Yates Norton is a curator and researcher currently working at Rupert, Vilnius, where he is the public programmes curator. His recent exhibitions curated or co-curated at Rupert or elsewhere include Undersong: Lina Lapelytė and Indrė Šerpytytė, (2018) the first presentation of the artists in Latvia (in partnership with Kim?, Riga); a group exhibition, Entangled Tales (2018); Jonas Mekas: Let me dream utopias (2019); Prospect Revenge (2019), the first UK solo show of Robertas Narkus at David Dale Gallery, Glasgow; the group exhibition Other Rooms (2020) and Living Ornament (2020). His collaborations and work with artists include singing for Lina Lapelytė, Vaiva Grainytė and Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė’s opera, ‘Sun and Sea’. He writes for artists and publications, including recently Phaidon’s The Art Book: Women Artists (2019). He works closely with his friend David Ruebain on issues of care and interdependence, particularly as they have been informed from the perspectives of disability rights and justice. Together they have presented at the Serpentine Gallery, London (2019) and at the ICA, London (2018) as part of their In Formation III programme.