Blade Runner Meets Frankenstein in Metauniverse

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Technique: Mixed technique on canvas
Dimensions: 120x80 cm
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In this highly dynamic and vivid painting, an assortment of abstract and semi-abstract forms and colors create an energetic composition. The scene includes a large, swirling, neon-green track or circuit winding through the central space, reminiscent of a rollercoaster or racetrack. A small figure can be seen skating or running along this track, lending a sense of movement and human interaction.The palette is dominated by bright greens and cool blues, set against areas of stark black and soft grey. On the upper left side, an abstracted, translucent blue face overlooks the scene, lending a watchful, almost omnipotent presence. This face blends into the background which includes a freeform greyish depiction that could suggest mist or digital fragmentation.Additional intriguing elements include a large, bright green fingerprint superimposed over the center, symbolizing perhaps identity or surveillance. A geometric, black block with a white infinity loop symbol sits near the foreground, suggesting themes of technology and endless cycles. Touches of coral and mustard abstract shapes float around, adding contrast and depth.A red, web-like structure in the top right corner adds a touch of sharp color, potentially implying connectivity or a network. The overall effect is a surreal yet striking commentary, possibly on themes like technology, humanity, and observation in a digital or alternative universe.

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Eglė Tamulytė (b. 1988) is an active artist, who gained international recognition and currently is working in her homeland again. Eglė's paintings are filled with unseen, fantastic worlds, that reflect artist's interest in human nature and  the questions of human existence. Person's place in the world, the balance between inner and outside world are the key themes. The author is interested in exploring what is real and what is imposed in the environment around us, how the environment affects the individual. All this is conveyed through bright colours and extraterrestrial figures that resemble strange inhabitants of other galaxies rather than humans.

The artist has presented over 50 solo and group exhibitions in Lithuania, Germany, USA, Holland, Sweden, Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Great Britain, Serbia, Colombia, etc. She holds a Master's degree in Printmaking (VDA), has received two scholarships from the Lithuanian Council of Culture and the Ary Stillman Prize.

This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

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