20190703_143848 The prison room in the Panemune Castle
E and R in a room in the Panemune castle that used to be the prison: there was not one but two silent companions in this room, the second one lying on the grate covering the entrance into the cellar, six meters deep, where prisoners were kept. Many of them were locked up for not paying their taxes. The prisoners were lowered into the cellar by ropes.
Are these two sculptures supposed to contribute to historical verisimilitude? If so, I'm not sure what they represent. Or are these the works of the students of the art academy located in this castle? Who knows. I suspect the latter. The boundaries between the museum and the art expo are blurred, which is not uncommon in Lithuania.