Nida A-I-R in September 2015

Pradzia Small                                               Inger Wold Lund, Krista Mölder, Raminta Jurėnaitė. Photo by Julija Navarskaitė.


Three residents arrived to Nida Art Colony in September: Inger Wold Lund (DE/NO), Krista Mölder (EST), Raminta Jurėnaitė (LT).




 krista molder by karel koplimets 1200pxl                                      Photo by Karel Koplimets

Krista Mölder is a visual artist from Tallinn, Estonia working mainly on photography. The artist quotes her interest in the relationship between a person and a space as an important part of her work. Her photo series often highlight a distinctive absence of a subject, while presupposing an active viewer position. Mölder's exhibitions are increasingly sight specific, taking her interest in spatial context beyond the photographs themselves.
Krista Mölder: “In Nida I'm looking forward to loose myself into the dunes and shoreline and find a courage to let it happen as well to use this experience and work for my upcoming show at the KUMU art museum.“


Inger                                                                  Photo by Heidi Furre, Flamme Forlag

Inger Wold Lund is a Berlin based artist and writer born in Bergen, Norway. Her work takes its starting point in language and finds its final expression through narratives in audio, archives, installations, printed matter and publications. This year she has published her first books in Norwegian and in English.
At Nida Art Colony she plans to sit in the sand and look at the sea.


Raminta Small                                                                  Photo by Julija Navarskaitė

Raminta Jurėnaitė has studied art history and theory. She is a professor and received her PhD in art history from Vilnius Academy of Arts”. From 1992 to 1998 she was a director of “The Soros Centre of Contemporary Art”. From 2009 she is a curator of the collection of the “Museum of Modern Art” in Vilnius. Jurėnaitė is publishing her articles on art critic, books, gives lectures and curates exhibitions of contemporary art from West and East Europe in Lithuania and abroad. She lives and works in Vilnius.
In Nida Jurėnaitė will work on a short history of Lithuanian art from 1960 until now.