Posts Tagged: Art exhibition

I am happy that people are so beautiful and kind*

The video is part of the exhibition TL;DR (curator Stacey Koosel) in the Kunstihoone Gallery, Tallinn. 31.07-23.08.2015, aims at exploring the news and representation of Russia.

I am happy that people are so beautiful and kind*

The video is part of the exhibition TL;DR (curator Stacey Koosel) in the Kunstihoone Gallery, Tallinn. 31.07-23.08.2015, aims at exploring the news and representation of Russia.

15 Minutes of Shame – solo exhibition in Hobusepea Gallery 8–20.01.2014

The project aims to explore the dilemmas of working with the controversial topic of nationalism and the contrast between the emotional and rational / academic world.

15 Minutes of Shame – solo exhibition in Hobusepea Gallery 8–20.01.2014

The project aims to explore the dilemmas of working with the controversial topic of nationalism and the contrast between the emotional and rational / academic world.

I am here – solo exhibition in Tallinn City Gallery 9.08-02.09.2012

This exhibition firstly explores emotions for our homelands and secondly, places oneself into a certain political context.

I am here – solo exhibition in Tallinn City Gallery 9.08-02.09.2012

This exhibition firstly explores emotions for our homelands and secondly, places oneself into a certain political context.

MEIE | US in Draakon Gallery, Tallinn 14-26.03.2011

This exhibition observes the need (or in some cases indifference) to identify oneself to a certain national group. How do we get manipulated to construct a feeling of “us”? What are the different variations of this “us” and possible alternatives?

MEIE | US in Draakon Gallery, Tallinn 14-26.03.2011

This exhibition observes the need (or in some cases indifference) to identify oneself to a certain national group. How do we get manipulated to construct a feeling of “us”? What are the different variations of this “us” and possible alternatives?

Postcards (2014)

Fictional postcards from Russia and Estonia, that ponder the topics of national identity and borders.

Postcards (2014)

Fictional postcards from Russia and Estonia, that ponder the topics of national identity and borders.