Multikultuurimaja

Tallinn, Estonia 2001 – 2005.

Roles: Video studio manager, editor.
Providing artists with community lab, education, and distribution; video editing, post-production, camera work.

Collaborated as video editor with Estonian based artists: Jasper Zoova, Peeter Linnap, Raul Keller, Paul Rodgers, Andres Loo, Hanno Soans, Kiwa, Kart Ojavee, Mark Raidpere, Peeter Laurits, Rosita Raud, Bie Erenurm, Erki Laur, Ahto Külvet, Anders Harm, Igor Ruus, Mihkel Kleis, Pille Jurisoo, Kert Grunberg, Liisi Eelmaa, Minna Hint, Mung etc.

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Multikultuurimaja headquarters in Tallinn, 2001.
Photo by Anatoli Stuf.

Multikultuurimaja is a cross culture non-profit organisation.
As a grass-root initiative of creative people from various disciplines, “Multikultuurimaja” favoured new collectivism in creating cultural activities. Its hybrid identity is much determined by individual contribution of each person involved on the permanent basis and on the selection of collaborative projects, guest artists and visiting lecturers. It is a Community Lab, work in process.

Combining various events and projects with the need for finding more permanent basis for small-scale interdisciplinary cultural production is the core of the project.

Actions
• creating community lab
• artist residency program
• open lectures and regular screenings of experimental films

Founders
Peeter Linnap (artist, critic, curator, organiser of “Saaremaa biennial”, professor), Ahto Külvet (photographer, editor of “Cheese” photography magazine), Marko Raat (film director), Hanno Soans (artist, art-critic, curator, organiser of “Backdoor media” and “Analogue TV”events, National Museum of Art), Jasper Zoova (artist), Maxim Surin (multimedia artist), Erki Laur (photographer, actor), Paul Rodgers (artist), Igor Ruus (film director), Raul Keller (multimedia artist), Raivo Kelomees (artist, professor, founder of e-media Center at Estonian Academy of Arts).

Links to articles
MultiVitamiin Eesti kultuurile, Multikultuurimaja on Wheels

Multikultuurimaja logo
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Jasper Zoova performance Eesti in Narva-Joesuu, 2001.
Photo by Anatoli Stuf.