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Flo Kasearu

Flo Kasearu (b.1985) is an artist based in Tallinn. She studied Painting and Photography at the Estonian Academy of Arts, and Multimedia at Universtität der Künste Berlin under Rebecca Horn studio.

Kasearu’s earliest performances conceived during her studies addressed tradition, national identity, and the academic environment of art schools. Her subsequent projects dealt with local political and ideological contexts, the artist often working and exhibiting outside of the white cube gallery set up. Kasearu has shown her works in various public spaces, in her Tallinn home which she transformed into an eponymous house museum (Flo Kasearu's House Museum, 2013-ongoing), a women's shelter (“Festival of the Shelter”, Pärnu women’s shelter, 2018). An intervention "Great great great grandscribble-weasel" took place at the Koidula Museum (dedicated to Estonian poet Lydia Koidula), Pärnu, in 2018.

The artist’s recent exhibitions and performances include "Endangered Species", solo exhibition at Tartu Art Museum (2020); "Performing the Fringe", curated by Jussi Koitela and Inga Lāce, Konsthall C, Stockholm (2020); “There and Back Again”, group show curated by Kati Kivinen and Saara Hacklin, Kiasma, Helsinki (2018); “Soon enough”, group show curated by Maria Lind, Tensta Konsthall (2018); “State is Not a Work of Art”, group show curated by Katerina Gregos, Tallinn Art Hall (2018); “Members Only”, Performa 17 Biennial, curated by Esa Nickle and Maaike Gouwenberg, New York (2017); “Costume Drama”, with Andra Aaloe, Drugajanje festival, Maribor (2017); “The Travellers”, group show curated by Magdalena Moskalewicz, KUMU Art Museum, Tallinn (2017); “Illustrating the Request for Privacy”, Artishok Biennial, curated by Evelyn Raudsepp, NO99 Theatre, Tallinn (2016); “Uprising”, Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn (2015).