The motifs of Rosanda Sorakaitė’s creative work are the silent, repetitive details of everyday life, where the flow of time is given a meaning through the fixation, reproduction and interpretation with the help of the art of painting. The material for the painting becomes both the room sinking into the twilight, and the dust sparkling in the streak of light. Although the artist intuitively chooses to rethink the place and the time in which she is, to find motives in the close environment, but what settles in the picture is inevitably inseparable from the past, from unforgettable experiences and feelings.
The exhibition presents sub-topics developed over a period of several years, unfolding in separate series of paintings, but all of them are combined with the feeling of a slown down, extended time.
About the author
Rosanda Sorakaitė (d.o.b. 1988) is a young generation painter actively involved in Lithuanian cultural life. The painter’s creative work was presented in New York, London. Her painting is characterized as a minimal, fragmented way of representation and aesthetics of everyday life.
The exhibition is partly funded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.
The exhibition was open until April 14, 2019.
Photography: Klaipėda Culture Communication Center