You are here with your machine.
So am I.
Bad Ideas Collective - Volumes 1 & 2 : An Afternoon of Parallel Reality, Lethaby Gallery, London (2021); Publiek Park, Friends of S.M.A.K. museum, Ghent (2021); 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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