in

Two-Point Composition

Jolita Vaitkute (born 1995) is an artist from Lithuania. She uses food and other everyday objects to embody her ideas creating installations, performances and illustrations, mostly portraits. Jolita is especially fond of portraying subjects from pop culture and politics. Reflecting the ever-changing modern world, most of her work is transient in nature, as it either gets eaten up or destroyed in the process.

Two-point composition

The focus is on spatial change and innovation. The main goal of this installation was to provide not only aesthetic satisfaction but also to create emotion and experience.

Looking from the point of the bottom of the library stairs you can observe the figurative composition. It symbolizes the first sketch, the basic geometric shapes that are often used to think about the architecture of the smart city of the future.

2019_06_21_lnblaiptai_emilijavin-50.jpg

2019_06_21_lnblaiptai_emilijavin-56.jpg

2019_06_21_lnblaiptai_emilijavin-86.jpg

The second part of the installation is a bright trail that symbolizes creative inspiration and flow of thoughts. The path was best seen from the balcony on the fifth floor of the library.

The installation for the future city of Lithuania covered almost 100 square meters and was exhibited in the National Library of Martynas Mažvydas.

2019_06_21_lnblaiptai_emilijavin-76.jpg

2019_06_21_lnblaiptai_emilijavin-92.jpg

2019_06_21_lnblaiptai_emilijavin-83.jpg

The installation was made for For Structum Smart City V event.

More info : Website

Report

What do you think?

1.5k Points
Upvote Downvote

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

Loading…

0

Fine Sports Illustrations By Pui Yan Fong

Kazakhstan’s Tower of the Sun by Fundamental Architects