- Faculty of Fine Arts
- Contemporary Art
- Deep in the Swamp I Would Bury Each and One of Konnu's
- Tutor: Jaan Toomik
- Installation and series of paintings
The conceptual idea of the work was to use the artist’s life as an equivalent separate work of art, which includes memorial images with traumatic content, in order to unravel layer by layer the underlying problems of existential insecurity related to the nature of my personality. It is possible to get rid of trauma through catharsic cleansing of the soul, which guide is comforting velvety crow in a shape of my dead father’s earthly figure. In the form of this feeling, I prove that with a person who has already left this world, a deep spiritual connection and protection will always be maintained when the unpleasant thoughts and emotions that accompany mourning have finally lost their influence during a long process. Given composition is an uplifting warning for those who split their throat cords so they could scratch with blood on the walls and to give hope to those who crave to scrub their dirty walls to make them shine again from the soft light.
Ritualistic installation: Birdnest made of hay and branches, wooden totems, deer skulls, umbrella carcasses, artist’s book/diary made of canvas, wooden stair