Q&A at contemporary art blog "Copenhagen Contemporary" with Lithuanian artist Gabrielė Adomaitytė! Visit her studio and learn more about the process of her creation:
"Q: Can you tell me about your background?
A: I was born and raised in Kaunas, Lithuania. My hometown is famous for its impressive and extensive modernist architecture which was built during The Interwar Period, between 1919 and 1939 when Kaunas became the temporary capital of the restored Lithuanian state. It was sometimes referred to as “Little Paris” after the avant-gardist French Art Déco and even “Little Boston,” after American Art Deco. This environment definitely informed my earliest aesthetic interests..."