Rare art documentaries in the program of the exhibition Radical Light

Estonian premiere of “Troublemakers” at Kai

Anne Katrine Senstad’s immersive light installation Radical Light is open at Kai from the end of January. On February 5th, the film and lecture programwill launch with the screening of James Crump’s Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art (2015), which has been named “one of the greatest art documentaries of the last 50 years”. The program also includes rare films on Robert Smithson’s work Spiral Jetty (1970), as well as Nancy Holt’s desert sculpture Sun Tunnels (1978). Tickets 5€/3€.

 

On February 28th at 7pm, a concert by Sámi singer Marita Isobel Solbergtitled Joiking Light will take place in the middle of Anne Senstad’s light installation. More info coming soon!

 

Radical Light is open until April 26th. Exhibition ticket is 8€/5€, with 5€ discounted admission for all every Tuesday. If you want to visit Kai more often, then with Kai Art Center’s Annual Pass you can see all the exhibitions for an unlimited number of times. In addition to exhibitions, the Kai Supporter’s Pass will give you free access to Kai cinema’s movie screenings and a work signed by Anne Katrine Senstad as a gift. Read more here.

Valentine’s Day Special Screening

13. veebruaril toimub Kai kinos filmi “Fred Jüssi. Olemise ilueriseanss, millele järgneb vestlus režissöör Jaan Tootseniga. Tule ja naudi pehmetel patjadel filmi, mis mõjub nagu leebe teraapiasessioon või loodusmatk ilma linnast lahkumata. Loe intervjuud Jaan Tootseniga Müürilehest.

 

On Valentine’s Day, February 14th, Kai cinema will premiere the new movie by French director Claude Lelouch of the A Man and A Woman fame, titled The Best Years of a Life (2019). The film is in French with Estonian subtitles. Screenings will take place at 6.30pm and 8.30pm. Before (or after) the movie, you can enjoy a special Valentine’s Day dinner at the cosy Lore Bistroo on the ground floor of the Kai building.

 

In addition, Kai hosts weekly movie nights Sõprus at Kai on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Every Sunday children’s movie and art mornings take place. See the full February movie schedule here.

Kai resident in February: Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė

Kai resident in February is Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė. Barzdžiukaitė (lives and works in Vilnius) is an artist, filmmaker and theatre director. She is one of three artists representing Lithuania at 2019 Venice Biennale with the performance-installation Sun & Sea (Marina), which won the Golden Lion for the best national pavilion. Her latest full-length documentary film-essay Acid Forestwas awarded at the Locarno International Film Festival and it continues to travel to film festivals around the world.

 

Read more about Kai residency program here.

Come and work at Kai coworking space!

Kai’s seaside coworking space (Peetri 12, Noblessner) is looking for new residents. You can rent a desk for a day, a week, or for a longer period. You can also book meeting rooms Kiisk (for 8 people) and Säinas (for 16 people). Read more about the shared office here and come check out our space!