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About environmental art

Environmental art is a socially and politically charged art form that concentrates on on the relationship between human beings and nature. It turns attention to the vulnerability and overexploitation of natural environment as well as the problems rising from alienation from nature.

Environmental art recreates reality by providing alternative solutions to finding meaning in regions and landscapes.

Coming up next

Map of installation locations

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Eveli Varik

Photo-graphic and installation artist

Eveli Varik graduated from the graphic arts department of the Estonian Academy of Arts.

Her creations are spatially sensitive, analytical and have a social message.

Eveli Varik
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TAKKK 2023

TAKKK23 invites you to participate and think along to the topics: relationship between place and person. We explore the connection between space and sacredness - sacred places can be both outside of us and inside of us.

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26.08 at 12:00

"Sacred space"

Karina Talts, Stefano Mattozzi/ TAKKK Art Center

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26.08 at 13:00

"Vägi ongi püha"

Hasso Krull / TAKKK Art Center

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26.08 at 14:30-16:30

"CIRCLE" - master class on movement and sound

Karina Talts & Stefano Mattozzi

TAKKK Art Center 


A map of TAKKK22 symposium installation locations



Stefano Mattozzi

Sound artist, electronic composer, improviser and performer.

Stefano Mattozzi studied under the guidance of Elio Martusciello at the Conservatory of Music of Naples, where he completed the master in Electronic Music in 2020.

Karina Talts

Chinese medicine therapist, Ph.Dposition

Karina Talts has studied Swedish philology and theatre theory at the University of Tartu. Her doctoral studies were cut short by health issues, which however spurred her on to explore Chinese medicine and Eastern practices.

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Hasso Krull

Writer and thinker

Hasso Krull is most interested about myths and trickster stories. In his opinion, the understanding of Estonian mythology starts from the moment when it is understood that Kalevipoeg and Old Pagan are one and the same person.

Stefano Mattozzi

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