LINARDS KULLESS

Linards Kulless is a latvian interdisciplinary visual artist. For many years he worked as cultural manager in a couple of Riga art projects. Now he works in different media like video, photo and installation. The artistic playground of Linards includes theatre performances, paintings, outfit and interior concepts. Linards also works as a VJ  since 2001.   He exposes his work in art exhibitions since 1999 in many European countries.  In his art projects there are often found ethnographic influences, esoteric knowledge and a search for identity. 

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  1. Linards Kulless: “Es labāk pasaku ko labu ūdens glāzei”

    Elīna Sproģe. 2014.

    Interview for http://www.arterritory.com  

    http://www.arterritory.com/lv/teksti/intervijas/3649-linards_kulless_es_labak_pasaku_ko_labu_udens_glazei/

  2. Linards Kulless. Apkārt visai pasaulei ar prieku un auseklīti  

    Alise Tīfentāle. 2005.

    Interview for visual art magazine Studia. (Latvia)

    http://www.studija.lv/index.php?parent=1257

  3. GAISA PILS 

    Kaspars Vanags, 2002.

    Article about artist group Maize contribution to latvian exposition at the 8th Venice architecture biennale.

    http://www.studija.lv/index.php?parent=1769

  4. Catalogue 'Castle of light'.

    Catalogue for artist group Maize contribution to latvian exposition at the 8th Venice architecture biennale. 2002.

    maize's contribution to latvian exposition at the 8th venice architecture biennale was the video work 'castle of light'.

    latvian exposition focused on the work of the latvia-born american architect gunnar birkerts, in particular his project for the new national library of latvia in riga (as yet unbuilt).

    the name 'castle of light' refers to latvian pre-christian cosmology, denoting a mythological repository of knowledge. because of its methapohocial power, the name was chosen as a nickname for the national library.

    maize's work complemented the exposition by exploring the relationship of mythology and everyday life.

    http://weiland.rixc.lv/gaismaspils.htm