SOPHIENSAELE -OKTOBER 2019

ANSTEUERUNG VON SÖSTEUSCHLAND
Sophiensaele Kantine, ab 23. Oktober 2019





SOPHIENSAELE




The art of being good - Hea olemise kunst

The art of being good
Hea olemise kunst

Kunstihoone, Tallinn

Curator: Siim Preiman
from June 22nd until September 1st, 2019.




The images, texts, posters and films that I made in collaboration 
with Anne Penders, Giulia Landonio, Ethan Burkhard, Nathan Tulve 
and Aadam Kaarma are all parts of a presentation within 
the show curated by Siim Preiman in Tallinnn Art Hall, Kunstihoone. 
https://hopeisnohome.tumblr.com/





How to be good in a doomed world?


From 22 June, the international group exhibition “The Art of Being Good” will be open at Tallinn Art Hall. The exhibition looks at the ethics of making art in the complicated world struggling with the current global crisis and is an attempt to produce an visual experience suitable to the seriousness of the situation.

Participating artists: Dylan Ray Arnold, Carl Giffney, Diana Lelonek, Taus Makhacheva, Georgi Markelov, Eléonore de Montesquiou, Jana Shostak, Hanna Piksarv, Liina Pääsuke, Bita Razavi, Uku Sepsivart, The Idiots, Roi Vaara, Mari Volens. The exhibition is curated by Siim Preiman.

The opening of the exhibition takes place on 21 June at 6pm and the exhibition will be open until 1 September. A tour with the curator will take place on 29 June at 2pm.

MUSTRID: KREENHOLMI TEKSTIILIDISAIN 1963-2005 / Narva Muusem - Kreenholm design

NARVA MUSEUM - KREENHOLM TEXTILE DESIGN

the film VABRIK that I made 
in Kreenholm textile manufacture in 2011 
is part of an exhibition about Kreenholm 
manufacture textile design organised by 
Applied Art Museum of Tallinn (etdm) and Narva Museum.
The exhibition is held in Narva Museum (Estonia).



Ürituse algus: 06.04.2019
Ürituse lõpp: 31.12.2019
http://narvamuuseum.ee/est/kunstigalerii



Arsenal, Berlin - 11.04 um 19 Uhr

Am Donnerstag zeige ich estnische Filme der Sammlung im Kino Arsenal.
Um 19 Uhr geht es los!
Kommt alle....
Hullumeelsus.jpg


AEG MAHA (Time Out, 1984) ist eine Animation von Priit Pärn, die von einer Katze 
handelt, deren Tag sich in surreale Träume verwandelt. PÔRGU (Hell, 1983) von 
Rein Raamat taucht in drei Stiche („Der Prediger“, „Kabarett“ und „Hölle“) 
des estnischen Grafikers und Malers Eduard Wiiralt aus den 
frühen 1930er Jahren ein. In HULLUMEELSUS (Wahnsinn, Kaljo Kiisk, 1968) sucht 
ein Gestapo-Offizier in einer Nervenklinik nach einem Spion. Der Film, eine Kritik 
am Totalitarismus, wurde verboten, das produzierende Studio Tallinnfilm 
aber versteckte die eingelagerten Duplikate. 
Heute existieren Kopien des Films in Tallinn und im Filmarchiv des Arsenal. 
Dank an das Eesti Filmi Instituut. Präsentiert von Eléonore de Montesquiou. 

Nightmare and dream in Estonian films. Animations and madness allowed 
creative freedom during Soviet times. Two animations, “Time out“ by Priit Pärn 
and “Pôrgu” by Rein Raamat as well as fiction film „Hullumeelsus“by Kaljo Kiisk 
are examples of questioning totalitarism in a totalitarian system.


PSALMS FOR JESSI

PSALMS FOR JESSI

an hommage to Jessi K who was detained in Estonia while she was seeking asylum
is my participation in the exhibition curated by Francisco Martinez in Estonian Applied Art Museum
opening on January 11th in ETDM, Tallinn

a collaboration with Kert Lokotar (book binding) 
and Jaan-Eik Tulve and Vox Clamantis Gregorian choir (audio)




see:
http://www.etdm.ee/et/uudised/uudised?news_id=458


Videoart at midnight festival

Relatively circles

will be shown at Kino Babylon, on Sunday, December 16th, 



Videoart at midnight celebrates 
10 years, 100 artists and 100 films

in Berlin, 7-16 december 2018
Babylon Kino, Hamburger Bahnhof ...



check: https://www.videoart-at-midnight.de/festival-18/