PRESENTATION TRI-GALAXIAN L4116 OF PATRICIJA GILYTE IN MIA&D FAIR SINGAPORE
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Artist CreArt Patricija Gilyte presents her work in MIA&D Fair SINGAPORE
Title TRI-GALAXIAN L4116
Specification stop motion animation
Technique HD video, 16:9
Year of production 2014
Context Produced in the Tobacco Factory Linz / Austria
during the artist-in-residence-stay in the Salzamt Linz
as part of the CreArt project / network of cities for artistic creation 2014
Cooperation artistic cooperation with Andreas Kepplinger /AT: photography, behind the scenes; Sound: in colaboration with Andreas Usenbenz / D
Copyright | Photo by Andreas Kepplinger (photography), Patricija Gilyte (Videostills)
Reviews | extracts Press review edited by the gallery "Meno parkas", Kaunas, Lithuania
Thanks Andreas Kepplinger, CreArt, City of Linz, team of the Salzamt Linz, Holger Jagersberger, Tabakfabrik Linz, Chris Müller, Chris Sennlaub, Andreas Liszt
Premiere Kaunas in Art, international festival for contemporary art; 17.10.2014, Post gallery, Kaunas, Lithuania
Exhibition history Kaunas in Art, international festival for cotemporary art; 17.10.2014 - 07.11.2014, Post gallery, Kaunas, Lithuania
36. Ostallgäuer Kunstausstellung, Künstlerhaus Marktoberdorf, Marktoberdorf, Germany, 25.10.2014 - 04.01.2014
Art fairs Milan Image Art & Design at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore. October 24th - 26th 2014, represented by the gallery "Meno parkas
The trilogy of warmth, light and mobility is an attempt to visually cover planet’s history from three different perspectives of time and space.
Visual story consists of separate luminous points (tea lights) connected to chains, lines and shaping associatively perceived spider’s webs. Every luminous point signifies both fragile human–being and the light of the lonely window. All points are connected into a whole, allowing the viewer to observe and freely interpret. Not only viewer’s point of view, but the distance also decides, if a single light point is perceived as a part of a larger whole associated with planets or galaxies and detached from buildings, rivers or cities. The movement of light could be perceived as a story, that includes historical facts, wars or a space of luminous and dark areas that reflect flowering and decadence of some cultures or city blocks. This artwork is not seeking for scientific or measurable objectiveness.The source of inspiration lies in the variety of perception. Visual influence is being established by using satellite photos and maps.
The luminous space is constructed of 98 horizontal and 42 vertical lines, consists of 4116 tea lights, each of them burning for 4 hours.