Anastasia Sosunova (b. 1993, Ignalia, Lithuania) works across video, sculpture, printmaking, and installation. In her moving image pieces, she uses personal narrative to investigate the socio-political landscape of contemporary Lithuania. Sosunova’s recent works have explored popular folk traditions, post-Soviet national identity, and the tension between public and private space in the Covid-era, among many other topics. Demikhov Dog (2017) mixes historical research and creative fiction to examine tenuously constructed feelings of community and belonging.