Dainius Liškevičius (b. 1970, Kaunas) belongs to the generation of artists, who have significantly contributed to the renewal of artistic expression after the restoration of independence. In his works, he uses installation, photography, performance and other media, further breaking the boundaries between different disciplines and searching for new forms in contemporary art. His works are characterised by social engagement, contextuality, irony and social critique. Reacting to the topography of a specific place, he examines human behaviour and experience, identity and cultural values, collisions of public and private spaces and collective and personal memory. In 2015 Dainius Liškevičius represented Lithuania at the 56th Venice Biennale, where he presented his Museum project.