This Thursday, February 23, the Review Room of Vartai gallery will host the works of Ingra Miler (Ingrida Milerytė, born 1988). Ingra graduated from Vilnius Academy of Arts in 2010 with a degree in ceramic and is an author of audiovisual performances and installations, social actions and ceramic objects. Essentially, Ingra uses diverse forms and levels to analyse a single broad idea: how we are influenced by both consciously and subconsciously perceived information. Two of the works introduced during the review are connected to the modes of image and perception thereof: Nature morte (2010) is a figurine of Buddha made of pills - and ironic symbol of modern searches for peace - and 1972 (2011), which is a T-shirt with a picture of the body of Romas Kalanta iconising a person, an event and the most drastic technique of expression. The remaining two parts of the exhibition are connected to Ingra's search for the structure of the world and peace: her untitled ceramic crystals (2011) that are in the process of continuous shaping and will be displayed in public for the first time with a hope that the show will decide their further path one way or the other, as well as her drawings.