On 4 October (Friday) at 6 p.m., Raimondas Daukša’s solo exhibition “Bluebird” opens at the gallery “Si:said” (Daržų 18, Klaipėda).
In his latest exhibition, Raimondas Daukša shows a posthumous mask of his beloved car. Instead of the traditional wax or plaster, he uses feathers and fluff to create a mask in an attempt to ground the car’s memory. He sends it off to a better life. As if promising her eternal bliss and undisturbed rest, he surrounds her with beautiful objects reminiscent of clouds or sheep being counted before falling asleep. Everyone who would like to bid farewell to his beloved car is welcome to participate.
Raimondas Daukša (b. 1962) graduated from the Vilnius Art Institute in 1992. Since 1993, he has participated in exhibitions. In 1997 to 2002, Daukša was a member of the Lithuanian Artists’ Union. Since 2010, he has been a member of ANTILOX Movement. He lives and works in Palanga.
The exhibition will be open until 1 November.