JUSTINA NEKRAŠAITĖ


INFORMATION
    culture engineer, organizer, freelance curator and the book photographer. Motivated by ‘do it yourself’ attitude with a burning curiosity to question what we think we know; promoting creativity and knowledge exchange in not-so-orthodox ways.


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JUSTINA NEKRAŠAITĖ
born in Vilnius, 1987
justina.nekrasaite@gmail.com


EDUCATION:
2019 
The Autumn School of Curating. (Cluj & Timișoara, Romania)
2014 April 28 - May 2
Radboud University (Nijmegen, Netherlands), Masterclasses “Waves” Blikwisseling. 
2008 - 2012
Vilnius Academy of Arts (Vilnius), Bachelors of Photography and Media Arts
2011 February - June
Miguel Hernández Faculty of Fine Arts of Altea (Altea, Spain), Fine art department

GRANDS:
2019
Gementee Amsterdam
2018
Stokroos Foundation
2014
Ans&Wouters-Hellebrekers Fonds, Netherlands

CURATORIAL:
2016 - 2020
October 2017 - 2020
Founder and curator 'There is a wall to be crossed, And I am the wall':

3,4,5,6 September 2020
Nina Glockner Side - specific performance 
‘Building as Opera’ Tolstraat 160,
Amsterdam
Project Supported by Gementee Amsterdam

12 - 21 April 2019
Isabel Cordeiro Group exhibition
‘Life without negativity’
At7, Schipluidenlaan 12,
Amsterdam

March 2019
‘There is wall to be crossed, and I am the wall’ Gallery residency
Vytautas Magnus University Gallery 101,
Muitinės g. 7, Kaunas,
Lithuania

3 November 2018
Alina Lupu ‘Fieldwork’
Side-specific gesture Betondorp,
Amsterdam

27 October 2018
Nina Glockner Studio visit and discussion
Jan Van Eyck Academy, Academieplein 1,
Maastricht

2018 - 2019
- Wildlife, a platform for performance art and meetings,
Goleb, Amsterdam
(In collaboration with Sema Bekirovic)

October 2014 – June 2017
- curator and head floor manager at the Bookstore Space
Amsterdam

September 2016 – May 2017
- Founder of Eighteen 29, a platform for visual artist and music
Amsterdam

September 2016 – November 2017
- Co-organizer Open Doors and Special guest, De Monsterkamer
Amsterdam

September 2016 – April 2017
- Breaking for knowledge, Program manager
Amsterdam

2015
- Wrong Tited Films,
(In collaboration with Anastasija Pirozenko)
various locations, Amsterdam – Vilnius
Project Supported by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania

- Group Exhibition Bringsurface
Viltė Bražiūnaitė, Marija Jociūtė, Justina Nekrašaitė, Marjolijn Rijks, Tomas Sinkevičius, Naomi Souwen
(In collaboration with Vaida Stepanovaite, Arts management platform ARTHESIS)
Malonioji 6, Vilnius

2014
- Wrong Titled Cinema project. Lithuanian Students Films screenings
(In collaboration with Anastasija Pirozenko)
various locations, Amsterdam

LECTURES:
February 2018
- ‘Self initiatives and Why (knowledge) sharing is important?’’,
Vilnius Academy of Arts, Photography and Media art Department, Vilnius

November 2016
- ‘Making off Wrong Tited Films. DIY and other Strategies.’
Vilnius Academy of Arts, Vilnius


2014 - 2017 Artist in residence at The Bookstore Foundation.

2014 - 2016 part of collaboration duo BS21.