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INVITATION in vehouding met LOGO

Exhibition:

Van 26 mei tot 23 juni 2018


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AlišauskaitÄ—’s works offer a glimpse into an encounter between ordinary material life and all that is lurking behind it – dreams, visions, fantasies, and subconscious images. It is interspersed with fragments of mediated reality of screens and photographs. Having merged into a continuous stream of experiences, all these realities not always yield to separation: they intertwine and overlap, replace one another like frames in a film, their limits become blurred and disappear, elements of one reality are transferred into another, it’s like dreaming while you are awake. The chosen contrasting motifs emphasize the distinction between reality and fiction, darkness and light, rationality and irrationality, restriction and freedom, the outside and the inside. However, this duality in the artist’s works is not tense or conflicting. Links between the opposite poles are unstable, fluid, and naturally changing all the time. Hence, a motif of a circle, or a wheel, embodying the premonition of change, flow of time, and cyclic, becomes very important. The artist represents this multi-faceted and unstable world in her canvases of subtle, well-nuanced, often almost monochromatic colours. The painted objects are fragmentary, seemingly unfinished, their shapes dissolve, as if to confirm that the authenticity of the visible reality is a mere illusion. 

Kristina AlišauskaitÄ— (1984) belongs to the young generation of Lithuanian painters. Since 2007, she has been actively participating in exhibitions in Lithuania and internationally. The artist’s works were displayed in art fairs like Artissima, Art Dubai, ArtVilnius and others. Her paintings have become part of the collections of the Modern Art Centre (Mo Museum) in Vilnius, Lewben Art Foundation, Akzo Nobel and many private collections. Kristina she is a finalist of Arte Laguna Prize, Saatchi Painted Faces and Incubarte, a winner of the audience prize of the Young Painter’s Prize competition, and the only one of Lithuanian artists to be included among the top hundred up-and-coming currently active world painters in the book 100 Painters of Tomorrow published by Thames & Hudson.

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