Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte is a Lithuanian artist based in Glasgow, Scotland. She works with photography, moving image, archive and sound, exhibiting internationally.
Alongside her artistic practice she also teaches, curates and coordinates art events and exhibitions, as well as works on photography and moving image commissions.
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Exhibitions and screenings
La Nuit de l'Instant, Printemps de l’Art Contemporain, Marseille, 11 May 2018
La Nuit de l'Instant screening event, Glasgow International, 26 April 2018
Ten from the North, An Lanntair, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, 2018
(INTER)TWINE at Supernormal, Singapore, February 2018
In Silver, Vilnius Photography Gallery, October- November 2017
PLATFORM, Old Fire Station, Edinburgh Art Festival, July- August 2017
Away Home, Fòcas India, 103 Trongate Glasgow and Design Gallery, Gandhinagar, 2017-2018
When the Light Shifts, Glasgow Women's Library, 06 March- 30 April 2017
Jill Todd Award, Nerve Centre, Derry, 09 March- 14 May 2017
Tabula Rasa II, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow, 2016- 2017
Jill Todd award, Stills gallery, Edinburgh, 2016- 2017
Amber Room, LAME gallery, La Photographie Marseille, Marseille, France, 2016
Population: 5, Meno Trentuno, Museo d'arte contemporanea Masedu, Sassari, Sardinia, 2016
Population: 5, Italian Cultural centre, London, 2016
Away Home, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb, Croatia, 2016
1st chapter of Impossible Colonies, Klaipeda Culture Communication Center, Lithuania, 2016
Peripheral Histories, Lighthouse Glasgow and Platform Glasgow, 2016.
Population:5. Menotrentuno Young European Photography, Sardinia 2016.
Away Home. Rovinj Photodays, Croatia, 2016.
Periphery. Stereoscope magazine launch, St.Andrews, Scotland, 2016.
Ours. Glasgow Women’s Library, 2016.
Tabula rasa. Kaunas Photography Gallery, Lithuania, 2015.
Photoukindia: Origins. British Council, New Delhi, India, 2015.
Amber Room. McLellan Galleries, Glasgow, Scotland, 2015.
(…) Interim show, IOTA gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, 2015.
Iron Wolf City, Project Space, Glasgow, Scotland 2015.
Goose Flesh Stocktake. Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow 2015.
The RPS International Print Exhibition:
Royal Albert Hall, London 2015
Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford 2015
Titanic Belfast, (Belfast Photo Festival) 2015
Berkeley Gallery, Greenwich Heritage Centre, London 2014
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales 2014
Banbury Museum & Art Gallery 2014
Trongate 103 Art Centre 5 year anniversary exhibition, Glasgow 2014.
Escape.YPA. Calumet gallery, New York 2014.
Magnum Ideastap Photographic Award, Downstairs at Mother, London 2013.
YPA. StreetLevel Photoworks, Glasgow 2013.
Goose Flesh, the Arches, Glasgow 2013.
Looking for Signs of Summer in a Rainy Country, CC&T, Glasgow 2012.
The Cinema Is Nicholas Ray, The Stand, Glasgow 2009.
City, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow 2008.
Degree Show, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow 2008.
2015- MLitt Fine Art Practice (photography and moving image) at the Glasgow School of Art (distinction)
2008- Visual Communication (photography) at the Glasgow School of Art (First Class Honours)
2006- Photography and Media Studies (Vilnius Fine Art Academy)
Awards, grants and residencies:
(upcoming) VU- Méduse residency, Québec City, Canada 2019
RSA Morton award, shortlisted 2018
Hope Scott Trust grant 2018
Centre Photographique Marseille artist residency (with Street Level Photoworks Glasgow) 2018
Glasgow Visual Artist Award 2016
Eaton Fund Award 2016
Lithuanian Culture Council Grant 2016
Winner of IdeasTap Innovators Fund 2015
Nominated for Fotomuseum Winterthur event Plat(t)form by the Glasgow School of Art 2015
Finalist of Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2015
Shortlisted for Riga Photography Biennial 2015
British Council Commendation for Saltire Society International Travel Bursary 2015
Nominated for GSA John Mather Postgraduate Rising Star Award 2015
Glasgow Educational and Marshall Trust Grant 2014- 2015
Magnum IdeasTap Photographic Prize Shortlist 2013
Glasgow Visual Art and Craft Award 2011
Projection event curator and symposium assistant coordinator, international NIDA Photography Symposium, 2018
Photography workshops and artist talks in Ulm, Germany, commissioned by British Council Germany, 2018
PLATFORM 2017 Edinburgh Art Festival Commission, 2017
Coordinator, Fast Forward: Women in Photography conference, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2017
Assistant curator, Kaunas Photo festival, Lithuania, 2017
Visiting lecturer at the Glasgow School of Art, 2017
Artist talk, mentoring session for New Photographers Guild, 2017
Archive digitisation project for Wellcome Trust, Glasgow University, 2016- 2017
Artist talk/ Lecture for the City of Glasgow College, 2016
Artist talk at Nida Photography seminars, Lithuania 2016
Researcher for Test of Time project, Saltire Society 2016
ARTIST TALK- AMBER ROOM BOOK Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow. November 2015
VISITING ARTIST TALK- NEW PHOTOGRAPHERS GUILD Trongate 103, Glasgow. November 2015
Postcards from home- Curatorial project showcasing photographic works of Glasgow based international artists in postcard form. Launched in November 2015
March- Director of Photography for a 40min documentary commissioned by Glasgow Women’s Library and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Premiered September 2015
Artist talk for Glasgow School of Art Communication Design students, commissioned by the Glasgow School of Art. April 2015
Artist Talk- Presentation for Talk See Photography Curatorial Slam, CCA. December, 2014
Features/ Interviews/ Clients
Interview and In Silver series feature on Photograd
Interview in Siaures Atenai (Lithuanian only)
Interview and Amber Room feature on Art Narratives
Bird in Flight magazine feature and interview
Lithuanian Photography: Yesterday and Today 2016 (printed publication)
Mini Feature of In Silver series on SSHOP website
Another Place Mag
Interview on narratives.lt (in Lithuanian only)
Video interview with Menotrentuno Young European Photography Festival in Sardinia.
Stereoscope magazine feature.
Interview and feature on OST SEE mag.
Postcards from Home feature on BBC.
Calvert Journal feature and interview.
Tabula Rasa exhibition review on Photomonitor.