Eglė Pilkauskaitė sculpture SOIL SURFACE #2


Soil Surface #2 sculpture is a sculpture in which the imprint of the soil is cast in concrete slabs. According to the artist, it aims to make sense of the value of (the) “earth” being turned into an exhibit, and of the issues relating to the Anthropocene, all the while highlighting the importance of man’s physical relationship with nature.



Soil-cast Concrete, Steel 

H 138 cm X W 92 X L 92 cm

Eglė Pilkauskaitė is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Vilnius. She graduated from Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London in 2014 with a BA in Drawing. Since 2016 she has been actively participating in exhibitions and art projects in Lithuania and abroad.


Saskia Fischer LIGHTS


LIGHTS is an installation of six hand-made neons. Possible to purchase whole installation or each object separately.

The illuminated sculptures possess an organic, bulbous, and feminine formal language, resembling phosphorescent vermicular creatures. The coloured borosilicate glass tubes contain the inert gases neon and argon. The contrast between the glass tints and the electrified gases creates a vibrant, animated visual effect. 


Light 1 (Twist) – 1400 €

Light 2 + Light 3 (Heart) – 2000 €

Light 4 (Snake) – 1800 €

Light 6 (Swirl) – 1100 €

Light 1 (Twist) – borosilicate glass (amber), neon, transformer, wire

Light 2 + Light 3 (Heart) – borosilicate glass (yellow, mid blue), argon, transformer, wire

Light 4 (Snake) – borosilicate glass (green), neon, transformer, wire

Light 6 (Swirl) – borosilicate glass (light pink), neon, transformer, wire

Light 1 (Twist) – ca. 90 cm

Light 2 + Light 3 (Heart) – ca. 70 cm + ca. 85 cm

Light 4 (Snake) – ca. 100 cm

Light 6 (Swirl) – ca. 50 cm

Saskia Fischer (Germany) is an interdisciplinary artist working with images, objects, texts, and environments. Her research is concerned with the paradigms that form and inform landscape as a reflection of cultural and social values. This research is expressed through photographs and installations synthesizing diverse media blending materials and motives from architecture, gender studies and art history. Saskia studied postgraduate fine art at Goldsmiths, University of London (2018), photography at Folkwang University in Essen (2015), and sculpture/installation at Estonian Academy of Arts (2014). 


Arvydas Umbrasas sculpture the hunt


Arvydas Umbrasas’s research for this work took its starting point in the myth of The Cosmic Hunt. This myth tells the story of an animal which was chased and wounded by a man, bounced off the ground, leapt into the sky and turned into the Great Bear constellation.



Aluminum casting, cold-rolled steel, anti-rust paint, rubber 

H 1100 cm X W 1100 cm X L 3900 X 700 cm

Arvydas Umbrasas is a Vilnius-based artist. His sculptural works deal with cosmic bodies and their impact on the human imagination.