The multimedia exhibition “Invisible Lives” tells about five different personalities representing the Latvian Association of the Blind. The community of the blind in Cēsis has existed for several decades. The exhibition reveals the daily life of its representatives through the eyes of a photographer, approaching their lives in intimate, documentary, metaphorical, sometimes poetic and, in all cases, life-affirming stories. The exhibition is complemented by a soundtrack - recordings of people's favorite sounds and excerpts from interviews. In order to make what is visible also available to the characters of the exhibition, it is adapted for visually impaired people with prepared audio comments.
The exhibition "Invisible Lives" has been created within the framework of the project "Invisible Lives" funded by the Creative Europe Program "Culture". The project is implemented by the Rucka Art Foundation in cooperation with Kulturanova (Serbia) and Art365 (Montenegro) and aims to tell the stories of marginalized groups from different societies in collaboration with artists from three countries. The works for the exhibition have been created by photographers Boris Abramović (RS), Elīne Buka (LV), Irena Čučković (RS), Aleksandra Drečun (ME), Paulis Jakušonoks (LV), Sara Kecman (RS), Stefan Kosanovis (RS), Monta Krūze (LV), Duško Miljanić (ME), Ana Mitrović (ME), Darko Sretic (RS), Eva Strazdiņa (LV), Nada Vojinović (ME), Nicole Lee Zvaigzne (LV), Miloš Zvicer (ME), Curator - Līga Lindenbauma.
New York: 10×10 Photobooks, 2018
Edition of 600
16.5 x 24 cm
Designed by Laura Coombs
How We See: Photobooks by Women, 10×10 Photobooks’ next project will present a global range of 21st century photobooks by female photographers.
The comprehensive How We See ‘book-on-books’ publication—with images and texts for all the photobooks in the reading room—will be published in early October 2018. In addition to all the books in the reading room, the publication will include 100 historical books by women photographers, and essays by photographer Miyako Ishiuchi; Magnum Foundation Executive Director, Kristen Lubben and an interview with Valentina Abenavoli of Akina Books.
Photographers with books in How We See include:
Laia Abril, Ying Ang, Olivia Arthur, Sophie Calle, Xiaoyi Chen, Zoe Croggon, Cristina de Middel, Laura El-Tantawy, Abigail Heyman, Hannah Höch, Dragana Jurišić, Kristina Jurotschkin, Pixy Liao, Susan Meiselas, Lucia Moholy, Zanele Muholi, Yurie Nagashima, Catherine Opie, Maya Rochat, Guadalupe Ruiz, Eva Saukane, Collier Schorr, Ketaki Sheth, Lieko Shiga, Dayanita Singh, Mitra Tabrizian, Carrie Mae Weems, among many others.
The white house in the woods from Eva Saukane on Vimeo.
An Interview for the FK magazine
Exhibition with projections
Kaņepes Kultūras centrs
22. - 25.03.2017
photos by A.Ivbulis/L.Vainiņa
Self-published book "Roots" awarded as audience favorite at the Self Publish Riga during the Riga Photomonth 2016 festival
Happy to find "Roots" as one of Self Publish Riga 2016 shortlisted dummies
"Roots" at Galleri Kontrast, Stockholm 25-29.05
Eva Saukane ©