bio:

kamilė česnavičiūtė

born 1996, Vilnius, Lithuania

currently living in Groningen, Netherlands  

 

way to contact:

info@kamilecesna.com

kamile.tau@gmail.com

 

do not forget to take a stand and be fair.

human-like comic figures are representation of all equally, accepting all differences and showing importance on unity instead of hostility. Society is at fault towards individuals. I preach anti-power and anti-overpowering others. So my interests lie in how society is built upon faulty structures and their fruits that need to be dismantled and reformed into a better way of living for everyone. Most of the times the system is wrong and not the individual, yet the individual lets it happen by being unaware or enabling. Being critical, on unnecessary functions that create authoritarian hierarchy, is an essential part of the work. There is an ongoing search for a visual depiction that leaves all doors open, yet with a direction, if you wish to indulge it.

 

 

cv:

2019 nominated for Sluijters Prijs for Dutch painting by Martijn Schuppers and Wim Bosch

2019 published thesis I AM ANGRY TOO in online Mister Motley Magazine

2019 graduated Minerva Art Academy Hanze University

2019 graduation show  (un)firmed by Minerva Art Academy Hanze University

2019 did PR and participated in a 40 people group expo Green Lights with Minerva Art Academy Hanze University

2019 collaborated with R. Kordova on project Limbs for residency in Kunsthuis SYB

2018 helped to organize a multidisciplinary art event ZUR HOLLE with ZUHAUSE

2018 May 26th – 29th with Minerva Art Academy Hanze University group exhibition ORT at ZUHAUSE Groningen along with Radina Kordova, Caoimhe Dalton, Chiara Tammaro, Dianne Sarah and Zjuul Wiersema

2018 3rd year expo by Minerva Art Academy Hanze Universityries

2018 group expo What’s past is prologue  in Corridor space and Koepel zaal supervised by Noor Nuyten with Minerva Art Academy Hanze University

2017 collaborated on a photograph series Genesis with R. Kordova at cafe-bistro Kult

2016 group expo in Appingedam supervised by Alie van Altena with Minerva Art Academy Hanze University