Eglė Budvytytė (Lithuania, 1981) lives in both Vilnius and Amsterdam. Her production involves video and performance pieces that explore the relation between the body, architecture, the environment and the public. Starting from the choreographies of different performers, she plays with the context of representation, exploring the body’s ability to challenge conventional behaviours and implicit normative narratives within public spaces. Her works have been presented at: Kiasma Museum, Helsinki, 2018; Liste, Basel; Art Dubai commissions 2017, the 19° Sydney Biennial, De Appel Arts Centre, CAC in Vilnius and at the Stedeljik Museum of Amsterdam. Eglė has also been artist-in- residence at Le Pavillon, Palais de Tokyo (Paris, 2012), and at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre (Brussels, 2013).