Tag Archives: Lithuania

The Psychogeography Of Dundee – or, Ae Phor Ain’t Here!

I’ve always been rather fond of the psychogeographical device known as ‘the possible appointment’, and so I’m generally willing to make that extra bit of effort in order to fail to meet someone. Yesterday I went to Dundee where I … Continue reading

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3-Sided Football & Other Alytus Biennial Repetitions

In August 2009, and again in August 2011, I found myself referring the games of 3-sided football staged as a part of the Alytus Biennial in Lithuania. I don’t attend many biennials, but since the one in Alytus has evolved … Continue reading

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World’s best nudist beaches part 1 – Smiltyne, Lithuania

There are various beaches running down the Coronian Spit from the tiny port at the top: the common beach, men’s beach, women’s beach and, of course, the nudist beach. These beaches at Smiltyne at the top of the Spit appear … Continue reading

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One week of art strike activities in Alytus, Lithuania, 18-24 August 2009

The central HQ of the 2009 Art Strike Biennial switched constantly between Alytus Art School, Hotel Dzukija about five minutes walk away, and a bar-cum-restaurant located between these two venues in downtown Alytus. At the art school a lot of … Continue reading

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