“The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example” in BOZAR Lab, Brussels
Clients: Estonian Art Museum, Kumu Art Museum
Curator: Eha Komissarov
Venue: BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, BOZAR Lab, Rue Ravensteinstraat 23, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Exhibition dates: 14.09–12.11.2017
Preparation: January–September 2017
Number of artworks installed: 8
Valge Kuup team: 1 exhibition designer, 5 senior technicians,
1 junior technician
Project produced in collaboration with: Eidotech Poland, Antone Israel
Exhibition design, installation and deinstallation by VALGE KUUP
“The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example” was the first exhibition to be installed in the BOZAR LAB – BOZAR’s brand new space for art, new media and technology. The exhibition presented artworks by contemporary artists Taavi Suisalu, Sigrid Viir, Paul Kuimet, Marge Monko, Ivar Veermäe and Katja Novitskova, as well as the first pioneers of technological art from the 1980s, Yuri Sobolev and Tõnis Vint.
In preparation for the design and installation, one initial visit was made by the exhibition designer to BOZAR’s premises.