The title of the exhibition comes from Aino Pervik’s book “Umbluu. New and Old Capers” that was illustrated by Vinn. Among many others, Kiwa was once infected by the magic of this book and the exhibition is therefore based on the principle of remix: the original works of the classical master have been combined with new interpretations.Kiwa adds: “The psychedelics of Vinn are a critical technology in its purest form since they work with modeling our senses. The rhythm of the lines and the vibrations, pulses and repetitions in his pictures directly activate the networks of neurons in the viewers like a shaman controls the brainwaves of the participants of a ritual using a drum. These networks are like the grooves of a vinyl: petrified vibrations that will find the corresponding resonating frequencies in your brain that are working to keep your consciousness stable.”Vello Vinn (b 1939) has graduated in 1968 from the Glass Art Department of the Estonian State Art Institute but is known as a printmaker and illustrator. His favourite techniques are etching and drypoint. He received his first award already in 1971 at the Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts and his latest considerable recognition was the Kristjan Raud Art Award in 2015. An overview of his oeuvre is currently on display at the Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn.
The exhibition has been curated by Andra Orn from NOAR.eu
The exhibition has been supported by Kujundlik OÜ and Seri Disain OÜ.
Tartu Art House (Vanemuise 26, Tartu, Estonia) is open Wed–Mon 12–18. Exhibitions are free of charge.The exhibitions of the Tartu Art House are supported by the Tartu Town Government and the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.
Gallery name: Tartu Art House Big Hall
Address: Vanemuise 26, Tartu
Opening hours: Mon, Wed-Sun 12:00 - 18:00
Open: 21.02.2020 - 15.03.2020