Regione Nubibus is a glance into Lithuania’s transition from a communist to a capitalist state, consisting of two visual case studies into the periphery areas Šalčininkai – Divided Villages, and Visaginas – Nuclear City. During the Twentieth century, Lithuania had many faces: there was a period of being an independent state, and periods of Nazi and Soviet occupations, some parts of contemporary Lithuania also belonged to Poland. After proclaiming independence from the Soviet Union in 1990, freedom euphoria in Lithuania was soon joined with a hardship of economic and ideological transition. Concepts such as state, democracy, identity, culture, and so on, became subjects to redefinition while people’s heads, stomachs, and wardrobes were filled with little known or unknown things. By utilising photography, video, sound recording, archival material and written narrative, I investigate personal and social memory as well as present existence in relation to politics and identity.