Agnieszka Bułacik & Liene Jurgelāne (POL & LVA)
Performing Arts

When we published our open call for our Curious Encounters residency, one of the applicants were anthropologist and artist Liene Jurgelāne, and artist and facilitator Agniezka Bulacik.
With their project titled “Exploring plant-human conspiracies towards more liveable worlds”, they spent 6-week at Earthwise in a funded residency.

This led to an artist talk at Maltfabrikken in Ebeltoft and a talk at the weekly Morning Briefing by Performing Arts Platform in Aarhus. As well as two showings of a performance piece called “Murmering through”.

Together they are behind the Berlin-based organisation ‘new visions’, which offers holistic workshops to promote deep, systemic change in the cultural sector.

Liene Jurgelāne //

Liene is a facilitator, artist and emerging scholar from Latvia, living in Aarhus. A core member of educational collective new visions, focused on deep, systemic change in cultural sector through feminist education; started Willow house – a project space for educational and artistic experiments in healing the human/nature divide; a Work That Reconnects facilitator. She also produces cultural events; holds rituals and circles, DJ, and mentors women in arts.

Agnieszka Bułacik //

Agnieszka is a space holder, artist, activist and facilitator. All her work centers sensing, feeling and connection to oneself, each other and wider metabolism of planet Earth. She is passionate about imagining new ways of being, relating and knowing, and interested in
transdiscipilnary and intersectional approaches. She works mainly in collectives and her practice is rooted in queerfeminist and decolonial perspectives.