Arturas Bumšteinas

Sound Artist, Lithuania

Arturas Bumšteinas (born 1982 in Vilnius) is a Lithuanian artist who works at the intersection of sound, music and art. His practices can be divided into three categories: music, sound installations and theater pieces (but there is also, of course, radio art). In the late 90's Arturas started using the internet to collect sounds from people around the world and make collages from these voluntary submissions (another take on sampling?). He is the initiator of various musical projects and since 2000 he has collaborated with different artists such as Anton Lukoszevieze, Vladimir Tarasov, Krystian Lupa, Žilvinas Kempinas, Gintautas Trimakas, Lina Lapelytė, Vaiva Grainytė, Laura Garbštienė, Piotr Kurek, Ivan Cheng...  Arturas' projects have been presented in various venues in Europe and his "solo" exhibitions have taken place at the Vilnius Contemporary Art Center, Vartai Gallery, AV17, Antje Wachs Berlin Gallery and various residencies in Europe.

Learn more: www.refusenik.org

More Music for Jonas

During his residency, Bumšteinas will work on More Music for Jonas, a compositional project inspired by the film soundtracks of Jonas Mekas, filmmaker, and friend of Camargo's founder Jerome Hill, to create a new sound environment.

Residency in partnership with the Lithuanian Cultural Institute in France and GMEM, with support from the French Ministry of Culture (DRAC PACA Music Recovery Plan).


Music Peformance with Ensemble C Barré

August 24, 2021 at 7 pm at the Camargo Foundation
Free Event — Booking is required: rsvp@camargofoundation.org