Vytautas is a designer and researcher interested in how emerging technologies inhabit and shape our domestic mundane. His practice encompasses the Internet of Things, data ownership, digital citizenship, social media and their influence on our boring everyday lives.

Vytautas Jankauskas

Vytautas’ work has been exhibited at the V&A, CCCB, Chroniques Biennale, Salone Internazionale del Mobile, étapes, and Cité du Design St.Etienne, amongst others. He has been awarded the Core77 Speculative Concepts Runner-Up prize in 2016. Between 2015 and 2018 Vytautas worked as a visual designer and researcher at the London-based futures design studio Superflux. As part of the practice, he has given talks on the future of cities including the Pecha Kucha London in 2017 and the opening Keynote at the Cities 2050 conference in Lublin in 2018. He is the co-founder of a project-based practice VJF with Jon Flint. He is part of the Cached Collective that seeks to raise awareness around data and privacy via tangible and immersive experiences. Vytautas is a permanent resident at the Pervasive Media Studio since 2018. Vytautas holds a BA in Media Art from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, followed by a research exchange at the Royal Danish Design School, faculty of Interaction Design. From 2015, MA in Media Design from HEAD — Genève.