Category Archives: Neoconceptual Art


The Voynich manuscript has come to life–in silk

Two years ago, I started researching the Voynich manuscript. It was written in the early 15th century in northern Italy. This beautifully written text has never been deciphered, even by the most gifted cryptographers. I […]

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History repeats itself

Last night I went to a local historical society lecture about the houses in this neighborhood. Half an hour into the presentation, an elderly man, sitting in front of me, passed out. I immediately helped […]

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Spirituality in Silk (Dvasingumas Šilke)

Native American Sanctuary, large-scale, pure silk wrap In my art I have tried to create beauty, but beauty with philosophic and emotional depth. My work has delved into the origins of thinking, consciousness, the core […]

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NeuroArt review on Lithuanian TV

Giedrė Gorienė, of the “Hot Commentary” TV program, interviewed me. This was in Vilnius, Lithuania. During this presentation, I reviewed my NeuroArt accomplishments. I had given this PowerPoint presentation a few days earlier at the […]

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Bowed Electrons presentations in Cape Town, South Africa

The “Bowed Electrons 2022” contemporary music festival and symposium took place in Cape Town, South Africa, September 3-7, 2022. I collaborated with composer Darius Klisys, Marijampole, Lithuania. I created the visual elements for “Siberia Souls” […]

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Coincidences do not happen

Yesterday, the final stones were placed in my 230-boulder installation at Varnupiai Sacred Mound (piliakalnis) in Lithuania. This is the most ambitious art project that I have ever undertaken. Planning and implementation started a year […]

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Keynote presentation at a contemporary music festival in South Africa

  On September 7, 2022, at 17:00 SAST (Chicago 10:00; Lithuania 18:00), I will deliver a Keynote presentation (virtually) during the annual Bowed Electrons contemporary music festival and symposium hosted by the South African College […]

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Atgaiva: to be refreshed

On Sunday, September 4, I will be reviewing my artistic career, and showing my latest silk scarves in a fashion show. This is taking place at the Dainava summer camp in Michigan. My presentation will […]

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Kai Mintys Prabyla (When the Mind Speaks)

“Kai Mintys Prabyla” (“When the Mind Speaks”), multi-media presentation showcasing my silk scarves and art work, at the Marijampole Cultural Center, Lithuania, September 2, starting at 17:00. Regrettably I will not be able to attend […]

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Alytus Synagogue: poetic art installation

The Alytus Synagogue was originally built in 1856, on a beautiful hilly location, overlooking the city center. This synagogue experienced the horrors of the Lithuanian holocaust. Given the history of this building, and my own […]

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