Describing Ausra Haglund’s works and design is not easy as in any time in which the expression (her pieces) almost coincides with the content (her being).
Her works is slightly a form of voyeurism because her personality should be investigated before the objects created by her creativity.
A whatever singularity.
The being that is neither personal nor universal, but whatever.
Singular, but not a static identity.
Defined, but only in the empty space of an example. And yet, not generic or indifferent.
Paola Maria Russo