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SIGITA SILINA

is a contemporary Latvian-born photographer, filmmaker, and visual artist currently based in the United Kingdom. With a keen eye for sociocultural dynamics, her artistic practice looks into the transformative power of visual language, technology, and social ideologies on the intricacies of human behavior. Informed by the realms of cognitive science and visual expression, Sigita's interdisciplinary approach seamlessly merges still images and videos, employing both digital and analogue mediums. Her creative focus revolves around perception, reasoning, memory, and emotion.

 

Sigita's most recent work, the art film titled "Liminal Potential ", was featured at the York Art Gallery, where she earned a spot as one of the finalist artist for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2024,

as well showcased at Sunderland Shorts Film Festival 2023.

 Sigita's exceptional artistry has garnered recognition, including being longlisted as an artist at the prestigious Aesthetica Art Prize in York, UK in 2022. Furthermore, her work has been featured in the renowned Aesthetica Magazine's book/artist catalogue, Future Now 2022.

  In 2020, Sigita earned her Masters of Arts degree in Photography, honing her artistic vision to its fullest potential.

  Her artistic prowess was previously showcased in a captivating solo exhibition titled

"The Inner World of Images" at the esteemed art space 'The Carousel' in Nottingham, UK in 2019.

Prior to this accomplishment, Sigita successfully completed her Bachelors of Arts degree in Photography, Video, and Digital Image in 2018.

  Sigita Silina's evocative creations traverse the boundaries of art, science, and philosophy, beckoning viewers to explore the interplay between society, visual culture, and the enigmatic depths of human consciousness.   

With her thought-provoking works, Sigita invites us to contemplate the multifaceted nature of our perception and the profound influence of imagery on our understanding of the world. Through her unique artistic expression, she enriches our visual landscape and sparks a deeper understanding of the intricate tapestry that binds society and the human experience.

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