Viltė Bražiūnaitė ≈ Tomas Sinkevičius Lithuanian, b. 1991

Overview

Tomas Sinkevičius and Viltė Bražiūnatė is Lithuanian artist duo working together since 2014. In their artistic practice, they look at the nature that has been affected by the ongoing emergence of new forms of work, commodification and disrupted geopolitical certainties.

Works
Biography

Tomas Sinkevičius born 1991, Birštonas, Lithuania

EDUCATION

2014-2016

MFA, Konstfack, Sweden

2010-2014

BA in Photography and Media Art, Vilnius Academy of Art, Lithuania

 

Viltė Bražiūnaitė born 1991, Vilnius, Lithuania

EDUCATION

2015

Fine Art, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Austria

2010-2014

BA in Photography and Media Art, Vilnius Academy of Art, Lithuania

  

SOLO SHOWS

2019

Artissima Art Fair, Torin, Italy

2018

Cold Blooded, Editorial, Vilnius, Lithuania

Skinny Dip at Studio17, Stavanger, Norway

Birgit Jürgensen Prize: Paint Job, Vienna Art Academy, Austria

Paint Job at Klubovna, Brno, Czech Republic

2016 ​

Born Brilliant,​ Konstfack, Sweden

2015

POP UP Show, Umiotovskių rūmai, Vilnius, Lithuania

2014 

A Romance of Many Dimensions,Gallery Post , Kaunas, Lithuania

A Romance of Many Dimensions, JMVMC, Vilnius, Lithuania

 

GROUP SHOWS

2020

​Palydos​, group exhibition at Swallow, Vilnius, Lithuania

Spectrum, Gallery VARTAI, Vilnius, Lithuania

​Timemaker​, ​Pamarys Gallery, Juodkrantė

​Group show​ at UNA, Piacenza, Italy

2019 

Inner Pockets,​ Editorial, Vilnius, Lithuania

​The E.N.D​, Fonda, Leipzig, Germany

XVII a., Autarkia, Vilnius, Lithuania

FuelSave​, Vienna, Austria

ArtVilnius International Contemporary Art Fair, Vilnius, Lithuania

Watery Eyes, Galleri BOX, Gothenburg, Sweden

Human-Animal-Robot, MO Museum, Vilnius, Lithuania

2018 

Antarctica, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria

Here and now, Moscow Manege, Russia

Name of an Animal: A film and video programme​,​ ​Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania

Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Russia

Meno Celės’18: Viltis, Exhibition Halls Titanikas, Vilnius, Lithuania

Mesh - A Nordic video art marathon​, Galleri CC, Mälmo, Sweden

Afterwork video screening at Austrian American Short Film Festival, Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, USA

2017 

Parade, Klaipėda Culture Communication Center, Lithuania

Chewing Gum That Never Loses Its Flavor, Platform, Stockholm, Sweden

Posthuman Complicities, xhibit art space, Vienna, Austria

Body and Darkness, Galerija VARTAI, Vilnius, Lithuania

2016

Shallow, Quick and Not Yet Titled. JCDecaux Award Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania

Born Brilliant, Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden

2015 

BRINGSURFACE, Malonioji 6, Vilnius, Lithuania

Hungry Eyes, Platform, Stockholm, Sweden

2012 

PLT Young Art, The house of Polish Culture in Vilnius, Lithuania

 

GRANTS

2019

Lithuanian Council for Culture Individual Grant

2018

Birgit Jürgenssen Preis, Austria
2018

Stockholm Studio Grant
2018

Lithuanian Council for Culture Individual Grant

 

RESIDENCIES

2019

​AIR Krems​, Austria
2018

Residency at​ Rupert​, Vilnius, Lithuania
2014 ​

Nida Refresh​, Nida Art Colony, Nida, Lithuania 2014 ​state in between​, OKK/Raum 29, Berlin, Germany

Exhibitions
Bibliography

2019

Exhibition catalogue ​Animal-Human-Robot​, ​MO Museum, Vilnius, Lithuania
Exhibition review “​Antarctica. An Exhibition​ on ​Alienation​” at Kunsthalle Wien by ​Max L. Feldman ​on moussemagazine.it

2018

Exhibition catalogue ​Antarctica. An Exhibition​ on ​Alienation​, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
2017

Part of the issue​ ​The Artificial Question​ by Linas Kmieliauskas, N WIND magazine
Exhibition review​ ​Kūno kultūra aktų salėje​. Paroda „Kūnas ir tamsa“ galerijoje „Vartai“​ on artnews.lt
Exhibition catalogue​ ​Shallow, Quick and Not Yet Titled. JCDecaux Award​, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania

2016

Publication in​ ​POP UP Show ​Exhibition catalogue, Vilnius, Lithuania
2015

​Interview​ with Jogintė Bučinskaitė on artnews.lt
Displace: A Migrating Art Academies compendium of ideas,​ Migrating Art Academies, Vilnius, Lithuania
2012

Publication in Artūras Raila book ​Antisportas