Ieva Rojūtė (LT) is an emerging artist. Her textual works, which acquire the spatial form of an installation, explore everyday human relationships, conflicts of family and individual identity, and everyday folklore. In her work, Rojūtė repeatedly returns to her main themes of fear, failure, disaster and anxiety. By rewriting excerpts from conversations, pieces of advice, warnings and speeches, the artist presents fragments from collective daydreams and the shared past.
In 2013, Rojūtė graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Arts with a degree in painting. Since 2017, she has actively participated in exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. Her work has been exhibited in group exhibitions such as the 13th International Baltic Triennial at the Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius and Tallinn Art Hall (2018), the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw, M HKA – Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp and MO Museum in Vilnius. Rojūtė has also organised solo exhibitions at the Editorial project space in Vilnius and the PS2 project space in Belfast.
Image: Imposible tu talk (liet. „Negalima susišnekėti“), MO Museum by Laurynas Skeisgielas