Exhibition view of "Dear Algorithm,". Photo: Keiu Maasik:


solo show of Laura Kuusk
curated by Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk

As our lives are more and more digitally controlled, our bodies’ relationship to the environment has also changed in profound ways. Laura Kuusk’s solo exhibition Dear Algorithm, curated by Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk, explores the productive tension between our desire to adapt and survive on the one hand, and our resistance to the logic of codes, on the other.

Opening: February 19th, 2020, Tallinn Art Hall Gallery.

The exhibition Dear Algorithm, will be staged as a choreography of everyday movements: the window display becomes a shop front for hybrid-organic clothing sculptures, the gallery attendant simultaneously serves as perception manager, a library section will give further instructions on subverting social expectations, conditioning principles and behavioral patterns, a video installation presents three nonhuman actors that aim to grapple with and relate to human working environments, and lastly one may encounter some other-than-human entities that are in no one’s pockets.

Virtual tour at the exhibition:

Digital guide (English, also available in Estonian, Russian and Estonian sign language):