“Screens Series: Anastasia Sosunova” Exhibition

The New Museum of Contemporary Art

poster for “Screens Series: Anastasia Sosunova” Exhibition
[Image: Anastais Sosunova "Agents" (2021) (still). Video, color, sound; 14:57 min. Courtesy the artist. Video commissioned for “Roots to Routes” (2020)]

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“Screens Series: Anastasia Sosunova” continues the New Museum’s Screens Series, a platform for the presentation of new video works by emerging contemporary artists.

Anastasia Sosunova (b. 1993, Ignalia, Lithuania) works across video, sculpture, printmaking, and installation. In her moving image pieces, she uses personal narrative to investigate the socio-political landscape of contemporary Lithuania. Sosunova’s recent works have explored popular folk traditions, post-Soviet national identity, and the tension between public and private space in the Covid era, among many other topics. This presentation will include three recent videos: Demikhov Dog (2017), Messed Up Terrains (2019), and Agents (2020), all of which mix historical research and creative fiction to examine tenuously constructed feelings of community and belonging.

“Screen Series: Anastasia Sosunova” is curated by Gary Carrion-Murayari, Kraus Family Curator.

Anastasia Sosunova lives and works in Vilnius Lithuania. Recent solo exhibitions include “Diluvial Valleys,” Swallow, Vilnius, Lithuania (2021); “Barry Walking Himself,” Kogo, Tartu, Estonia (2019); “Second Skin” (collaboration with Andrea Zucchini), Editorial, Vilnius, Lithuania (2018); and “Demikhov Dog,” Ignalina Culture and Sports Center, Ignalina, Lithuania (2017). Sosunova’s work has been included in several group exhibitions including “Baltic Triennial 14: The Endless Frontier,” Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania (2021); “Artists’ Film International,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, United Kingdom (2020); “Double Exposure / Roots to Routes,” Manifesta 13, Marseille; and “Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art 2,” Riga, Latvia (2020).



from June 30, 2021 to August 22, 2021

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