Bound to a shifting constellation of formats, Goda Budvytytė explores how different types of content can be translated into books, identities, exhibitions, exhibition designs, and other legible encounters.
She has collaborated with artists Tarek Atoui, Jessica Warboys, Algirdas Šeškus, Richard Kostelanetz, Gintaras Didžiapetris, Michael Portnoy, Marcos Lutyens; curators and writers Defne Ayas, Heidi Ballet, Chris Fitzpatrick, Zoe Gray, Virginija Januškevičiūtė, Maxine Kopsa, Sarah Rifky, Antonia Alampi, Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen, Raimundas Malašauskas; worked with institutions and publishers: Tate St.Ives and Tate Publishing, Lisson Gallery and South London Gallery (London), Louis Vuitton Foundation, Kadist Art Foundation, Jeu de Paume and Council (Paris); ETH Zurich D-Arch (Zurich); Stedelijk Museum, Witte de With (The Netherlands), Objectif Exhibitions, Wiels (Belgium); Lithuanian National Radio and Television, Contemporary Art Centre and Rupert (Vilnius); Spector Books, Sternberg Press (Germany), Mousse Publishing, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Italy), Torpedo Press (Oslo), among others.
She has designed graphic identities and websites for Lithuanian Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale, the 11th Baltic Triennial (in collaboration with Simone Koller), Architecture of Territory (ETH Zurich D-Arch), Objectif Exhibitions, Rupert, Beirut (Cairo).
Her work was selected for the 26th Brno Biennale for Graphic design and she curated an exhibition “A Body of Work”, together with Ines Cox, Anna Haas and Corina Neuenschwander, for the 27th edition of the Biennale.
She currently operates also as part of Laumes, a studio for interdisciplinary research, production, teaching and design found together with artist and architect Viktorija Rybakova and informed by feminist thought and visions of the world to come.