Andrius Arutiunian (b.1991) is an Armenian-Lithuanian artist and composer. Arutiunian works with hybrid forms of sound and music, focusing on sonic vernaculars, musical histories, and aural cosmologies. He often works through installations, sound objects, and time-based collaborations with musicians and performers.

studio@andriusarutiunian.com

Education

2014–2016MA Composition, The Royal Conservatoire, The Hague
2010–2014BA Composition, The Royal Conservatoire, The Hague

Solo exhibitions

2022Centrala Space, Birmingham
2022Pavilion of Armenia at the 59th Venice Biennale, Venice
2022CTM festival and silent green, Berlin

Group exhibitions & performances

2022Survival Kit 13, Riga

2021

Unseen Data, FACT, Liverpool
Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven
Rewire festival, The Hague
werkleitz, Halle
Opening the Archive, BALTIC Contemporary Centre for Art, Gateshead

2020

Lucia Festival, Florence
Exrotaprint, Berlin (w/ Adapter ensemble)

2019

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (w/ Ensemble Modelo62)
Sacrum Profanum Festival
Kablys, Vilnius
MO, Modern Art Museum, Vilnius (w/ Ensemble Synaesthesis)
Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam (w/ Marianna Maruyama)

2018

Centraal Museum, Gaudeamus Muziekweek festival, Utrecht
Yaga festival, Lithuania
Korzo, The Hague
Ephémère, Studio Loos, The Hague

2017

documenta 14, Parliament of Bodies (w/ Marianna Maruyama)
Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius
Melos Ethos festival, Bratislava (w/ Ensemble Synaesthesis)
RAST, Amsterdam
deSingel, Antwerp (w/ Nadar ensemble)
Gallery Nouvelles Images, The Hague (w/ Marianna Maruyama)
Radio Papesse, Florence

2016

MAZE festival, Amsterdam
Rewire festival, The Hague
Moments in the Pulse, Hong Kong

Residencies

2022Rupert, Vilnius

2021

FACT, EMARE/EMAP, Liverpool
Cité internationale des arts, Paris

2020

Amant, Siena

2019

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead
ZKM | Hertz Lab, Karlsruhe

2018

The Deep Splash, Vilnius
Quartertone, Yerevan

2015

Conlon Foundation, Utrecht

2014

National Cyprus Museum and Slagwerk Den Haag, Nicosia

Publications

2022The Book of Gharīb (Pavilion of Armenia and Hallow Ground)
2020Four Essays, w/ Raimundas Malašauskas, Marianna Maruyama, Isabelle Sully

2019

Portraits & Poets, digital release

Awards & grants

2020Talent Development Grant, Stimulerings Fonds, the Netherlands
Makersregeling Den Haag, the Netherlands
Stroom, Promise Grant, the Netherlands

2018

Young Artist of 2017, Lithuanian Composer’s Union

2017

JCDecaux award (nomination), Lithuania

Teaching & research

2016–ongoingSound researcher at the Sedje Hémon Foundation, The Hague

2016–2021

Guest tutor at the Master Artistic Research department, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, The Hague