Current affirmation:

personal development as a performative practice. 

In 2022 graduated Masters in Art in Context, in University of Arts, Berlin.
In 2016 graduated from Sculpture department in Vilnius Academy of Arts, in 2015 Political Science in Vilnius University.

Since 2020 represented by Annka Kultys Gallery.

High achievements/
Exhibitions and residencies:


MO Museum, Down the Rabbit Hole, Vilnius, Lithuania


23.2.- 25.4.2022: THE WRONG TV @ CENTRE POMPIDOU 2022


Residency, Rosy DX, Dusseldorf
ARE YOU FOR REAL, Initiated by ifa and curated by Julia Grosse, Paula Nascimento, and Yvette Mutumba 
Bad Art Hot Air, Treptow Ateliers, Berlin
Štěstíčko / Tears of Joy, AVU Gallery POP-UP, curated by Veronika Čechová


Die Digitale 2020, Weltkunstzimmer, Dusseldorf
Residency @Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France
‘Moving Oracles’, two-person touring exhibition featuring Byzantia Harlow & Gertrūda Gilytė, various locations, Berlin, curated by Johanna Janssen
Solo online show, @successful_art_project, Annka Kultys Gallery, London
Stay Live at Home, Performistanbul
Attitude-60S, Beijing 2102 Art Center


November Online Resident at Isthisit?
The Hysterophimia Pavilion, The Wrong Bienalle, curated by Foteini Vergidou
Opium ART performance festival : performing self-confidence, Paris
Scheitern, Zonoteka, Berlin
Sprintas, VDU menų galerija 101, Kaunas


Projected.Capital, Roehrs & Boetsch, Zurich, Switzerland


Meru Art*Science Award, IV Edizione, GAMeC nominant
(with Justina Jokūbaitytė)


OPENHAUS 26/11/2015 - ZK/U, Berlin



*upcoming* publication with OPYUM video performance festival, Paris

Silver Stream with Byzanthia Harlow, Soho Radio, (28/06/2021)


Mariam Hussein, A Prescriptive View of Art: Rituals in The Work of Roman Opalka, Mierle Laderman Ukeles and Gertrūda Gilytė, MA dissertation, Sotheby’s Art Institute, London
Arterritory, Laura Lisauskaitė, Believing in(fluences) oneself


Monopol, Anika Meier, Insta-Watchlist Gertruda Gilyte
"Mein Projekt endet, sobald ich zu Ausstellungen eingeladen werde"
Beige, DienstArt – die Kunstkolumne: Again and again and again
Interviewed by Unicole Unicron