This year the third Vilnius Street Art Festival entered the train station district in Vilnius, Lithuania – an area usually perceived as a controversial part of the town. But looking from the point of transitional spaces, the area provided a lot of ideas for contextual art, with one of them suggesting that the city’s airport should be considered as a modern-time station. Therefore, the organisers of the festival entrusted this strategically important space for one of the most active Lithuanian street artists – Antanas Dubra who in the territory of Vilnius Airport transformed an old water tower into a tale of the night and the aviator’s dream to reach the moon one day.
This technically difficult work was named „The grumpy side of the moon“ and it can be seen both during the day and the night because of the installed night-light.
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