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Exhibition ‘Is she coming?’ at the KCCC Exhibition Hall

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)

On the 28th of February, 2020, Friday, 6:30 PM, KCCC Exhibition Hall (Didžioji Vandens str. 2, Klaipėda) invites you to the opening of “Is She Coming?“, a group exhibition by four young contemporary female media artists –
Agnė Masilionytė,
Austėja Masliukaitė,
Saulė Miežytė and
Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė.
The event will open with Saulė Miežytė’s performance “Melanin print”.

The exhibition suggests looking into the questions raised by the generation that witnessed the rise of Youtube and grew up in the age of endless browsing. It seeks to reveal their creative reflections on the today’s hybridising processes – the dissolving borders of the body, gender, the phenomena of pop culture, different media and their perception.

The (un)real situations – desires and imagination, simulation and stimulation – are intertwined here. Saulė Miežytė’s artificial sun installation; Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė’s computer generated vocalisation of pleasure and/or pain; Agnė Masilionytė’s cyber lurking around the doxyspotting’s streets; Austėja Masliukaitė’s questioned desires objectivised within a no longer edible lollipop.

Exhibition “Is She Coming?” is a walk around a space that may simultaneously be seen as an exterior and an interior, a hallway sliding between reality and virtuality, between actuality and the imaginary. “Is she coming?” is an impulse and a question for this exhibition-excurse, inspired by the name of one of the artist’s work.

The exhibition will be open until the 22nd of March, 2020.
KCCC Exhibition Hall (KKKC, Didžiojo Vandens str. 2, Klaipėda) is open III-VII from 11 AM to 7 PM. Museum is closed on public holidays.

The exhibition is the first part of a continuous project, which seeks to present the debuting artists. Its further trajectories will be showcased later in March in Vilnius.

About the artists
Agnė Masilionytė (b.1998) participates in today’s media related exhibitions and creative workshops internationally. She is interested in the post-digital, post-internet era, and is currently deepening her knowledge at VAA’s department of Photography and media art.
Austėja Masliukaitė (b. 1993) began her studies in Edinburgh doing Mathematics and Chemistry, later studied at Vilnius Academy of Art’s PhMA department and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples. Currently reading Semiotics, she writes and translates texts, participates in international creative projects, including the 58th Venice Biennial as a performer.
Saulė Miežytė (b. 1997) is at present working in fashion photography, participating in exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. She graduated from VAA with a BA in Photography and media art, during which she also studied at the School of Fine Arts in Athens. One of the main areas of her artistic research is extended field photography.
Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė (b.1998) lives and creates in Vilnius. She actively participates in exhibitions and creative workshops in Lithuania and abroad, writes texts for culturally relevant on-line publications.

Exhibition curator:
LAURA STASIULYTĖ GUDAITĖ