Gretė Tvarkūnaitė (b.’94) is a photographer / multimedia artist (BA Photography ’16, MA Digital Media ’17, University of Huddersfield, UK). The main subject that interests her and therefore occupies her work is a study of people: their relationship to the physical environment, and to the economic, political and intellectual conditions that determine them.
Her work has been presented in various group exhibitions and media outlets in the United Kingdom (’15 – ’18), China (’16) and Lithuania (’17 – ’23). For the project “not one dimensional society”, Gretė was awarded major bursary by the Association for Photography in Higher Education (APHE, UK, ’16) and Dean’s Award for Contemporary Practice (University of Huddersfield, UK, ’16). Also, was an artist selected for the Royal Photographic Society’s lnternational Photography Exhibition 160 (RPS, UK, ’17), Vilnius Photo Circle Festival (LT, ’17) and Nida OFF (LT. ’20).
She also curates as well as coordinates projects and residencies at the independent art platform “Iškrovos” and the Užupis art incubator (LT).
currently based in Vilnius, Lithuania / works on personal and commissioned projects worldwide
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