Exhibitions
BIO:
Egle Saka is a multimedia artist who works in traditional and experimental printmaking, audiovisual and video art.
Her artworks are often composed of strong graphic patterns and abstract repetitions that captures moments of expressive motion of error, as she often turns to analog video synthesis to create glitch visuals that becomes a strong element in her designs. 
Egle uses old CRT TV screens as her canvas for analog painting with circuit bent video mixers and camera feedback loops as her tools. To capture the result, she photographs and records the phosphorescent TV screen. Raw files are then taken to the post edit stage where she combines analog with digital elements to create print designs or short film/motion pieces.  
As a glitch practitioner, she embraces the accidental and translates it into her language for visual poetry. Her work explores themes of distortion and creative destruction while researching matter and it's textures in the daily ambience. Gravitation towards the nostalgic textures of analog aesthetics is common in her work, as she uses photographic grain, analog pixel or print press halftone patterns in her usually monochromatic print works.
Egle graduated from the Academy of Arts in Vilnius, Lithuania, in 2014 with BA in Fine Art Printmaking.
Having screen printing as her chosen profession, Egle's work is usually materialised as screen printed limited editions or unique large scale works on canvas. 


Exhibiting as motif:
2020 Cluster Photography & Print Fair, London, UK;
2018, Willesden Green Library, group show exhibition ‘96 to 95’, London, UK;
2017 Saatchi Gallery and Jealous Gallery, selected group show 'Jealous Needs You’, London, UK;
2017 Hong Kong Open Printshop, Hong Kong Zine & Print Fest HKZPF2017 exhibition, Hong Kong, China;
2016 DSArts Gallery, group show ‘Yellow Dots #3’, London, UK;
2016 West London Art Factory, Christmas Pop-up show, London UK;
2016 Appestat, motif print studio exhibition, London, UK;
2016 West London Art Factory, 'Open Studios'16', London, UK;
2016 Transylvanian Art Center, 4th Graphic Art Biennial of Szeklerland, Romania;
2016 International Print Exchange Programme (IPEP), ‘BreakingNEWS’ exhibition, Mumbai, India;
2016 neo:gallery27, neo:printprize2016 exhibition, Bolton, UK;
Exhibiting as egle saka:
2015 Saatchi Gallery and Jealous Gallery ‘50 x 50: The Jealous Needs You Portfolio’  group exhibition, London, UK;
2014 Vilnius Gates Project Space, BA of Graphic Arts, final project exhibition ‘Glitchianity’, Project ‘ERROR. BROADCAST’, Vilnius,  Lithuania;
2014 LITEXPO, International Furniture and Design Fair, solo stand 'Creative Destruction', Lithuania;
2014 Kaunas Design Week, group exhibition 'Excite', Kaunas,  Lithuania;
2014 Kaunas Public Library, Video installation ‘Glitch mo(nu)mentum’ at group show  ‘(META)MONUMENTS’, Kaunas, Lithuania;
2013 Vilnius Academy of Arts, group exhibition 'Edvard Munch 150th anniversary', Vilnius, Lithuania;
2013 Vilnius Music and Theatre Academy, group exhibition ‘Breeding Ground for Young Art’, Vilnius, Lithuania;
2013 Bank of Lithuania, 3rd prize in collectible  coin competition „Form“, Vilnius, Lithuania;
2013 Writers Club, group exhibition 'Pranas Mašiotas 150th anniversary', entry for book of illustrations for children, Vilnius, Lithuania;
2012 Novotel Vilnius Centre Hotel, group exhibition ‘Novotel Inside’,  Vilnius, Lithuania;
2012-2014 Vilnius Academy of Art, collaboration on graphic design zine  ‘Mundane Art’, Vilnius, Lithuania;
2012/2013 Vilnius Academy of Art, group exhibition 'Algimantas Svegzda (1941 – 1996) name of honour drawing contest/exhibition', Vilnius,  Lithuania;

PERFORMANCE + VIDEO INSTALLATION
Live audio-visual performance with Listening Circuits group at Hundred Years Gallery, Hoxton, London , 2021
Audio-visual performance #Oooh_Festival & @SKRONK - free improvisation audio-visual festival at New River Studios, London, UK, Group Show, 2021



Education + work
Work:
2015 - present, co-creator of motif print studio, London, UK
Education:
2010 - 2014 BA in Fine Art (Graphics), Vilnius Academy of Art, Vilnius, Lithuania