NOAR Nordic and Baltic contemporary art platform

Tallinn Art Hall launches a unique and innovative virtual platform, bringing its current and previous exhibition programme online for audiences worldwide.

The technological complexity for the virtual exhibitions is much lower than that of the specialized VR tools used by some institutions, yet it creates a distinctly spatial and ambient experience of the multidisciplinary work featured. The requirements for viewers are simply a moderately sized screen and a reasonably fast internet connection. Potential uses for the technology, however, are not limited to exhibitions and can be used for digitizing various spatial experiences: a platform that is easily accessible and achievable for most institutions interested in bringing their exhibitions online. 

At the moment there are two exhibitions available, additional exhibitions will be added soon.

Mihkel Ilus and Paul Kuimet. Endless Story
March 7–May 3, 2020
Curated by Siim Preiman

 

Photograph: Paul Kuimet, ”Untitled 1”

Endless Story brings together new work by Mihkel Ilus and Paul Kuimet. Based on their methods, materials and creative ideas, their practices may not appear to have much in common. However, their work is united by a dedication and creative intensity that is most clearly expressed in a shared fanaticism for their chosen media and techniques.

Disarming Language: disability, communication, rupture
December 13, 2019–February 24, 2020
An exhibition and programme curated by Christine Sun Kim and Niels Van Tomme

Disarming Language, in bringing together artists, graphic designers, writers, and activists, establishes a number of critical vantage points that imagine disability beyond a stigmatised “condition”. Its purpose lies in imagining new conceptual and experiential frameworks that use language and communication in innovative ways—through, with, and beyond disability—advancing a radically more expansive point of view past limiting ableist perspectives and possibilities