Kaspars Lielgalvis from Totaldobže is organising Black Hole's workshop in MoKS, where 8 representatives of contemporary art from Estonia, Latvia and The Netherlands will spend 3 weeks together learning from each other, creating and developing their new creative ideas. The main focus of the workshop is to enrich the artistic means of expression of participating artists in the process of experiments, steping out ones comfort zone. The outcome of the workshop will be presented in Tallinn and Riga.
Black Holes has been developing since 2011 and has become the foundation and primary activity of Art Centre Totaldože. The aim of the Project is to develop cooperation with foreign art institutions in order to dissolve borders of local art environments and create works that would become part of an international movement.
Laura Prikule (visual artist/Latvia), Krišjānis Zeļģis (poet/Latvia), Platons Buravickis (contemporary academic music composer/Latvia), Märt-Matis Lill (contemporary academic music composer/Estonia), Kaspar Aus (contemporary dance/Estonia)