Until the end of September, you can see parasites on the plaster sculptures in the University of Tartu Art Museum.

Artists Flo Kasearu and Elīna Vītola have placed the miniature monuments – parasites – on the sculptures at the museum’s permanent display.

It is an exhibition that performs an intervention, called „Sicker", where the museum’s plaster sculptures are put into survival mode, as nearly 70 tiny bronze parasites infect the ancient art with the contemporary. Parasites are also placed on the taxidermied animals in the University of Tartu Natural History Museum and the exhibition is called „Unknown". Artists Damien Beyrouthy, France Cadet, Hayden Fowler, Uku Sepsivart and the duo Flo Kasearu and Elīna Vītola invite you to think about endangered species at the Natural History Museum.

You can visit both exhibitions during opening hours from 5 April to 29 September 2024.


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