Exhibition time: 30 06 2016. 6 pm

Venue: Kaunas Cinema Center "Romuva" (Laisvės al. 54, Kaunas)



On the last week of June will be held the presentation of short animated and documentary films, that was created during the workshops at the Lithuanian and French prisons.

Tiltas-Passerelle is an animated short-film and a documentary made after art workshops in a Lithuanian and a French prison. Inmates were invited to create a story and its visual world inspired by the collections of Lyon Fine Arts Museum and M.K Ciurlonis Museum in Kaunas. Guided by artists from both countries, they experimented drawing, painting, collages, writing, voice recording and sound design. The result is both an insight into their feelings about imprisonment and an escape into an imaginary world. It shows how the universal language of art can be a tiltas between oneself, the others and the outside world.


On June 27th a presentation of short animated and documentary films will be held at Marijampole Correction House;

On June 28th a presentation will be held at Prison Department under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania;

On June 30th (Thursday) will be held a public presentation at Cinema Center "Romuva".


The artistic team:

Judith Lesur, video artist and head of the project;
Lukas Kolmogorcevas – artist;
Philippe Gordiani – sound artist and director;
Ramūnas Jasutis – musician and sound designer.


Rhône-Alpes Region council, The French Ministry os Justice, The French Ministry of Culture, Kaunas City Municipality, Lithuanian Council for Culture.


Prison Department under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania, Marijampole Correction House, Roanne City Prison (France), M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum, Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon (France), „cadavre exquis“ (France), Kaunas Cinema Center "Romuva".