Ona Juciūtė is a Vilnius-based artist, curator and scenographer. She has held solo exhibitions at the Editorial project space in Vilnius and the Contemporary Art Centre Derry~Londonderry in the UK. She has also presented her work in group exhibitions at the MOCAK Museum in Krakow, Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius, the parallel programme of the Istanbul Biennale, National Gallery of Art in Vilnius, Kaunas Artists’ House, and several other art institutions in Vilnius, including Atletika Gallery, Rupert Gallery, and the Swallow project space. Juciūtė has participated in the residency programmes AIR Niederosterreich in Austria, Stiftung Kuenstlerdorf in Germany and Diyalog Istanbul in Turkey. In 2021, her sculptures were incuded in the permanent collection of the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki. She is the recipient of the JCDecaux Prize 2016 as well as the prize established by the American artist of Lithuanian origin Aleksandra Kasuba. Ona has created scenography works for the National Drama Theatre and the Youth Theatre in Vilnius. Besides her personal creative practice, she also teaches sculpture at the Vilnius Academy of Arts and is co-curator of the JCDecaux Prize exhibition since this year.