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EDITORIAL

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FOCUS / EAA

Habemus Papam!

The new rector of the Estonian Academy of Arts (EAA) is academician Mart Kalm who promises to fight for the public funding of art and research in equal measure, but does not believe that money is the source of happiness. The rector is interviewed by Andreas Trossek.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / POST-INTERNET

Katja Novitskova's Work In A Post-Internet World – the Future In A Mediated Reality

Martin Rünk looks at the international career path of a young Estonian artist.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / AWARD / SADOLIN

Paco Ulman: "I feel this certain optimism about myself – that I will always be able to evolve."

Tõnis Saadoja in conversation with photographic artist Paco Ulman, the winner of the Sadolin Art Prize, an award of 5,000 euros.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / INTERPRETATION / ∞

A Man, A Plan, A Canal: Panama

Indrek Grigor claims that Margus Tamm's four consecutive solo exhibitions devoted to palindromes themselves make up a palindrome.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / HISTORY

Against Binary Oppositions*

Researchers talk: Andres Kurg's interview with Alexei Yurchak.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / HISTORY / TARTU–MOSCOW

The Formation Of The Tartu Circle Narrative

Tiiu Talvistu takes us on a thorough guided tour of the exhibition "The Tartu Circle and Ülo Sooster".

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / HISTORY / CYBERFEMINISM

Is Cyberfeminism Dead?

Evelyn Raudsepp provides an overview of the current state of cyberfeminism.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE / SCIENCE AND EDUCATION

Art Education In Estonia Today

Heie Treier maps the new paradigm emerging in art education in Estonia.

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REVIEWS

Searching For The Archetypal Street Artist

Uku Sepsivart discusses the museum exhibition "Typical Individuals – Graffiti and Street Art in Tartu 1994–2014" from the point of view of a street artist.

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Malle Leis' Daughter

Sandra Jõgeva shares her thoughts on Malle Leis' retrospective exhibition "Yellow Summer".

Nice Tomatoes, Vague Implications

Mari Laaniste criticizes Peeter Allik's solo exhibition "These Tomatoes Won't Rot".

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Tracing A Media Scandal: One Flew To The East, One Flew To The West And One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

Andreas Trossek gives a brief overview of the media coverage of the group show "My Poland. On Recalling and Forgetting" that caused a stir in Estonia in February 2015.

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VARIA

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