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Vilniaus Vaizdų Archyvas


For the last few months a lot of things happened and changed in my personal life. Since September MMXIII I am taking an extended course in history. Being born in Vilnius and experiencing strong interest in the history of this city, for my practical work-based learning I have recently established a new project called Vilniaus Vaizdų Archyvas to post historical images of my home town picturing its development through the centuries while establishing itself as a capital of Lithuania.

The idea of aforementioned project has been born gradually through the last several years while with a greater insistence I was absorbing contextual and historical research of the Soldiers’ Memorial park in Vilnius, and collecting a comprehensive amount of materials related to this place. Now upon my will to share it I would like to invite everyone reading this post to follow my project regardless of whether you’re interested in the history of Vilnius or simply enjoying vintage photos.

Apart from the studies during MMXIII there were a few creative works that I succeeded in, one of such being two distinctive designs of :GULAGGH: Vorkuta Test Press copies, sold by the British publisher SXIIIC. Most of the works I started earlier in MMXII and carried through MMXIII are still active and shall be revealed during this year.

I will discuss the other works more in depth in my following post soon. For now, feel free to listen to this occult soundscape, one of my earlier works, dedicated to Francisco Goya:

“Our bodies are prisons for our souls. Our skin and blood, the iron bars of confinement. But, fear not. All flesh decays. Death turns all to ash. And thus, death frees every soul.”

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