“Sense of Place” consisted of site-specific installations designed for Tallinn Art Hall Gallery by artists Johna Hansen (DK), Laura Põld and Katrine Gram Sloth (DK) .
“The group exhibition “Sense of Space” at Tallinn Art Hall Gallery by three young female artists from Northern Europe was like junctures carefully compiled in a construction that played with notions such as place and out of place, time and timelessness. All three artists constantly change the place they live, moving from one residency to another. At some point they have become randomly entangled with each other and so the current exhibition seemed a bit chaotic at first glance. Nevertheless, all three artists cooperate primarily to invite viewers to shift their perceptual boundaries. They have each staged memories of arrival in places that are difficult to define, and in fact there would be no benefit in defining them because Laura Põld from Estonia, Katrine Gram Sloth from Denmark and Johna Hansen from Sweden would rather guide the viewer behind the scenes than directly to the enjoyment of beautiful landscapes.” – Maris Karjatse, Kunst.ee (2/2016)
Photos by Karel Koplimets and Kristiina Hansen