One of my favorite creative expression means – contemporary installation art projects and art objects, often created from things that people use without even knowing they are art material. From lipsticks to plastic straws, I forget about their original function and twist things up, assembling them into modern conceptual artwork. Installation art and objects are handmade, one-of-a-kind art pieces that are not sold. They are meant to spark some new insights and reflections upon our lifestyle and habits of consumption. My artwork also helps raise awareness of health issues, such as diabetes. I dedicated multiple art pieces to this subject, using unconventional materials – like insulin syringes and used diabetic test strips.
Contemporary installation art and art objects
Chance: heart created of paramedics’ uniforms
The Nightingale of Freedom – using NFT technology to support Ukraine
Collage Oskar Minkowski
Art installation Honeycomb
Contemporary artwork from diabetic glucose strips
Insulin syringes art sculpture ‘Diabetes’
Glass Blowing: art made of used cosmetics
Collage out of magazine paper pieces – Modern Lithuanian interpretation
Art installation ‘Femme’: 16 sculptures covered in golden paint.
Art object ‘Giant Lipstick’: waste art made of 5000+ used lipstick tubes
Handmade armchairs with birds
Paintings on furniture
Art objects and installation art by Agne Kisonaite
Being a professional artist, I transform outdated lipsticks, used insulin pens, and other waste into contemporary art objects and installations. My contemporary installation art project “Diabetes” helped to convey the alarming worldwide growth of the disease and display my humble hope that one day, diabetes would be cured. My other installation “Waste art” – women’s faces from used plastic straws – was intended to provoke in-depth thoughts about consumerism, the types of products we are purchasing, and the necessity to reduce waste. “Puffy Lips” art installation, made from inflated latex gloves, speaks about another trend – a never-ending enhancement of our bodies.
I enjoy creating art that is not only pleasing to an eye but also moves people in deeper ways. I am one of those installation art artists who love to trigger thoughts, spark discussions, and raise awareness of problems that people often don’t stop to think about.
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Exhibitions of installations
The objects from used lipsticks have become my business card: “Lipstick Giant” was exhibited in Switzerland, “Lipstick Tower” was assembled in Hong Kong, “Courage” was created for Porsche charity auction in Prague. If you want to be the first to know about future expositions, follow me on Instagram and Facebook and always stay updated with the latest info.