Upcoming solo show:
– (Woman 2) Has this hotel got so many secrets?
– (Man) So many.
– (Woman 2) How strange. Why do you look at me like that?
– (Man) You hardly seem to remember me. It was last year. Have I changed so much? Or are you pretending not to know me? One year. Maybe more. At least you haven’t changed. You’ve still got the same faraway eyes. The same smile, the same sudden laugh.
(Voice-over) She immediately retreated. After this behaviour had continued for some time, the male seemed to lose interest, and the female became the aggressor. She advanced, and, to the surprise of the observers, thumped her chest, stamped her feet, and beat a tattoo on the walls.
(taken from Kristina Inčiūraitė’s experimental film ‘Limbo’, 2018)
The Greenbrier, a hotel located in West Virginia, USA, Alain Resnais’ film ‘Last Year at Marienbad’ (1961), Solly Zuckerman’s research work ‘The Social Life of Monkeys and Apes’ (1932) and Kristina Inčiūraitė’s memories are closely intertwined in her newest contemporary art project ‘Limbo’.
Exhibition is supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture