The paintings transform under artificial illumination and the exhibition uses lights, colours, space and sounds to play with the senses of the viewer. The project is based on the colour green that creates an aesthetic naturalistic space or a green room effect. Using the aesthetics of a charged space, an artistic composition for different senses appears.
Mirjam Hinn (b 1990) has graduated from the Painting Department of the University of Tartu (MA, 2018) and the Tartu Art College (BA, 2014). Her previous solo exhibitions have included the Tartu Art House (2018) and the Tartu Art Museum (2019). Hinn was awarded the AkzoNobel Art Prize (2018), won the Young Tartu competition (2019) and was among the nominees of the Konrad Mägi Award (2020). www.mirjam-hinn.com
Alar Tuul (b 1982) has graduated from the Painting Department of the University of Tartu (MA, 2019) and the Tartu Art College (BA, 2014). His previous solo exhibitions include the Tartu Art House (2016 and 2018) and the Tartu Art Museum (2014). Last year an overview catalogue of his oeuvre was published.
The exhibition is accompanied by a musical composition by Jeremy Macachor in collaboration with the artists.
Gallery name: Tartu Art House Big Hall
Address: Vanemuise 26, Tartu
Opening hours: Mon, Wed-Sun 12:00 - 18:00
Open: 29.05.2021 - 20.06.2021