The Works of Young Artists at the KCCC Exhibition Hall: “Is She Coming?”

Select a sim…
Go…
Go here…
Go here together…

I saw You in Google Street View near Calvary Street. Do you come here often?
Don’t run with a candy - you’ll poke your throat!
Thought it was for you.

Select a sim…
Call over…

Doesn’t matter. You look like a doll. Come here often?

300K visitors per day…

Let them in, then delete the door. Build walls around the pool. They’ll wave at first, then die.

Who we are…
What we do…
Work with us…
Contact.

The forest of artificial sun is full of butterflies
Whispering about life. Call me…
Ocelli eyes
Throat’s for suction.

Not all butterflies live just for one day.

(Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė)

An exhibition “Is She Coming”, the curator – Laura Stasiulytė-Gudaitė, is going to be opened at the KCCC Exhibition Hall (Didžioji Vandens str. 2, Klaipėda) on Friday, the 28th of February, 2020, 6:30 PM. The performance of Saulė Miežytė “Melanin Print” will take place during the event.

“Is She Coming?” is a group exhibition, presenting the works of the debut artists of the youngest generation Agnė Masilionytė, Austėja Masliukaitė, Saulė Miežytė and Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė.

The exhibition offers a closer look at the issues raised by a generation of creators who grew up already in times of Youtube and the endless web browsing, and aims to reveal their creative reflections on today’s hybridisation processes of virtual and real worlds, the issues of body, gender, popular culture, media and their perception.

Desires and imagination, simulations and stimulations – (un)real situations – intertwine in the works of the artists: artificial sun – in the light installation of Saulė Miežytė; computer-generated vocalisation of pleasure/pain – in the audio installation of Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė; cyber hanging around on the streets of doxyspotting – in the work of Agnė Masilionytė; inedible candy and fake desires – in the object of Austėja Masliukaitė.

About the Authors
Agnė Masilionytė (born in 1998) lives and makes art in Vilnius. She is currently studying photography and media art at Vilnius Academy of Arts. She is participating in various international practical activities, is interested in collective memory, explores how our perception of images changes as technology advances and the physical and virtual worlds blend, and is interested in the issues on digital and online time.                 

Austėja Masliukaitė (born in 1993) is an artist born in Klaipėda, living and making art in Vilnius. Starting with the mathematical and chemical sciences in Edinburgh, she later changed her field of education and acquired a Bachelor’s degree in Photography and Media Arts at Vilnius Academy of Arts as well as at the Naples Academy of Fine Arts. She is currently studying semiotics at Vilnius University. The artist is writing and translating texts, participates in various national and foreign art projects, including at the 58th Venice Biennale as a performer. 

Saulė Miežytė (born in 1997) lives and makes art in Vilnius. She graduated from the Department of Photography and Media Art of Vilnius Academy of Arts as well as the School of Fine Arts in Athens. Her main area of interest is photography as well as the photography in expanded field. Currently she is working with the fashion photography in a professional studio, and participates in exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.

Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė (born in 1998) lives and makes art in Vilnius. She is studying Photography and Media Art at Vilnius Academy of Arts and is actively involved in the processes of modern art as well as writes texts for the online cultural journals.

Exhibition curator - Laura Stasiulytė Gudaitė.

The exhibition will run until the 22nd of March, 2020.

Opening hours of the KCCC Exhibition Hall (Didžioji Vandens str. 2, Klaipėda): Wednesday-Sunday 11 AM – 7 PM (closed on public holidays).

We would like to inform the visitors that photos and videos will be taken during the event, so they can be featured on photos or videos of the event posted on social networks or in the media.