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Mari Männa (born 1991) is a sculptor and installation artist from Estonia. In her artworks, personal stories are intertwined with broader political narratives. She is interested in the mystical peripheries of consciousness, exploring our daylight hallucinations, fears, and nightmares. Driven by a desire to explore diverse materials and create tangible forms as part of her daily ritual, her sculptural practice can be characterised by embracing trial and error.

Education
 

2020 Estonian Academy of Arts, MA in Contemporary Art, cum laude

2019 Aalto University, ViCCA, Erasmus exchange
2018 Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Fine Art, Erasmus exchange
2017 Pallas University of Applied Sciences, BA in Photography 
2016 Kunstuniversität Linz, Erasmus exchange
2013 University of Tartu, BA in Semiotics 



Latest Solo Shows
 

2022 "Let's Live In Friendship!" Draakoni Gallery, Tallinn

2022 Day 238, Editorial, Vilnius

 

2021 Remnants, Tartu Art House, Tartu

Latest Group Shows


2023 ArtVilnius, curatorial exhibition TAKAS with Henri Hütt

2023 Fragile Balance, curatorial exhibition, Atletika, Vilnius

2024 Sculptura #2, Brussels

 

Upcoming
 

2024 Residency at Island Connect (Saaremaa/Bornholm)

2024 Solo show, Põhjala tehas

2025 Solo show, Kuressaare Raekoda

Get in touch

Studio visit:
Marati 5a, Tallinn, Estonia

Full CV on request

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