HeimsEndir Í sprungu alheimsins finnum við veröldinabresta.Milli veruleika og stjarnheimaHuginn & Muninn mætast. Vængjablak þeirra sameinaöndverð öfl. Blæ & Brimi ástarbrími andhverfa. Í ljósum logum norðurhvelsinshimingeimur & grund stíga dans hálfmánansog verða eitt. Vegvísir til enda veraldar. Edge of the World In the crack of the universe We feel the world bursting.In between reality and […]


“saps què s’amagasota el pacífic verdvellutat d’arbres?                       el roig què xucla la blancaflor, per créixer tan fràgilsi no és el foc?” Anna Dodas i Noguer,  1961 / 1986 _Info Event / Lluèrnia 2019 Where / Olot, Catalonia Date / November 2019 _Dimensions Height / 450 cm Width / 600 cm Depth / 600 cm […]

Armillary sphere

“An astrolabe is an ancient tool used in solving problems that involve time and the position of the Sun and stars. Astrolabes can be used in timekeeping, surveying, geography, and astronomy to name a few disciplines. ” Source – Wikipedia _Info Event / Sviests 2019 Where / Valmiermuiža, Latvia Date / June 2019 _Dimensions Height […]


Baltic Unity day (Lithuanian: Baltų vienybės diena, Latvian: Baltu vienības diena) is a commemorative day celebrated on September 22 in Lithuania and Latvia. It was recognized as such in 2000 by both the Seimas of Lithuania and Saeima of Latvia commemorating the 1236 Battle of Saule, where the joint pagan Samogitian and Semigallian forces decisively […]

Sviesta Ķērne

The fire sculpture „Butter Churn” refers through its name and shape to the name of the festival (Sviests – Butter) and reminds of its basic idea – butter as a symbol of the most precious one can get from milk through active human impact – thus eventually becoming a cultural product. The same as contemporary […]

Where the paths cross

“There is no path without an intersection. There is no action without a decision. There is no dialogue without listening. There is no consensus without a meeting point. There, where the wind touches the earth, where thoughts touch the sky, is a commonplace, a hidden place. There, where “nowhere” is a place by itself, where […]

MoonSun fight

“The word is derived from the Latin aequinoctium, from aequus (equal) and nox (genitive noctis) (night). On the day of an equinox, daytime and nighttime are of approximately equal duration all over the planet.“ Source – Wikipedia This kinetic sculpture represents the eternal fight of power between daytime and nighttime. Both represented with the Sun […]

Gates Calendar

The Wheel of the Year consist of the year’s chief solar events (solstices and equinoxes) and the midpoints between them. While names for each Celebration vary among diverse traditions, syncretic treatments often refer to the four solar events as “quarter days” and the four midpoint events as “cross-quarter days” _Info Event / Kuršių genties vartus pravėru […]