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Maria Möller is a Philadelphia-based artist who distills narrative from fact and interprets how story and place can reflect our innermost longings and collective hopes. Rooted in a background in theatre and finding a visual vocabulary in photography, her highly collaborative practice includes site-specific installations, participatory interventions, and community-focused events. Her work has been shown in Medellín and Barranquilla (Colombia), New Orleans (USA), and in the Philadelphia area at galleries such as the Painted Bride, Street Road Artists Space, Gravy Studio, and the Esther Klein Gallery – but she more often exhibits in alternative spaces such as street corners, empty lots, markets, libraries, and motels. She has been a grantee of The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage and was a 2017 resident at RAIR, Philly's one-of-a-kind recycling center residency. 


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Ann Mirjam Vaikla is based in Tallinn, Estonia, and is engaged with interweaving decolonial and environmental positions in her practice as an artist, curator, and scenographer. She looks into the traces of ecological distress, and forms a dialogue with non-/human species/bodies, and processes of decolonisation wherein collaboration is central to her artistic practice.


Her latest works include Moving Rosette (Tallinn Art Hall, 2023), and Monument of (R)evolution (Tallinn Art Hall, 2021; Kai Art Center; 2020). She is the curator of contemporary art at the Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn; co-curator of residency cycle KORDON LAB on Food and Energy. In 2022 she curated the 8th Artishok Biennial Botanical Witnesses (Tallinn Botanical Garden); and Point of No Return. Attunement of Attention (Narva Art Residency, 2021).

Vaikla studied Scenography (BA) at the Norwegian Theatre Academy and Culture & Arts (MA) at the Novia University, Finland. She is part of the Decolonizing Architecture Advanced Studies (DAAS) at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.


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Taking inspiration from folk art and the surreality of the natural world, KB creates vibrant, color soaked scenes of flora and fauna from the whirlpools of her imagination.


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Marit Mihklepp is an artist and researcher based in The Hague, Netherlands and Tallinn, Estonia. She focuses on learning from and relating to the theories of “more-than-human” bodies and timescales. Her artistic practice has developed through  attention exercises, sensory field work, respectful gathering, instruction writing, movement research, and audiovisual experiments. Mihklepp is currently searching for forms of storytelling that are beyond human, circling around meteorites, myths, and measuring. Lately, she has been exhibiting at The 8th Artishok Biennial Botanical Witnesses (2022, Estonia), Point of No Return. Attunement of Attention (2021, Estonia), OTHERWISE 2021: Polymorphic Futures (2021, Switzerland), Changing Landscapes (2021, online). 


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Kristi Kongi is an Estonian artist, living in Tallinn, Estonia who focuses on color, light, space, and text in her works — paintings that take the form of installations  created for specific settings.

Her works, often reconstructions of specific places, are closely engaged with the mechanisms of emotional memory, offering an opportunity for experiencing the color and light of bygone situations.

Her most recent exhibitions include: Colors Reminded me that Life Can Get so Interesting that we Forget to be Afraid at Roam Project Space in Berlin (2023), and the collaborative project To Sense the Light you Must Close your Eyes together with Mare Vint at Tartu Art House (2022).

Kristi Kongi studied painting in Tartu Art College (BA) and in LAB University of Applied Sciences and did her MA in Estonian Academy of Arts, 2011. 

She is currently the department head of Painting at the Estonian Academy of Arts


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Krista Mölder is an Estonian artist who lives and works in Tallinn,  Estonia, is interested in issues of visual representation and mainly works  with photography, video, and installation. Her work often revolves around  dualities and the complex interplay of various forces, aiming to capture the  intricate imbalance of seemingly equilibrial situations and settings.  Intrigued by the lure that these situations possess visually, Mölder aims to  depict their potential and the inadvertent motion or flux that carries them.  With a professional background in geography and cartography, her practice  also deals with the similar representational complexities long familiar  within these disciplines. 

Her recent exhibitions include: …and Other Shades of Light with Kristi  Kongi at Tallinn Art Hall (2021–22), Bluebird. To the Other Me,Tartu Art  House, Estonia (2021), You Were a Bird, Temnikova & Kasela Gallery,  Tallinn (2020). 

Her works are included in various collections in Europe, including the Art  Museum of Estonia, Deutsche Bank Collection, European Central Bank  Art Collection. In 2022 she was an artist in residence at the WIELS  Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels. 

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