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Collection highlights

Killu Sukmit

Birthplace: Tallinn, Estonia
Education: 1993–1997 studies at the graphic arts department at the Estonian Academy of Arts
1999 Nordic-Baltic Dramatic Writing and Script Writing Master Class Mare Liberum, Sigulda, Latvia
Solo Exhibitions: 2005 Very Complicated Rock’N ’Roll. (with Marco Laimre), Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
2003 Breeze. SKC Gallery, Belgrad, Serbia
2002 Briis. (with Mari Laanemets), City Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
2000 Nurse with Wound. (with Mari Laanemets), Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1997 Objects of Cult. Water Tower in Tallinn, Estonia
Selected group exhibitions: 2006 Mit Allem Rechnen. Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
2005 Places of Transition. Umetnostna Galerija Maribor, Slovenia
International Kansk Video Festival. Moscow, Russia
2004 New Video, New Europe. A Survey of Eastern European Video. Tate Modern, London
Faster than history. Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
50th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen. Germany
2003 Borderlining. Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Germany
Art Moscow. 6th International Art Fair. Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
2002 Breath. Recent Video Art from Estonia, Ludwig Museum Budapest, Hungary
Closing the Distance, Center for Contemporary Art in Gdansk, Poland
48th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany
2001 Nyyd Estonian Malady. Ze dos Bois gallery, Lisbon, Portugal
2000 Analog TV. ArtGenda, Helsinki, Finland
1999 Vilm and Fideo Festival. Pärnu, Estonia
1997 Archaeology of Dreams. Estonian National Museum, Tartu, Estonia
Invasion. Saaremaa Biennial 1997, Kuressaare, Estonia
1996 Stocktaking in the Museum of Aesthetics. Museum of Architecture, Tallinn, Estonia
Archaeology of Dreams. Panevezys Art Hall, Lithuania
Organisations: 1999 Valie EXPORT Society
Awards: 2001 The WDR-Award in Videonale 9 in Bonn (with Mari Laanemets)
2001 Annual prize of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia (with Mari Laanemets)
Works in collections: Art Museum of Estonia
Ludwig Museum (Budapest, Hungary)
Curator works: 1999 The Mad Hatters Tea-Party (with Mari Laanemets). Video and new media festival offline@online, Tallinn, Estonia