Born 1985 in Kaunas/Lithuania.
Viktorija Šiaulytė works and lives in Berlin/Germany. She is an independent curator and producer working in the fields of contemporary art, architecture and film. She currently holds the post of research affiliate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Program in Art, Culture and Technology, Cambridge/USA. Together with Marta Dauliute, she realized the documentary film and research project Good Life. They have been residents at the Vilém Flusser Archive, Berlin, and organizers of How to Disrupt Yourself: Life in the Entrepreneurial Home at transmediale festival, Berlin (2019).
She collaborated with fellow artists Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas and writer Tracey Warr to curate Zooetics: Cross-disciplinary Approaches to Interspecies Ecology in Art, Science and Technology (2013–2018), and has presented events at MIT, Cambridge, the Reykjavík Art Museum, Reykjavík/Iceland and the Kaunas University of Technology and Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius/Lithuania, among others.
Šiaulytė holds an MFA in critical writing and curatorial practice from the Konstfack, Stockholm/Sweden and a BA in art history from the Vilnius Academy of Art, Vilnius.