“Swimming Through”: We Dyed The Pond In Front Of The Russian Embassy In Lithuania So That It Looks Like Blood
The performance “Swimming Through” is a call for action in support of the Ukrainian people who are facing genocide committed by Russia.
It’s a call to not remain neutral in the face of the war. A call to take an active part in protecting the lives, the freedom, and the democracy of Ukrainian people who are being tortured, raped, and killed by Russia.
Photo and Video: Neringa Rekašiūtė, Berta Tilmantaitė, Mindaugas Drigotas, Andrius Repšys, Karolis Pilypas Liutkevičius
Music: Viktoras Urbaitis
Big thanks to the sponsors: Cgates, UAB; Aurelijus Liubinas; Inospectra, UAB
The performance “Swimming Through” is a call to take action in support of the lives and the freedom of the Ukrainian people
It is important not to get numb to the horrific images of mass killings of Ukrainians and their pain. The seemingly never-ending horrors imposed by Russia on the Ukrainian land must not become the norm. With countries such as Germany not stepping up and posing adequate sanctions on the aggressor – choosing money over people, makes it hard to remain hopeful. Therefore it’s crucial that we keep acting – spreading truthful information, volunteering, protesting, donating, and pressuring our governments to take action.
We dyed the pond in front of the Russian embassy in Lithuania with red ecological dye which symbolizes the war crimes committed against Ukrainians
The swimming was performed by Lithuanian Olympian Rūta Meilutytė
The bloody pond emphasizes Russia’s responsibility for committing war crimes against Ukrainians. Swimming, performed by Lithuanian Olympian Rūta Meilutytė, symbolizes the need for continuous effort to fight through.
(The pond in front of the Russian embassy in Lithuania was dyed with ecological paint which is environmentally friendly and extensively used in biological scientific tests).
We think that it is important to protest and pressure our governments to take action in stopping the aggressor, we need to fight through
Performance “Swimming Through”
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