at the Ca Foscari in Venice in "Economics and Management of Arts and Cultural Activities".The presence of economic-managerial knowledge combined with a real artistic approach, allows him to have an overview of the art world. A lover of everything related to art, he divides his interests between music and visual arts.

Irene Angenica (b. 1991, Catania). She deals with curating and didactic. Since 2016 she founded and directs Porto dell'Arte - appointments for the promotion of artists in apartments, a non-profit project aimed at encouraging and supporting young artists through the creation of site-specific exhibitions. Her research is based on contemporary art experimentation, preferring the artistic medium of the installation.

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Empathetic body
Inga Galinyte ir Anna Papathanasiou

Inga & Anna are hoping to have their meeting in The Swamp Pavilion and perform their first physical depiction of Long Term Relationship project with a performance under the title ‘The empathetic body’ structured on so far collected data within the context of the swamp as a natural valuable state of creation, both in nature and art and as a manifestation of the strong connection to nature’s wisdom to have more than one ways of being and generating vitality.

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Acoustic Tipi
performance by Erin Genia

The Acoustic Tipi sound amplifier is a drum interface that invites people to create audible vibrations, which will reverberate through space.
The Acoustic Tipi references Unktehi — a supernatural water serpent of Dakota legend who is responsible for flooding and peril in the water — and Wakinyan — thunder beings who bring atmospheric catastrophe, warning of impending flooding, sea-level rise, and the increased intensity of planetary storms due to climate and environmental change.
Through the sound of the drum, Acoustic Tipi provides an encounter, a moment of reflection, upon the interrelatedness of life on earth and throughout the universe. The piece allows up to four people to play at once, creating a collaboration that reduces the distance between the art and viewer, and each other. The piece is a call for unity to address the issues causing ecological decline, which, according to Dakota perspectives, is the responsibility of all people.

Erin Genia (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate) is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice follows various strands, merging cultural imperatives, pure expression, and exploration of materiality, with a response to past, present, and future matters. Erin is concerned with creating a powerful presence of Indigeneity in the arts and sciences to invoke an evolution of thought and practice in societal instruments that are aligned with the cycles of the natural world and the potential of humanity. Her work has received attention from diverse audiences, and been exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, and the Museum of Northwest Art. Erin was awarded the AAF/ Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts in 2018 and received her first public art commission for “Resilience: Anpa O Wicahnpi” from the City of Seattle Office of Arts and Culture. She is a 2017 First Peoples Fund fellow and graduate researcher at ACT/MIT.

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Date: May 23-27, 2018
Chapter: Swamp Radio (on transmitting)

The opening week of the Swamp School with the Swamp Radio engaged the audience in acoustic space explorations from radio experiments, to environmental sound recordings, immersiveness of sound, and data sonification.

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Date: June 25-30, 2018
Chapter: Futurity Island (on sympoietics)

Inspired by discussions on radical imagination, indigenous thought, collective intelligence, and plural ecology, this chapter of the Swamp School invites participants to speculate and develop new habits of thought for the era of environmental crisis. The Futurity Island will provide participants a space to speculate on urban and material futures and will probe the usefulness of the concept “sympoiesis” toward imagining and working together in radical inter-disciplinarity toward desirable futures.

Monday, June 25

1:00 – 2:00 PM Welcome and Coffee
2:00 – 5:00 PM Afternoon program:
Futures, Islands and Symbiotic Imaginations – opening symposium
Evocation of the Swamp by Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas, KIT NTNU and ACT MIT (Lithuania / USA)
Swamps and Islands by Kristupas Sabolius, philosopher, associate professor at Vilnius University / MIT research affiliate (Lithuania)
Auto Sym Allo: Poiesis of the Mud Muse by Lars Bang Larsen, curator and art historian, professor at RIA Stockholm (Denmark / Sweden)
5:00 – 6:00 PM Discussion: Building up New Vocabularies
6:00 – 7:00 PM Swamp Tea
7:00 – 8:30 PM Evening program:
Land, Water, Ice, Subsoil and the Submarine, a film program by Ilona Jurkonytė, film critic and curator, PhD candidate at Concordia University in Montreal (Lithuania / Canada) in conversation with Edward Lawrenson, a London-based filmmaker.
Screening of the film Uppland – directed by Edward Lawrenson, research Killian Doherty, 30 min., 2018

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Date: September 24-29, 2018
Chapter: Commonism (On Cohabitation)
Interlocutors: Nico Dockx, artist (Belgium) and Pascal Gielen, sociologist (Belgium)

Through contributions by theorists, designers, and artists, this chapter will interrogate the commons as an ideology—an aesthetic of the real—as a way of giving a form to society and our contemporary human condition. With an understanding of aesthetics as ”the art of thinking beautifully,“ as a way of seeing a better, more beautiful world, this chapter will learn from the reciprocating movements for the commons, asking questions: how is the commons constituted in society, how does it shape our reality of living together, and what strategies and what aesthetics do artistic commoners follow?

Monday, September 24
5:00 – 6:00 PM Welcome and Coffee
6:00 – 7:00 PM Evening program:
Noi e L’Albero book launch with Valentina Ivancich, neuropsychiatrist (Italy)
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Systems Seduction lecture by Gary Zhexi Zhang, artist (UK)
Parasite (物流) film by Gary Zhexi Zhang, 12 min., 2017

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Manual

Manual functions as pedagogical tool and as a score to support new frameworks for sensorial approaches to environmental crises. Developed with students at MIT, the Swamp School Manual includes texts, photos, instructions and notes on theory, design, architectural and artistic practices and experimental pedagogy in environmental sound, spatial choreography, and forms of commonism.
Printed copies of the Manual are distributed during the Swamp School in Venice and by project partners. To download digital copies of .pdfs click links bellow:
Manual 1: Swamp Radio [on Transmitting]
Manual 2: Futurity Island [on Sympoietics]
Manual 3: Commonism [on Cohabitation]

Manual researchers and editors: Kyle Branchesi, Chelsea S. Bruck, Erin Genia, Monica Hutton, Nicolás Kisic Aguirre, Antonio Moya-Latorre, Shane Reiner-Roth, Indrani Saha, Thuy Thanh Le, Gary Zhexi Zhang.

Design: Anna Haas

Book

Swamps and the New Imagination. On the Future of Cohabitation in Art, Architecture, and Philosophy
The book, edited by Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas and Kristupas Sabolius, published and distributed by Sternberg Press and MIT Press in 2020, sets up a cross-disciplinary dialogue to challenge conventional concepts of territory with aims to reorganize identities and realities and to envision the role of the immaterial in architecture, art, and nature. Contributors consider the vital urgency of human cohabitation with other forms of life, beginning a dialogue with possible futures.

It is not easy to define a swamp, even in biology. The term is frequently used to characterize marshes, bogs, mires, wetlands, meadows, and other grey zones between land and water. In that sense, “swamp” is a metonym for a variety of transitional ecosystems and functions. This book invokes that concept as a tool to address the vital urgency of human cohabitation with other forms of life, placing the swamp at the crossroad of disciplines and practices. It is more than a biological ecosystem; it is a milieu of manifold sympoietic relationships, a locus of imagination, fostering the dialogue for possible futures. It is also a very particular modality—“an interface of Gaia”—offering a “face,” a certain physiognomy to faceless networks of relations, inviting us to engage in regimes of entanglement. The contributors to this volume expand on swampy notions, probing global and speculative art and architecture, intercalating philosophy and queer theory, and filtering these notions through the lens of posthumanist ecology, informed by the histories and theories of cybernetics, sociology, and the commons.

Contributors
Lorena Bello and Brent D. Ryan, Nikola Bojić, Chiara Bottici, Jonathan Jae-an Crisman and Newton Harrison, Glorianna Davenport and Gershon Dublon, T.J. Demos, Vittoria Di Palma, Jennifer Gabrys, Tinna Grétarsdóttir and Sigurjón Baldur Hafsteinsson, Stefan Helmreich, Stefanie Hessler, Yuk Hui, Giedrė Jankevičiūtė, Caroline A. Jones, Lars Bang Larsen, Bruno Latour, Gintautas Mažeikis, Astrida Neimanis, Kate Orff and Mariel Villeré, Andrew Pickering, Kristina Lee Podesva, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, María Puig de la Bellacasa and Dimitris Papadopoulos, Cristina Ricupero, Eglė Rindzevičiūtė, Kristupas Sabolius, Saskia Sassen, Caterina Scaramelli, Marco Scotini, Pelin Tan, Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas, Angela Vettese

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Global Expeditions

The Global Expeditions focus on a study of the swamp ecosystem –both material and immaterial– to acquire unique practical and theoretical knowledge to be used in scripting the workshops organized as a part of the Swamp School during summer/fall 2018 in Venice.

Each expedition brings together artists, engineers, philosophers, historians, biologists, and a supporting research group. During the expeditions, collected material and acquired knowledge will be published in manuals and will be used in workshops as inspirational and technical guides. Expeditionary research of terminology, ecosystem, processes, hybridity, modality, social and political aspects found in the swamp, plasticity, slime, and mucus phenomenologies reveals the relationships between humankind, nature, and architecture and creates circumstances to synthesise new architectural materiality.

Lecture Series

The lecture series Hello World? takes its name from the basic script that is written as the first foray into programming language. Taking inspiration from Stafford Beer’s cybernetic dream, the program of the lecture series scripts the construction process of the Swamp Pavilion to expand existing and create new perspectives on forms of representation and pedagogy.

Hello World? is the twenty-first event in the series organized by the Architecture Fund that stands for building a new vocabulary across emergent discourses, calling for criticality and ethics in the time of crisis and post-truth. Starting in fall 2017, seven invited speakers engaged the audience at the National Gallery of Art in Lithuania by presenting their research to push boundaries of discipline, interrogate discursive forms of architectural practice, and produce new spaces for alternative imaginaries. The lectures, free and open to public, are organized by a group of volunteers from the field of architecture and art. Each lecture and its corresponding discussion with the public is available online. 

Invited speakers: Beatriz Colomina, Kristupas Sabolius, Peter Swinnen, Ann Lui and Mimi Zeiger, Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas.

Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas - SWAMP: our brain, planetary kidney and architecture of cohabitation

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Peter Swinnen - The architect as policy whisperer

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Kristupas Sabolius - Matter and form of the imagination

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Beatriz Colomina - The City of Social Media

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Ann Lui and Mimi Zeiger - Approaching Citizenship

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Contributors

pass, artists (Belgium), Gary Zhexi Zhang, artist (UK/USA)

Press

Swamp School on Art in America [by Stephen Zacks]

Swamp School on the Artribune, the most read Italian magazine [by Lorenza Pignatti]

Swamp Pavilion, Part II: Futurity Island on Archinect [by Shane Reiner-Roth]

Swamp Pavilion, Part I: Swamp Radio on Archinect [by Shane Reiner-Roth]

Swamp School Manual on Archinect [by Shane Reiner-Roth]

The Swamp School 2nd E-flux announcement

The Swamp School 1st E-flux announcement

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Team

Commissioner Pippo Ciorra

Curators Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas

Assistant Curators Jautra Bernotaitė, Andrius Ropolas, Kristupas Sabolius, Indrė Umbrasaitė, Paulius Vaitiekūnas

Architects of the Swamp School infrastructure Indrė Umbrasaitė, Adelė Dovydavičiūtė, Rasa Chmieliauskaitė, Aidas Čergelis, Aušra Černiauskienė, Justinas Dūdėnas, Milda Kulvičiūtė, Donatas Linkus, Antanas Šarkauskas & Gabrielė Šarkauskienė, Kęstutis Vaikšnoras

Curatorial advisors Nikola Bojić, Nico Dockx, Tobias Putrih

Project Ambassador Julija Reklaitė

Project Manager Mindaugas Reklaitis

Production Coordinators Adelė Dovydavičiūtė, Indrė Ruseckaitė, Marco Scurati, Alessandro Zorzetto

Volunteers Aleksandr Čebotariov, Greta Čerškutė, Gytis Dovydaitis, Dovilė Gudavičiūtė, Santa Korsakaitė, Viktorija Mankevičiūtė, Gabrielė Mikalauskaitė, Morta Pilkaitė, Diana Poškienė, Gabija Strockytė, Tomas Valentinaitis

Editors Jonathan Crisman, Mariel Villere

Proofreading Carolyn Shea

Design NODE Berlin Oslo

Manual design Anna Haas

Web development Marco Land

Communication managers Autoriai / Giedrė Šileikytė, Marta Atzeni

Producer Architektūros Fondas / Sandra Šlepikaitė

Presented by Lithuanian Council for Culture

Contact

Location
Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 1814,
30122 Venezia VE, Italy

Opening time
Tuesday–Sunday
10:00 AM–6:00 PM

Email
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MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, University of Antwerp, Università Iuav di Venezia, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti - NABA Milan, The Art Institute at the Academy of Art and Design FHNW Basel, Institute of Aesthetic Practice and Theory IAeP, Academy of Art and Design FHNW Basel, University of Iceland, Vytautas Magnus University Kaunas, a.pass - advanced performance and scenography studies Brussels, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Contour Biennale 9 Mechelen, Design for the Living World Class at HFBK The University of Fine Arts Hamburg, Städelschule Architecture Class – Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste Frankfurt

Supporters

Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, MIT School of Architecture and Planning, MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT), MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST), The Nordic Culture Fund, OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Urbonas Studio, UAB Durpeta

Special thanks to Vaiva Andriušytė, Guoda Bardauskaitė, Judith Barry, Karolina Čiplytė, Embassy Of The Republic Of Lithuania To The Italian Republic, Milda Grabauskaitė, Jeremy Grubman, Stefan Helmreich, Stefanie Hessler, Rūta Kazėnaitė, Julija Kiršienė, Vytas Matrosovas, Lina Mozūraitė, National Gallery Of Art (Lithuania), Liutauras Nekrošius, Nida Art Colony, Romas Pakalnis and Nerijus Zableckis (Lithuanian Fund for Nature), Johan Pas, Kristina Lee Podesva, Gailė Pranckūnaitė, Asta Radzevičienė, Hashim Sarkis, Caroline Schneider, Jūratė Sendžikaitė, Marialuisa Tadei, Daina Urbanavičienė, Melissa Vaughn, Leila Wheatley Kinney, Anne Whiston Spirn, Laimonas Zakas, Ina Žurkuvienė

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Concept art swamp

A rubber hose with a tap and a glass tip was screwed onto the heating pad. This disassembled device was already hanging in the bathroom in the morning, warning Seryozha about the upcoming enema. In that form, it did not work and now it should have worked in the finished state.

Why You Should CHEAT at CONCEPT ART

Yes, yes, a chair in the same sense. According to the authors' conviction, I had to walk, by and large, twice a day, with the accuracy of the Kremlin chimes. For this, the parents themselves were asked to choose the time, my mother stopped at 7-15 and 16-15.

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Safely stored, not accessible to many, as a valuable prize, which she will give only to someone who can smoke it. To give the most acute inheritance that men are destined to experience in life. I put my hands under the berry and moved her flower more comfortably to my mouth.

The slender legs swung open like a gate of paradise together with the rose petals of its swollen bud. I began to lick him carelessly, as something very expensive and irreplaceable.



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