In 2015 I participated in Eglė Budvytytė’s mobile performance "Choreography for the Running Male" as a part of Surviving K(n)it 2015. The work, that questions notions of socialized behavior that infiltrate public consciousness and, as an extension, public space.
For me it was more like Choreography for the Thinking Male, where I had a chance to question myself and posses answers in public about my fears, behavior patterns, sexuality and needs as a publicly exposed person.
Eglė Budvytytė’s vision allowed to fit within her project having to deal with my own challenges, promoting me further in my research.
Project: Eglė Budvytytė
Photos: Didzis Grodzs and Ēriks Gailis
Further reading in blog (russian)