NOBA Nordic Baltic contemporary art platform

Kadi-Maarja Võsu Emerging artist

Kadi-Maarja Võsu (born 1992 in Jõgeva, Estonia) is a young artist who works predominantly with installation, but also includes  paintings, video-work, photography, and performance, as well as poetry, text-related projects and music to her projects. With a clear vision of what she wants to do, she’s not limiting herself to working with just one medium.
After graduating from high school, she studied visual art therapy in Tallinn University, till spring of 2013. Currently a student of the Estonian Academy of Arts, studying Liberal Arts with a focus on Installation and Sculpture.
As a young artist, who’s just starting, she has had several collaborative and solo exhibitions to be proud of. Kadi-Maarja is also interested in media, and enjoys performing at Open Mic Nights at Comedy events.
She is currently working and living in the capital of Estonia, Tallinn.


I Don’t Want to Be a Rabbit  
168 x 59 cm


The Sinner  
73 x 53 cm


I Can See, But I Can't Understand  
50 x 122 cm
Timor Mortis  
1 x 1 cm