Ieva Rojūtė (b. 1989, Lithuania) is Lithuanian artist, a painter. Her textual works, which take on the spatial form of installation, explore everyday human relationships, family, individual identity conflicts and everyday folklore. Ieva Rojūtė's work constantly returns to the themes of fear, failure, disaster, and anxiety. By rewriting excerpts from conversations, advice, warnings, and speeches, the artist presents fragments of a shared past and collective dreams.