Solveiga Krivičienė and Alfredas Krivičius, who have recently participated in exhibitions as co-authors, create objects. There is plenty of valuable amber, beautiful by nature and presented only by masters in Lithuania. You can find it in art shops or even on the street vendor counters. The idea of amber being beautiful and valuable itself has become a banal truth, which inspired Solveiga Krivičienė and Alfredas Krivičius to make the Inclusions. The artists do not present amber; on contrary, they put it into a concrete cube box and close it tight. Its picture and the description of its chemical qualities – these reliable documents evidence the presence of the hidden object. You should not hope to see everything yourself as you live in the age of virtual reality. More often, you have to believe in what others are trying to convince you. To “conceal” amber was S. Krivičienė’s idea as she, past decade, was creating her finger rings and neck ornaments featuring amber hidden under silver cover with holes through which it is hardly visible. The publicity makes it easy to convince a consumer society in many “musts”, for example, in drinking “Coca-Cola”. No wonder, if future aliens will be puzzled at a lost civilization, which left plenty of “Made in China” and “Coca-cola” signs. Solveiga Krivičienė and Alfredas Krivičius ironically put these and similar signs onto amber disks and suggest wearing them as powerful amulets, protecting values of the consumer society. The object – finger ring by S. Krivičienė entitled Woman’s Life can be set alternately with a baby’s dummy, a car and medicine, these three representing different stages in a woman’s life. The 1999 exhibition details included quite a few ready-mades, amber in that context acquired the appearance of a substitute for cheap plastic. Besides visual manipulations with amber, the artists explore linguistic associations. Gintaras, amber in Lithuanian, is one of most popular names in the country. For the competition Amber in Interiors they presented pictures of a person called Gintaras.