Radvilė Kisieliūtė

I’m a keeper - collecting all the little pieces, scraps, things, materials, tickets and receipts left after my trips, festivals, projects and casual events which now filled my whole box on the shelf to become a big art work at some point of life. To become framed memories. For now, they already have been used in some of my projects and there is always place for them to come back throughout my life.

Ketty Marinova 

If I could be any animal in the world, I would be a duck, because a duck can swim,fly, walk, dive and be annoying.

Simona Davlidavičiūtė

I am inspired by society, individuals, mass, humans, androids, universe, my apartment – everything from the small details, who you can find everyday and everything what you can not understand and how it works. I'm very inspired by the individuals, whos behavior is diferrent from the mass, but then you recognize that there are a lot of people who are so similar. As opposed to real personalities and sociaty, I'm interested into futuristic world, which are starting to be reality by creating androids or virtual life.

Dalia Kiaupaitė

A penguin wearing a sombrero enters my room.
Me: Hi!
Penguin: Hi! I has a gift to You.
Me: Oh! Thanks. What kind of gift do You have?
Penguin: Here is it...
Me: It is yellow!
Penguin: How can You describe yellow colour?

Me: Yellow is the color of sunshine, hope, and happiness, but also has conflicting associations.
On one hand yellow stands for freshness, happiness, positivity, clarity, energy, optimism,
intellect, honor, loyalty, and joy, but on the other, it represents cowardice and deceit. 
Penguin: Do You like yellow?
Me: Yes. I like yellow, but much more I prefer blue…

Nina De Ludemann

If I would be a new addition to the crayon box. I would be one of those multicolored crayons that you have to shift in order to stay with one color. I guess because I just like to turn my head sometimes to see things differently, but am still quite glad that I do within the axis of my own person.

Guoda Korsakaitė

„My dream is to create scenography and costumes for one of Philip Glass‘s operas in Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre and to show to our people how extraordinary and wonderful opera can be. I‘d also like to create a performances of puppetry. And there is one more thing. My dream for the future is that people – audience, artists and critics would understand that theatre is a teamwork and there is not only actors and a director. Everything is very important – every little sound and every little change of color or light. In that way theatre could be very sensitive and influential as true art. How Robert Wilson says: „Without light wouldn‘t be space. Actors firstly have to know how to stand in stage, and then he can learn how to act. Music is born in silence...“

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