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Gintautas Trimakas

Repetition is an important element in Trimakas’ work. He uses classification in his images of used items in a bathroom or people’s clothes, as a way to arrest the viewer in front of his studies of mundane objects. Trimakas seems to be looking for traces of the decay that unfolds in people’s daily lives when they remain alone with themselves as well as traces of their capacity for recognition by defamiliarizing that which usually enables identification. Maneuvering between banality and ambiguity, Trimakas encourages reflection on the themes of authentic existence and its temporality.

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