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Department: Fine Arts, Installation and Sculpture (BA)

Raahel Rüütel & Kärt Heinvere

What is non-judgemental room, could this place be home? The poetry of everyday life unfolds in an apartment during winter. Becoming cave-like, where the invisible to the world are revealed to each other. Hanging out, closeness and love become deeply intertwined in one home.  We should all have a place where we feel safe and …

Merilin Põldsam

Skin is the largest organ on our body. It holds us together and equips us to endure every environment. But what do you do, if the skin itself has a “defect”? I´m someone known as an allergic, a person who has hypersensitivity to certain substances and this manifests itself mainly in the materials that I …

Lisethe Maas

In different cultures, willows are believed to possess mystical abilities. It’s believed that willow branches ward off evil and bad forces, only letting the good come through.  The process of graduating is a very tense time period and brings a lot of stress. From that, I decided to weave a nest with willow branches, to …

Aleksandra Sofia Helena Nyyssönen

The focus of the “Speed of Spatial Change” is empty space as a material. Is it possible to only think about space itself, since there are always objects, fillers, time, bodies; can a space ever be completely empty? Black and white is a blurred border between being and non-being, such a phenomenon can be considered …

Lauri Lest

A work inspired by consumer society—washing machine, toaster, microwave oven and electric stove playing music specially composed for them. The music starts playing once someone steps into the room. Many thanks to: Hans-Günter Lock, Reet Aus, Merle Küttim, Tarvo Niine, Sten Saarits, Taavi Mets, Hans Talgre (Weerec OÜ), Brigita ReinertHome appliances: Liina Lill, Alina Bürkland, …