Kamilė Krasauskaitė
Anima mundi


Oil on linen canvas
85 x 108 cm

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Kamilė Krasauskaitė (b. 1995) is a multidisciplinary artist and curator currently based in Vilnius. Her practice evolves into different formats, from installations and sculptures to paintings, publications, and social events. Kamilė is interested in preserving ancient crafts as a deep code to unlock connections with various levels of our everyday life, including indigenous cultures’ beliefs and practices. She is interested in place and space, exploring how certain spaces can supposedly bring physical, mystical and moral transformations to individuals, both human and non-human.

Her recent group exhibitions and performance include Dismantling Dreams, Disrupted Seams (Rupert AEP 2023 final show); 18th Tallinn Print Triennial: Sourdough as a Metaphor  (installation and a lecture-performance), represented by Slavs & Tatars Pickle Bar; The Sex Life of Fruit Flies, Low gallery, Riga; Boiling Boullion (with After Howl collective), L’Annexe Gallery, Paris. Since 2018 she has been working with the After Howl collective in Brussels where they co-created a multifunctional space for exhibitions, a night club, and a restaurant.