Writing, Curating and Lecturing on Visual Arts, Public Space and Architecture


During the 'open house days' the department of interior architecture moved its class-room into one of the most notorious under-ground passenger tunnels in central Tallinn, a Y-shaped underpass connecting the Old Town with the railway station Balti Jaam. During the one-day event, several open classes were held, where prospective students together with the local drunkards could either take drawing lessons or listen to public talks. I gave a sitespecific psycho-geographic class on the very tunnel we were all sitting inside. 

Kondase keskuse tegemistest
Curating Contemporary Art

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