Exhibition time: 20 11 - 12 12 2020
Venue: Meno Parkas Gallery (Dorotheenstrasse 22, 40235, Düsseldorf, Germany)
An exhibition titled “20/20” by the contemporary artist Dalia Truskaitė will open at the Meno Parkas Gallery (Dorotheenstr. 22) on Friday, November 20, without an opening reception event.
In the exhibition artist, with the help of the artwork – a horizontal wire plane – devides gallery‘s space, eliminates its functionality, complicates the physical state of the viewer in his usual territory, thus creating questions for the visitor about the perception and meanings of a gallery's space.
„I‘m mostly interested in formal (pure) plastic ideas, relations between space and object, transformations of space („discussions“ with a space). So is this work, conceived as an abstract (horizontal division of space), a bit provocative to the audience (inability to enter the space, intended for the viewer to enter in) idea. Which kept spinning in my mind without finding the right space, until in the summer of 2019 we agreed to “place” it in the Meno Parkas Gallery in Düsseldorf.
It sometimes happens that life contexts seem to "unveil" even completely abstract works... and unexpectedly gives completely different, unplanned meanings to the author's ideas... . It also happened this time.“
Dalia Truskaitė is a midgeneration contemporary artist, mostly working with glass. She graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Arts, stained glass studies, created 12 stained glass and architectural glass compositions in public and private spaces. For the past decade, she has been working mainly in the field of contemporary art. Creates works of conceptual, minimalist expression, site specific art. The works of the artist belong to the direction of postminimalism.
Works at Vilnius Justinas Vienožinskis Art School. Curated 10 Lithuanian and international projects and exhibitions. Member of the Lithuanian Artists' Association. Lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Exhibition is organized by Meno Parkas Gallery
Exhibition partner "Gleixnerart"
Exhibition is partly financed by the Lithuanian Council for Culture and UEBERFAHRT e.V.