Masliukaitė Austėja

Austėja Masliukaitė (b. 1993) is a Vilnius-based interdisciplinary artist working with sound, her voice, sculpture, photography, video and watercolour. She studied mathematics and chemistry, photography and media arts, semiotics. Alumna of the Rupert Alternative Education Programme. Participates in group exhibitions, solo exhibition XX,XO at Lukiškės Prison 2.0 (2022). Explores the possibilities and limitations of modern femininity.

Film/video essay “The Alchemy of Letting Go” (9′ 26″) still from the solo exhibition XX,XO at Lukiškės Prison 2.0 (2022)

I Don’t Want Anymore, 2020-2021 (gold, silver, plastic) – exhibition “Whirlpools” at the VAA Titanic (A. Vasilenko photo)

Absolute Hearing (2016-2017), audio-visual installation – “The Calmer”. Art warehouse.

The book “How Children Are Made” – an interview with embryologist and subject of the film “The Alchemy of Letting Go” I. Masliukaite

Citrus numinosum, 2019 (marble)

Watercolours “Rely!” and “Life-threatening emotions” (2022) (exhibition XX, XO)

Performance and installation “Things that last longer than my attention span” (sugar paste, acrylic, snapshots) (2021), Artifex Gallery

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