An exhibition devised as a response to disregard of our course, and new media art in
general, within our university. 
Premiere of new work: Bėgiai, an interactive installation
meant to bring to attention the history of deportation and exile in Lithuania. 
A poem roughly outlining the unfolding of exile of Lithuanian hangs to the left of the work. A
TV laid flat shows names of people exiled from a region in Lithuania, one at a time.
To the right, a CRT TV shows own videos recorded on and around trains in Lithuania.
The video reacts to the ambient noise levels in the space – to move forwards, the
viewers must remain silent in respect to those who were exiled. 

The noisier the space gets, the slower the video gets, until it begins reversing. 
Without respecting the past, one cannot move forward
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