Agnė Sadauskaitė

Agnė Sadauskaitė Vilnius based culture writer at night and robot friend in a daytime. She graduated from Cultural History studies in 2014 and holds MA in Heritage Protection studies from Vilnius University. Most interested in architectural history, theory and regionalism.

Raw Vilnius. An interview with Andrej Vasilenko

From the series This is Vilnius

The city can be experienced in various ways: thinking, reading, writing about it, or staying there. However, urban structures are best explored by walking and observing them. The artist and photographer Andrej Vasilenko (b. 1985) is also a researcher of

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10th Young Painters Prize Award. Interview with Julija Dailidėnaitė

Young Painters Prize Award. Photo from personal archive.

‘An artist versus an art critic’; ‘an exhibition hall versus the curious and judging gazes of viewers’—the art world thematises these opposites with a natural regularity. For instance, The So-Called Critics—a painting made by Kasiulis as early as 1942—is one

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Signs of the Apocalypse on the Beach. An interview with artists Vaiva Grainytė, Lina Lapelytė and Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė

Sun and Sea. Photo from personal archive

We already know the forecast for Venice in 2019: the summer will start early, and will be hot and loud. A full sandy beach, the burning sun, the blue sea and all the holidaymakers tanning themselves will be transferred to

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Invisible Structures. The cut of a stratosphere as a reflection of human values. An interview with the filmmaker Emilija Škarnulytė

Emilija Škarnulytė. Photography by artist

The eyes are trying to cover glaciers in the Arctic Circle. The ears are catching quasar sounds. Dark waters are stirred by a hypnotizing creature. The head is dazzled by unimaginable industrial structures. Ultimately sounds come together with waves, images

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Archetype as a Way of Communicating: Individualism through Universalism as a Way of Creating. An interview with Rūta Jusionytė

Art Vilnius 2017,  Galerija Menu Tiltas, Vilnius. From personal Rūta Jusionyte archive

Rūta Jusionytė (b. 1978) is a painter and sculptor. We started our conversation with the artist in her studio in Paris, surrounded by the cheerful buzz of children, where the sounds of the French and Lithuanian languages are common. Born

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