Glasgow International 2020

Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte

Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte (b. 1986 Vilnius, Lithuania) lives and works in Glasgow. She holds a BA in Visual Communication (2008) and Mlitt in Fine Art Practice (2015) from Glasgow School of Art. She works with photographic image, video, archival material, sound and installation. Her practice explores notions of historical and private truths, personal and political narratives in the context of migrations and fluid cultural and national identities.

Combining fact and fiction, her works propose alternative histories and futures, often adopting structures of archives, museums and documentation strategies.

Recent exhibitions include: ‘Impossible Colonies’, Old Fire Station, Edinburgh Art Festival (2017), ‘In Silver’, Vilnius Photography Gallery (2017), ‘Tabula Rasa II’ , Street Level Photoworks Glasgow (2017), ‘In Silver’ at Jill Todd Photographic Award, Stills Edinburgh (2016), ‘Amber Room’, galerie LAME Marseille (2015).

Street Level Photoworks present La Nuit de L'Instant


La Nuit de l’Instant is a collaboration between Street Level Photoworks and Centre Photographique Marseille and is a projection-based event celebrating the still and the moving image in joyful and compelling ways. The works will mark Glasgow’s links with its twin-town of Marseille with new works by Camille Fallet, Valentine Vermeil and Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte produced from exchange residencies between the two cities, alongside works by Marie Chéné and Didier Nadeau, Sylvia Donis, Flavie Pintanel, Valérie Horwicz and Lisa Lucciardi.

Projection works by artists in Northern European countries from Street Level’s current and forthcoming partnerships will also be shown – from Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia and Finland. The works will be showcased across four different locations concentrated around Street Level – Brittania Panopticon, Gallery 103, Avant Garde Function Room and Street Level’s studio.

Full programme details will be shared in due course. Programmed as part of Glasgow International 2018 ‘Across the City’.

Part of the ongoing Twinning between Glasgow and Marseille, supported by

Glasgow City Council and La Ville de Marseille, l’Institut Français and MP 2018 season ‘Quel Amour’.

For more information see

Thu 26 April, 6pm-10pm

Partial accessible

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