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Aurelija Karaliunaite

titolo: A Poem
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: A Vision
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: Alice
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: Cloak of Light
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: Contact
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: Echo
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: Rapid Eye Movement
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: Reach
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: The Sacrifice
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.
titolo: Wings
The first cities started to grow a few thousand years ago. It seems as a long period compared to the lifespan of a human being. Yet it is only a mere blink of an eye in contrast to the time needed for an organism to adapt to its surroundings. Rapidly advancing habitats, social relations and evolving tools are challenging humans in the ability to accommodate the change. And still, the human eye is adapted to see mostly green color tones. “The Incarnations” is a series of atmospheric portraits trying to depict the ongoing change of one’s personal projections and the ease which is felt when we remember the sometimes forgotten part of ourselves.