On November 22nd at Pamėnkalnio gallery (Pamėnkalnio str 1, Vilnius), the exhibition „Private conversation“ by the painter Rosanda Sorakaitė was opened.
Rosanda Sorakaitė is interested in everyday aesthetics in her paintings, directing her sight to emphatically simple, typical objects from living environment. Minimalistic, fragmented way of portraying, haziness and dusk in R. Sorakaitė‘s paintings create a narrative of flash, allow to speak about briefness of the past and memory. The existence in the artist‘s works is revealed as if through insignificant and random moments, which have the ability to move the viewer to a metaphysical space, requiring experience of emotional intelligence.
According to the author, the works come from the observations of the closest environment, thinking about the past: „Sometimes a motive comes randomly, sometimes I watch it for a while, but in both cases there is some kind of a short flash, that allows me to understand, that this moment is in alignment with an inner thought, maybe intangible still, just anticipated. The process of painting itself immerses you to a no longer existent time, and you are alone, just by yourself. Painting – it‘s like talking to someone really close to you, when you are frank and true.“
The exhibition will be open until December 12th.
Photography: Vytautas Paplauskas