Vilte Fuller

Vilte Fuller creates glamorous yet twisted hellscapes that paradoxically feel dystopic and nostalgic. Drawing on popular culture, her Lithuanian heritage and folklore, and Eastern European cuisine, Fuller composes painterly stories that are both historical and futuristic as she coldly dissects the current state of our human psychology. Additionally, Fuller explores a fictional Eastern Europe envisioned by Western video games, television, and newspaper headlines. Liminal territories, such as the Chernobyl exclusion zone, the current decaying state of Soviet brutalist architecture, and Eastern superstitions or conspiracies, serve as indeterminate backdrops in her paintings.


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