Ieva Ragauskaite

Ieva Ragauskaite

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"Hearing word 'form' at first my imagination run through really cliché explanations - square, triangle all these geometric forms that I’ve know since I was kid and forms that seems so familiar and forms that you can draw not thinking about it at all.  Geometric forms themselves aren’t natural or organic and with my works I wanted to show something completely different – two humans sliding into something so organic and pure – making new unseen forms. 
For me these pieces work on few different levels – it’s very romantic, it shows nature of wanting be with someone or be part of something, love and how feeling can transform objects (humans) into new…forms. 
I would like viewers to see how fragile and strong at the same time objects are, just like all of us, how one object hold another or carries it, takes care of it and nourishes it. I would love for people to see new forms that strong feeling of companionship, understanding and carrying about one another can create mostly in our real everyday lives."

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