Goda Palekaitė (1987, Vilnius) is an artist and researcher whose work can be described as a combination of visual, literary, performative and anthropological practices. It evolves around long-term projects exploring the politics of historical narratives, the agency of dreams and collective imagination, and social conditions of creativity. Their outcomes usually manifest as performances, scenographies, installations, and texts. Her recent solo shows were opened at the Konstepidemin Gallery in Gothenburg (“Liminal Minds”), RawArt Gallery in Tel Aviv, and the Art Cube Artists’ Studios in Jerusalem (“Legal Implications of a Dream”).
In the last years, her performances and installations have been presented at the Swamp Pavilion in The Biennale Architettura 2018 in Venice, Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius, and Kanal - Centre Pompidou in Brussels. In 2019 Palekaitė received The Golden Stage Cross and The Young Artist Prize from the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture. Goda is based in Brussels and Vilnius.