Category Archive: Inspiration

Hepatica

Žibutė in lithuanian or hepatica in english. This was the last animation made before exhibition. In my statement I mentioned that my main subject is a prostitute who works on the streets, but… Continue reading

The Noise of Licking by Nadja Andrasev

DARK MIXER by Hirotoshi Iwasaki

Thick time

Once I found out that there is going to be William Kentridge’s exhibition at Louisiana, I was so excited. I knew his work, but never saw in real life.  Of course, the opening… Continue reading

Printmaking and animation

I came across ‘Illusion’ by Dominica Harrison and I was immediately drawn into. I saw it was screen-printing, but it was hard to believe that it was made in old-fashion way. And it… Continue reading

There’s Too Many of These Crows

I saw this great animation by Morgan Miller and this is so insane! I mean, good. style drawings simplicity in situation

Artist: Brecht Evens

Yesterday I went to Eng’s place to discuss about our projects and see how much we’ve done, and how to get ready for Mid Point Review. I really enjoyed just speaking (in real… Continue reading

The human genetic code

All about the details

Being as contemporary artist I often seek for quality or shocking experience. Often, I feel how I’m chasing all those video installation exhibitions and thinking how myself, I should create this wow effect.… Continue reading

Apocalypse can be beautiful

During Low Residency we had gallery tour in South London. We visited Beaconsfield Gallery to see IC-98 apocalyptic animations. I was so impressed by animation quality and I really enjoyed that it was… Continue reading