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January 22 - March 28


Single authorship is still prevalent in art. This situation makes the idea of collaboration a new frontier to explore the nature of inspiration, ideation, creation, and realization. Aspects of personal, national, societal, and cultural identity can more readily be considered and expressed from the multiple points of view the collaborative experience provides. With the “Voice of Glass Collaborative” exhibition the emphasis will be on global, international points of view and exploring pluralistic approaches to creating. We hope to define what it means to be one among others. We live in an increasingly global environment where the key to facing current and future challenges will require cooperative efforts. Collaboration within the arts can be seen as playing field for considering complex issues and questions as the arts can encompass all disciplines. Currently artists are collaborating with scientists, economists, anthropologists as well as composers, poets, and choreographers, the list is extensive.

“Voice of Glass Collaborative” involves international artists focusing on glass as a medium integrated with other disciplines including transitional collaborations. Unity and diversity of content is inherent in the works presented. Through interdisciplinary arts the essence of humanity and complexities of social unity and duality can be revealed. Through the dynamic process of collaboration, we hope to discover new forms of experimental hybridization which communicate rich and complex associations.


Julia Pociute, Lithuania

Rytis Mažulis LT, Ernestas Lylous LT, Evelina Januškaitė LT

Rui Sasaki, Japan

Anna Varnase, Latvia

Anna Audere, LV

Suojia Zhang, China


Anjali Srinivasan, India/USA


Inguna Audere, Latvia

Michael Rogers, USA

Māra Binde, LV

Jin Hongo, Japan

Tomsuma JP, Shino Yamasaki JP, Uģis Nastevičs LV, Takuji Ito JP, Evija Skuķe LV, Armands Skuķis LV, Dārta Paldiņa LV

Anna Norberg, Sweden

Friends and Gotland people: War Hospital Museum in Lärbro, Gotland Defense Museum, Archive Center in Visby, David Holmert Archive, Kjell Gardelin at the Maritime Museum in Slite, Krister Hafdell at the Bunge Museum and Jonas Åberg, history teacher at Wisby Gymnasium.

Kārlis Bogustovs, Latvia

Foto: Artūrs Pavlovs LV

Video: Edvards Gabarajevs LV, Rūdolfs Henčels LV, Dimitrijs Čļenovs LV

Skeitbordisti: Madars Apse LV, Rūdolfs Rorbahs LV, Fricis Štrauss LV, Artūrs Nesaule LV, Niklāvs Vētra LV, Linards Vīksniņš LV, Kaspars Gobiņš LV, Dimitrijs Čļenovs LV, Kārlis Bogustovs LV


Bohyun Yoon, South-Korea/USA

Emily Culver

Maarja Maemets, Estonia

Rait Lohmus EST


Advisory Committee Members – Suojia Zhang, Jin Hongo and Milan Hlaves

Curators – Inguna Audere, Michael Rogers, Vita Birzaka

Organizers – Glass Point studio (Ltd. Stikla māja)



The Art Museum RIGA BOURSE is an architectural monument of national importance. The museum is a place for cultural exchange where excellence is more important than the artist’s national origin and it strives to be a meeting point between west and east, expressions of classical and contemporary art. RIGA BOURSE is located at the heart of Riga Old Town, Doma laukums 6.

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