My exhibition "Utopian T-town" provided a critical view of social, political
and cultural issues. For me was and is important to sense environment
and understand it through artistic approach. I have used a variety of
printmaking techniques, both classic graphic techniques, such as etching
and lithography, and also drawings and animation.
Visually, I have also worked with the radical aesthetics of graphic art of
Soviet Estonia in the 1970s. At that time it invented its distinctive visual
language; through more abstract geometrical forms and different
symbols it was possible to talk about things that were forbidden.