Born in 1962 in Tallinn. Studied history, literature and arts in Tartu, Sankt Peterburg and New York. Freelance artist, writer and educator.
In the nineties I was engaged with mediacritical approach, but I soon turned towards deep ecology and moved into woods. I lived for 12 years in a small cabin and combined neolithic principles with post-industiral ones both in my art and lifestyle. Now the focus of my work is posthumanist ethics. I have exhibited one-man shows in London, Berlin, Moscow and Chiang Mai, my work has been bought by public and private collections and monumental pieces have been assigned to public space. In 2017 I was invited a visiting professor for liberal arts at Tartu University.