I am a theatre artist and illustrator. Born in 1981 in Lithuania, and currently, live and work in Berlin. I investigate the uncanny and the sublime, the place where holiness can also be something rotten. I make works about people nobody wants to know about, landscapes that deteriorate, and humans as they grown and decay.
Work / Education
In 2003, I received my bachelor's degree from Vilnius College of Technologies and Design in Architectural Restoration and Reconstruction, followed by a second degree in Photography from the same college. After working in the field of photography for a number of years my artistic research moved towards scenography.
In May 2015, I finished my third degree in Scenography at the Norwegian Theatre Academy. My studies were orientated not only to the theatre and performance, but also working within the exhibition, alternative, and public spaces.
I’ve been working with Robert Wilson as an assistant scenographer on projects such as Adam’s Passion, which premiered in Tallin, Estonia and Faust I&II, which we premiered in 2015 at the Berliner Ensemble. In 2016 joined the group Zentrum für Politische Schönheit. Recently I was the scenographer for the "Memorial for Höcke” action, in which I designed a replica of the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin Mitte and oversaw its installation in the front yard of the AfD politician Björn Höcke's home.
I curently live and work in Berlin.