The Exploration of Invisible People

My 5 year long project, started in 2011 year, examines post-soviet, XXI century individuals, LGBTQ community members and freethinkers in conservative society of Lithuania’s capital city Vilnius.

The people itself, often from troubled families, suffering from genderism, extreme homophobia, transphobia and persecution, tends to live secret, closed life, become the invisible, unseen, ignored part of the city. The aim of this project is to make the prohibited people visible, providing the curious member of the public to have a look and accept reality as call for a change.

Project end date was June of 2016, part of it was previously published at Lithuanian cities Vilnius and Kaunas collaborative exhibitions with other social-themed authors.

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