You are here with your machine.
So am I.
How much you would be willing to pay for a mystery of dark matter right now?
Have we all learned how to be human at home?
Different reasons why your snowman looks dirty.
Butterfly might carry a bacteria.
Have we all learned how to be human at home?
⚠ What do I dream about?
Two questions about squirrels in a park.
There is a device which can transport your big, as well as your small dog to the other side.
We have four dinosaurs at home and they all are different.
1138.2 Square Centimetres of Filled Surface
The mechanism that grabs is watched by the hippopotamus.
Great memories (sizewise).
Great memories (sizewise) including giraffe.
It is easy to assume most activities are pretty awkward for a giraffe.
The duck finds two balls in a box, which over time has been surrounded by grass.
Device which can transport your big, as well as your small dog to the other side.
London Gallery Weekend with domobaal, London (2021); How much you would be willing to pay for a mystery of dark matter right now?, The Latvian National Opera and Ballet, Riga (2021); Have we all learned how to be human at home?, domobaal, London (2021); Not far from here you can find sculptures, performances, installations and paintings, Rožupe Culture House, Latvia (2021); The First Edition, BadIdeasCollective.com, platform/Five Years, London (2020); Different reasons why your snowman looks dirty, The Smallest Gallery in Riga (2020); Suddenly It All Blossoms, The 2nd Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (2020); Two questions about squirrels in a park, Speaker's Corner, Hyde-Park London (2019); Lead Lights, Staro Rīga (2019) with Aija Smirnova; Two Cakes, Five Years, London (2018) with James Tailor; Nominated for Latvian Television and Latvian Radio Kilogram of Culture Award 2018; There is, Shoreditch Library, London (2018); We have four dinosaurs at home and they all are different, Code Copenhagen (2018); For Household Use, Careva, Riga (2018); Great Memories (size wise), Art Station Dubulti, Jurmala (2018); Seep, PEER, London (2017); Nominated for Arts Foundation Fellowship 2018 (London); And the Horizon was Dying Over the Tourist, Republic Gallery, London (2017); Creekside 2017, Selected by Alison Wilding, A.P.T Gallery, London (2017); Nominated for Clifford Chance and UAL Sculpture Prize 2017; Dept of Subjective Archeology; Annihilation Event, Lethaby Gallery, London (2017); Impositions, Tate Exchange, Tate Modern Blavatnik Building (2017); The Ingram Collection Young Contemporary Talent Exhibition, Cello Factory, London (2016); UKYA National Biennale: Derby 2016, Museum and Art Gallery (2016); Industrialism, Contemporary Art Gallery Livani (2016); Residency at Warton House, Acme Studios’ Residency & Awards Programme, London (2016/2017); Inside/Outside, House on Patriarch Ponds, Moscow (2016); Helen Scott Lidgett Studio Award 2016/2017 (selected by Cathy de Monchaux, Hannah Corbett, Arran Scott Lidgett & Graham Ellard), Acme Studios’ Residency & Awards Programme; Do, Undo, Redo, The Crossing; Lethaby Gallery, London (2016); Nominated and shortlisted for Red Mansion Art Prize 2016, (China / United Kingdom); For Art's Sake, Unit 101, Camden Market, London (2016); This is Us, Museum of London (2015); Something happened on the way from Mars, Futuro House, London 2015; Global Art joint curriculum (2015) - Tokyo University of the Arts and Central Saint Martins, UAL; Complex Topography: The Garden, Shōkō Shōreikan (Setouchi Triennale), Takamatsu (2015);Residency ’Complex Topography: the Garden’(CSM-TUA Global Art Joint Project (Setouchi Triennale), Temporary Arts Project, TAP Gallery, Southend (2015); Remember Nature (project with CSM, Gustav Metzger and Serpentine Gallery), The CSM Street, London (2015); We All Draw, Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London (2015); Human Nature, Archive Gallery, London (2015); Summer Exhibition 2015, Royal Academy of Arts; At Play, SU CHELSEA Space, London (2015); 30 of 30, Gallery of Artists’ Union of Lithuania (2015); You’re The Reason Our Kids Are Ugly, The Laundry E8, London (2015); Dominance As Collaboration, Cenamaximale, London (2015) with Sivan Lavie; State Culture Capital Foundation Scholarship 2014-2015, (Latvia); Cecil Lewis Sculpture Scholarship 2014, UAL; MA (Distinction) Fine Art (2014 -16) – Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, UAL; Pauls Puzinas Grant in Arts 2014, supported by Pauls Puzinas family (Latvia / USA); Constructed, Gallery of Olga Makeeva, Kemerovo (2013); Space for Mind Migration, Connecting Cities Network (2013); BA (Hons) Painting (2012 -14) – Art Academy of Latvia; Vihelms Purvitis Premium 2014, Art Academy of Latvia; Ludolfs Liberts Grant in Arts 2013, supported by Ludolfs Liberts Foundation, (Latvia / USA); Residency ‘Constructed’, Kemerovo (2013); Connecting Cities – Artist and Curator Workshop Marseille (2013); Workshop ‘New Media Workshop with Franz Fischnaller’, Riga (2012); Spectators, Staro Rīga (2012) with Dita Lesina; Seven Deadly Sins, Proud2b Space, Riga (2011); Environmental Art (2010 -12) – Art Academy of Latvia.
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