«In her first solo exhibition at the PinchukArtCentre Škarnulytė expands her medium through the use of a monumental screen as an architectural structure combined with her signature mirrored walls and ceilings. The artist creates the effect of complete immersion in which one witnesses the world that is to come. In the work, Škarnulytė tackles the controversial issue of deep-sea mining, an up-and-coming industry that risks causing an irreversible loss of biodiversity in our oceans. Her poetic compilation of filmed, 3D constructed or acquired visual materials offers a non-linear narrative of intuitive writing while provoking associations far beyond the images themselves. It is in this play of unspoken interrelations that a dystopian future reveals itself. Škarnulytė proposes a world much like the Chernobyl exclusion zone, where human activity has ceased and nature has taken over. Or as Škarnulytė expresses it: "the ruins of human activity seen from a distant future"».