Julijonas Urbonas Lithuanian, b. 1981


Julijonas Urbonas (b. 1981, Lithuania) is an artist, designer, researcher, engineer, associate professor at the Vilnius Academy of Arts, and Design Interactions PhD student at the Royal College of Art, London. He is also former pro-rector of the Vilnius Academy of Arts and former Director of the Soviet Amusement Park in Klaipėda.

Julijonas Urbonas’s artistic activity can be described as critical and speculative design, amusement park engineering, performative architecture, choreography, kinetic art and science fiction. His works are characterised by scientific accuracy and an ambition towards thought and humour. One of his most famous works, ‘Euthanasia Coaster’, is a great example of Urbonas’s artistic approach. The piece works as a hypothetical death machine, its design based on the science of aeronautics, space medicine, mechanical engineering and physics. The machine was created to explore the possibilities of gravitational force - an aspiration that is also reflected in many other of Urbonas’s projects. The artist coined the term ‘gravitational aesthetics’, meaning ‘an artistic approach exploiting the means of manipulating gravity to create experiences that push the body and imagination to their extremes’.

The artist has also significantly contributed to the field of design research: informed by many scientific and philosophical disciplines, his papers have been published in various journals and books. In his research work, the artist examines a unique approach to creative methodologies which he refers to as ‘vehicular poetics’ or ‘design choreography’.

Julijonas Urbonas is one of the most established critical designers in Lithuania. Actively participating in art, design and architecture biennials, he also publishes academic and other papers. Due to the uniqueness of his projects, Urbonas is often discussed in Lithuanian and world media. The artist has received numerous awards, including the Award of Distinction in Interactive Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2010, while his projects are included in museums as well as private collections.


For almost a decade, working between critical design, amusement park engineering, performative architecture, choreography, kinetic art and sci-fi, I have been developing various critical tools of negotiating gravity: from a killer roller coaster to an artificial asteroid made up entirely of human bodies. In these projects I coin the term of gravitational aesthetics, an artistic approach exploiting the means of manipulating gravity to create experiences that push the body and imagination to its extremes. Informed by postphenomenology, space medicine, particle physics, outer space anthropology, extro-disciplinarity, I have also established - by writing, researching and making - unique creative methodologies under such names as vehicular poetics and design choreography. Such an establishment has been shown and discussed in a wide diversity of venues: art, design, architecture biennials, academic and non-academic publications, TV and Radio shows. My work received many awards, including the Award of Distinction in Interactive Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2010. My projects can be found in private and museum collections such as the permanent collection of the Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe (ZKM)“. 


Born 1981 in Klaipėda, Lithuania

Lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania



Since 2007 – PhD in Design Interactions, Royal College of Art, London (United Kingdom)

2005-2007 – PhD in Design/Art Research (temporarily suspended), Vilnius Academy of Arts, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2003-2005 – MA in Design (Honours degree with Distinction), Vilnius Academy of Arts, Vilnius (Lithuania)

1999-2003 – BA in Visual Design, Vilnius Academy of Arts, Vilnius (Lithuania)


2021 – Lithuanian Space Agency: Planet of People, 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, Venice (Italy)

2020 – Planet of People, Collective, Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

2018 – A Planet of People, VARTAI Gallery, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2016 – Airtime – Lithuanian Pavilion, Triennale di Milano 2016, Milano (Italy)

2016 – Cumspin, VARTAI Gallery, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2016 – Prototypes for Alternative Realities, KKKC, Klaipeda (Lithuania)

2014 – Standing, Falling, Levitating, VARTAI Gallery, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2008 – Objects for Arithmomaniacs, Daiktų viešbutis design gallery, Vilnius (Lithuania)


2021 - Lanscape in a Convex Mirror, Art Encounters Biennial, Romania

2019 – EXTENSION.LT: Parallel Narratives, Triumph Gallery, Moscow (Russia)

2018 – Mind Temple, MOCA, Shanghai (China)

2018 – Waiting for Another Coming, Ujazdowski Castle CCA, Warsaw (Poland)

2018 – Life at the Edges, Science Gallery, Dublin (Ireland)

2018 – Stories of Things, National Gallery of Art, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2018 – Honey, Moon!, an experimental opera at New Opera Action Festival, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2018 – Coming to Terms with Sociotechnical Discrepancies, 12 Star Gallery, London (United Kingdom)

2018 – Riga Biennial, Riga (Latvia)

2018 – Enter, Šiauliai Art Gallery, Šiauliai (Lithuania)

2018 – Human+, Palazzo Esposizioni, Rome (Italy)

2017 – Human+, ArtScience Museum (Singapore)

2017 – New Texts, gallery Academy, Minsk (Belarus)

2017 – Sound and Matter in Design, Holon Design Museum, Holon (Israel)

2017 – To Die Out Laughing, 23rd International Biennial of Humour and Satire in Art, Gobrov (Bulgaria)

2017 – City Nature, National Gallery of Art, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2017 – Mastering Death: Artistic Perspectives, Josephinium, Vienna (Austria)

2017 – Academy+, VAA exhibition space ‘Titanikas’, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2016 – Žilvitis, VARTAI Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania

2016 – HUMAN+ The future of our species, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Barcelona (Spain)

2016 – The Life Fair, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

2015 – ViennaContemporary 2015, Vienna (Austria)

2015 – Thing Nothing, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (The Netherlands)

2015 – Kaunas Biennal, Kaunas Central Post Office, Kaunas (Lithuania)

2015 – Levitation, quarter21, Vienna (Austria)

2015 – Remediation, gallery POST, Kaunas (Lithuania)

2014 – Oneiric Hotel, Plartforma festival, Klaipėda (Lithuania)

2014 – COMING SOON: real imaginary futures, Bureau Floor, Maastricht (The                    Netherlands)

2014 – What Thinks Me, Taiga, St. Petersburg (Russia)

2014 – Revolving Starsand Shaky Grounds: Constellations of Precarious Knowledge, Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Dresden (Germany)

2014 – Design and Violence, MoMA, New York (USA)

2014 – A Show as/on (Artistic) Research, Gallery Malonioji, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2013 – Design Shanghai 2013, Power Station of Art, Shanghai (China)

2013 – ‘Oneiric Hotel’, ‘Water tower in LX Factory’, Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Lisbon (Portugal)

2013 – Merry Melancholy, Eskilstuna Art Museum, Eskilstuna (Sweden)

2013 – Urban Sounds, House of Electronic Arts, Basel (Switzerland)

2013 – homeMADE, CONSTRUCTING SUBSTITUTE WORLDS, Centre for Contemporary Art Laznia, Gdansk (Poland)

2012 – Update_4 Biennial, Zebrastraat, Gent (Belgium)

2012 – Sound Art. Sound as Medium of Art, ZKM, Karlsruhe (Germany)

2012 – Euthanasia CoasterHuman+, Science Gallery, Dublin (Ireland)

2011 – Sounding Doors - series of interactive art installations, various venues, Karlsruhe (Germany)

2011 – Talking Doors, Japan Media Arts Festival 2010, The National Art Center, Tokyo (Japan)

2010 – Emancipation Kit, St. Etienne Design Biennale 2010, St. Etienne (France)

2010 – Euthanasia Coaster, Research RCA: New Knowledge, Royal College of Art, London (United Kingdom)

2010 – Talking Doors, Prix Ars Electronica CyberArts Exhibition, Linz (Austria)

2009 – Funhouse, Made in Klaipėda?, Klaipėda Art Exhibition Hall, Klaipeda (Lithuania)

2009 – Talking Doors, series of interactive art installations in public space, workshops & lectures, various venues, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2009 – Objects for Arithmomaniacs, ISEA09, Waterfront Hall Gallery, Belfast (United Kingdom)

2008 – Elswhere, Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania, London, (United Kingdom)

2008 – Wind Orchestra, Migrating Reality – new media art exhibition, Berlin (Germany)

2007 – Wind Orchestra, Le Name – new media art festival & exhibition, Lille & Maubeuge (France)

2007 – Wind Orchestra, ENTER: Interactivity – new media art festival, Šiauliai (Lithuania)

2006 – Probe #1 (of Vestibular Recreation), 100% design - design exhibition, London (United Kingdom)

2006 – Wind Orchestra, PlArtforma – Contemporary Art Festival, Klaipėda (Lithuania)

2006 – Wind Orchestra, Art Now Future Now – International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Kaunas (Lithuania)

2005 – Blow Pong, New Discourses, Klaipėda Art Centre, Klaipėda (Lithuania)


2016 – Accelerate@CERN residency, CERN

2016 – M. K. Čiurlionis Cup 2016 (Lithuania)

2016 – Grant of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania.

2014 – Grant of the Research Council of Lithuania

2014 – Grant of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

2012 – Grant of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

2012 – Public Prize, New Technological Art 2012, Liedts-Meesen Foundation (Belgium)

2010 – Jury Recommended Work, 14th Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo (Japan)

2010 – Young Artist Award, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

2010 – Honorary mention in Participative Media, Live 2011 Grand Prix, Turku (Finland)

2010 – Award of Distinction in Interactive Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2010, Linz (Austria)

2010 – The Royal College of Art Bursary, London (United Kingdom)

2010 – The Royal College of Art Grant, London (United Kingdom)

2009 – The Royal College of Art Bursary, London (United Kingdom)

2008 – The Westerly Trust Grant, London (United Kingdom)

2007 – The Royal College of Art Bursary, London (United Kingdom)

2007 – Educational Grant of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

2007 – Main Award GRAND PRIX NORDICA, PRIX MOBIUS NORDICA 2007, mediaculture competition, Helsinki (Finland)

2006 – Main Award for the best artwork, International Biennale of Contemporary Graphic Art, Kaunas (Lithuania)

2005 – Rector’s Award for Design Innovation, Vilnius Academy of Art, Vilnius (Lithuania) 


Permanent collection of the ZMK | Centre for Art Media and Karlsruhe (Germany)

Private collections

Art Fairs

2018 – Julijonas Urbonas, “A Planet of People”, in: Imagining Lithuania: 100 years, 100 visions, 1918-2018, ed.: Norbertas Černiauskas, Marija Drėmaitė, Tomas Vaiseta, Vilnius: Lithuanian Culture Institute, 2018

2018 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Egzodisciplininis menas”, in: Postdisciplininis leksikonas, ed.: Vytautas Michelkevicius, Vilnius: LTMKS, 2018

2017 – Julijonas Urbonas, Ainė Jacytė, “Du žvilgsniai”, in: Šiaurės Atėnai, 2017-03-24 

 2015 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Stovint, krentant, levituojant: išplėstinis lankytojo gidas”, in: Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis, no. 79, Vilniaus: Vilniaus dailės akademija, 2015

2013 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Gravitational Design”, in: Rauchwolken und Luftschlösser: Temporäre Räume, ed.: Dennis Paul, Andrea Sick, Hamburg: Textem-Verlag, 2013

2013 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Gravitational Aesthetics: Design Choreography (Part 1,2,3,4)”, in: Space, no. 548-549-550-551, 2013

2013 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Gravitational Aesthetics: Vehicular Poetics (Part 1,2)”, in: Space, no. 553-554, 2013

2012 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Designing death: G-design, fatal Aesthetics, and social science fiction”, in: The Edge of Our Thinking, ed.: Florian A. Schmidt, London: Royal College of Art, 2012

2011 – Julijonas Urbonas, “The Invention of the pedestrian, or an introduction to the design of wearable means of transportation”, in: Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis, no. 61, Vilnius: Vilniaus dailės akademija, 2011

2010 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Gravitational aesthetics”, in: Copenhagen working papers on design, ed.: Per Galle, Helle Hove, The Danish School Press, 2010

2010 – Julijonas Urbonas, “The barany chair and g-design”, in: ARC magazine, ed.: Charmian Griffin, London: Royal College of Art, 2010

2010 – Julijonas Urbonas, Talking doors, catalogue, Vilnius: Hotel of Things, 2010

2009 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Ateities namai: dizainas ir technologijos geresnei namų aplinkai”, in: Medijų kultūros balsai: teorijos ir praktikos, ed.: Vytautas Michelkevičius, Vilnius: VšĮ MENE, 2009

2009 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Atsistojus: pirmapradė gravitacijos, žmogaus ir technologijos samplaika”, in: artnews.lt, 2016-10-03

 2009 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Gravitational aesthetics”, In: ISEA2009: The 15th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Belfast: University of Ulster, 2009

2008 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Wind orchestra”, in: Migrating Reality / Migruojanti realybė, ed.: Mindaugas Gapševičius, Vilnius: VšĮ MENE, 2008

2008 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Objects for arithmomaniacs”, in: Medijų kultūros balsai, Vilnius: VšĮ MENE, 2008

2007 – Julijonas Urbonas, “Įtarpinto humoro dizainas: ribų ritualas ir ideo-terapija interaktyvioje terpėje”, in: Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis, no. 44, Vilnius: Vilniaus dailės akademija, 2007


2015 – Levitate, Talk at Vienna Art Week, MuseumsQuartier, Vienna (Austria)

2015 – Designing amusement rides for alternative reality, Talk at TEDxVilnius, Lithuanian National Drama Theatre, Vilnius (Lithuania) 

2015 – Materialised philosophy: staged arguments, transtextuality and material hermeneutics in art and design, Workshop at doctoral symposium “Smoke and Mirrors”, Nida Doctoral School, Nida (Lithuania)

2015 – Hypothetic Design, Lecture at University of Gothenburg, School of Design and Craft, Gothenburg (Sweden)

2015 – How to have a good airtime, Performative lecture at symposium “Interformat: On Time”, Nida Art Colony, Nida (Lithuania)

2015 – Necrophilic Design and the Art of Placebo, Talk at conference “The Body: Out of Time and Without a Place”, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania. 

2015 – Vehicular Poetics, Lecture at conference “Active Textile”, Panemune Castle (Lithuania)

2014 – Gravitational Aesthetics, Conference (organiser), Panemune Castle (Lithuania)

2014 – Oneric Lab, Workshop at Imagine Agente. Imagination Lab, Vilnius University, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2014 – The Search of the Third Table: Speculative Enactment, Workshop, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2014 – Speculative Methodology, Staging Philosophy and Transtextuality in Art and Design, Lecture, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2014 – Nonfiction of Levitation, Lecture-performance at Space Odyssey - Art Student Days, Vilnius Academy of Art, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2014 – Sounding Architectures, Workshop at Design Biennale 2013, Power Station of Art, Shanghai (China)

2013 – Gravitational Design, Euthanasia Coaster and Oneiric Hotel, Lecture at Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden, Dresden (Germany)

2013 – Oneiric Workshop, Workshop at “Rupert” - centre for art and education, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2013 – Walking on the Wall, Talk-performance at festival “Vilnius in Gdansk”, Gdansk (Poland)

2013 – Nonfiction of Levitation, Talk-performance at Kosmica 2013, Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City (Mexico)

2012 – Designing Death, Lecture at “IMMORTAL: Colloquium Update_4”, Ghent (Belgium)

2012 – Gravitational Design, Lecture at “Air castles and smoke clouds”, University of the Arts Bremen (Germany)

2012 – Walking on the wall: design choreography, Lecture-performance at “Rewriting histories: artists about artists”, National Gallery of Art, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2011 – Talk at Ministry of Education and Science, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2011 – Designing Death, Paper presentation at “The Edge of Our Thinking: Research in Art & Design”, Royal College of Art, London (United Kingdom)

2011 – Talk at Parsons School of Design. The New School, New York, (USA)

2011 – Euthanasia Coaster: G-design, Fatal Asethetics and Social Sci-Fi, Talk at “Applied Brilliance 2011”, Jackson Hole (USA) 

2011 – A series of workshops at “Sounding Architectures”, Morgenstrasse Gallery, Karlsruhe (Germany)

2011 – Talking Doors and Sounding Architectures, Lecture at The University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe (Germany)

2011 – Nonfiction of Levitation, Talk-performance at “Kosmica 4”, The Arts Catalyst, London (United Kingdom)

2011 – Euthanasia Coaster, Project presentation at Science Gallery, Dublin (Ireland) 

2011 – Lecture at “Alternative Aesthetics”, Architecture department, Royal College of Art, London (United Kingdom)

2010 – G-Design: Vehicular Poetry, Design Choreography, Gravitational Forgery and other design strategies, Lecture at “Design Interactions”, Royal College of Art, London (United Kingdom)

2010 – Talking Doors, Project presentation at ARS Electronica Festival 2010: Prix Forum Interactive Art, Linz (Austria) 

2010 – Paper presentation, “CEPHAD 2010”, Conference on philosophy and design research, Danish Design School, Copenhagen (Denmark)

2009 – Lecture at Vilnius Academy of Arts, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2009 – Gravitational Aesthetics, Paper presentation at The 15th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Belfast (United Kingdom)

2009 – Talking Doors, Presenter/workshop organizer, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2009 – Transgressions, Workshop at Vilnius Academy of Art, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2009 – Reviewer at “HCI 2009”, 23rd British Computer Society conference on Human Computer Interaction, Cambridge University (United Kingdom)

2008 – Fictional Design and Design Fiction, Lecture-performance at gallery Daiktų viešbutis, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2007 – Interactive Art Practice and Theory, Talk at “Interaktyvaus meno praktika ir teorija”, “ENTER_5” media art festival, Šiauliai (Lithuania)

2007 – Mediated Humor Design: boundary ritual and ideo-therapy in interactive media, Paper presentation at conference “Media studies: philosophy, communication, art”, Vilnius (Lithuania)

2007 – Multimodal Interaction Design, Lecture/presentation at KIASMA contemporary art centre, Helsinki (Finland)


2020 – Agnė Šimkūnaitė, “Julijonas Urbonas apie kosminę vaizduotę: kopijuojamos didžiųjų valstybių vizijos”, in: LRT.lt, 2020-06-15

2020 – Jyni Ong, “Julijonas Urbonas uses 3D scans of gallery visitors’ bodies to create an artificial asteroid”, in: It‘s Nice That, 2020-02-11

2019 – Neringa Černiauskaitė, “Julijonas Urbonas”, in: Artforum, 2019-04

2019 – “An artificial planet made entirely of human bodies”, in: We make money not art, 2019-02-20

2019 – Kotryna Markevičiūtė, “Julijono Urbono minties eksperimentai”, in: artnews.lt, 2019-01-24

2019 – Monika Kalinauskaitė, “Fantazijų problemos. Julijono Urbono paroda ‘Planeta iš žmonių’ galerijoje ‘Vartai”, in: 15min.lt, 2019-01-02

2017 – Agnė Skamarakaitė, “J. Urbonas: CERN yra ir savotiškas cirkas”, in: LRT.lt, 2017-06-28

2017 – Rita Mikučionytė, “Įtraukiančios patirtys: Paroda ‘Miesto gamta: pradedant Vilniumi’ Nacionalinėje dailės galerijoje”, in: 7 meno dienos, no. 13(1207), 2017

2017 – Jogintė Bučinskaitė, “Sintetinis miesto miegas parodoje ‘Miesto gamta: pradedant Vilniumi”, in: 15min.lt, 2017-02-27

2017 – Jolanta Marcišauskytė-Jurašienė, “Vilnius kaip rizominių junginių mazgas. Paroda ‘Miesto gamta: pradedant Vilniumi’ NDG”, in: artnews.lt, 2017-04-23

2016 – Lina Michelkeviče, “Juokelių elegancija. Krišas Salmanis ir Julijonas Urbonas galerijoje ‘Vartai”, in: 15min.lt, 2016-09-13

2016 – Greta Klimkaitė, „„Eutanazijos kalnelių“ kūrėjas: meninis tyrimas – mokslą išlaisvinanti priemonė“, in: LRT.lt, 2016-07-17

2016 – Jurij Dobriakov, “Euforiškos distopijos. Julijono Urbono parodos ‘Alternatyvių realybių prototipai’ KKKC ir ‘Airtime’ XXI Milano dizaino trienalėje”, in: artnews.lt, 2016-04-30

2016 – Isabel Hunter, “The white-knuckle ride to your death: ‘Euthanasia rollercoaster’ will be the last thrill you ever get – although experts warn you may spend your final moments feeling SICK”, in: Daily Mail, 2019-01-16

2016 – Agnė Narušytė, “Nekritę kovoje už būvį Žodinis pasivaikščiojimas po ‘Vartų’ galerijos parodą ‘Žilvitis”, in: 7 meno dienos, no. 11(1163), 2016

2015 – Karolina Tomkevičiūtė, “Daktaru Mirtimi pramintas Julijonas Urbonas ‘Kauno bienalėje’ žiūrovus glumina ‘Dvejojančiomis durimis”, in: 15min.lt, 2015-10-15

2015 – Goda Raibytė, “J. Urbonas: mirtis gali būti maloni ir elegantiška”, in: LRT.lt, 2015-09-08

2014 – Kęstutis Šapoka, “Paroda it* (meninis) tyrimas’ projektų erdvėje ‘Malonioji 6”, in: artnews.lt, 2014-12-11

2014 – Akvilė Engliskaitė, “Julijonas Urbonas. Atrakcionų griovėjas”, in: kulturpolis.lt, 2014-06-02

2014 – Antonio Damasio, „Euthanasia Coaster (Julijonas Urbonas)“, in: MOMA, 2014-04-28. 

2014 – Karolina Rybačiauskaitė, “Meno laboratorija ar pramogų parkas?: Vadimo Fiškino ir Julijono Urbono paroda galerijoje ‘Vartai”, in: 7 meno dienos, no. 16(1077), 2014

2013 – Jessica Quinones, “Julijonas Urbonas: la montaña rusa de la muerte”, in: Cultura Coectiva, 2013-07-09

2012 – Monika Krikštopaitytė, “Sinchronizacijos dėsnis: Apie (parodų) žiūrėjimo patirtis”, in: 7 meno dienos, no. 36(1004), 2012

2011 – Mark Frauenfelder, “Euthanasia Coaster: the suicide roller coaster”, in: Boing Boing, 2011-09-30

2011 – “The Euthanasia Coaster”, in: We make money not art, 2011-06-20

2011 – Cory Doctorow, “Euthanasia coaster: assisted suicide by thrills”, in: Boing Boing, 2011-04-20

2011 – Cyriaque Lamar, “The Euthanasia Coaster, the last roller coaster you'll ever ride”, in: Gizmodo, 2011-04-18

2011 – Olivia Solon, “The future of the human species explored”, in: WIRED, 2011-04-06

2011 – Thomas Seely, “Art Uncovered – Julijonas Urbonas”, in: Breakthru Radio, 2011

2011 – Amy Enchelmeyer, “Sucide by Roller Coaster”, in: Discovery.com, 2011

2011 – Paula Rothman, “A montanha-russa da morte”, in: Abril.com, 2011

2010 – Jurij Dobriakov, “Julijonas Urbonas: mąstantis daiktais”, in: artnews.lt, 2010-06-20

            2009 – Cameron Bird, “Dare to dream”, in: Wired, 2009-05, p. 60

2008 – Ana Siman, “Kam dizainui mokslas?”, in: DEKO, 2008-07-31