Unmasking Masks: I Hide Myself From My Thought With Photography
I am a Lithuanian fine art photographer based in Cornwall, England. I am completely self-taught, having only inspiration, which comes from the inside of my imagination and can be really dark sometimes. I try to hide myself from my thoughts in these pictures and “mask” them.
My work mainly focuses on visuals in my self-portraits, which I create with a single idea in mind so the context in it is not necessarily for interpretation. The story line is nonexistent and only lives for a single moment without beginning and the end.
My images don’t have stories. It’s more like there are metaphors and ideas portrayed in them. I think that all the best things creatively and visually are things that just happen naturally, so I let them go effortless and easy. You can only find that effortlessness by letting things just happen as they are, because things that get overly directed stiffen.
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