Artwork By Artūras Tamašauskas
“…I use things that are no longer needed by anyone or fragments of them, which can be found in scrap metal shops or flea markets. Thanks to my imagination, they take on a new form, as if they are reincarnated, transformed and become a new body already in artistic expression. I feel a kind of relief when I resurrect an object with its history already doomed to destruction. I always try to ensure that the character I create carries a positive emotional charge and a sense of surprise.”
By Artūras Tamašauskas
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