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Rare art films at Kai cinema

Anne Katrine Senstad’s immersive light installation Radical Light will be open at Kai until April 26th. The film and lecture program accompanying the exhibition opens an important chapter in the history of art – from the late 1960s to early 1970s – inspired by minimalist and land art and represented by a number of famous American artists such as Robert Smithson, Nancy Holt, Walter de Maria, Doug Wheeler and James Turrell.


The last chance to see the screenings of Sun Tunnels (1978) and Spiral Jetty (1970) at Kai cinema is on March 18th at 6pm. Admission with exhibition ticket.


Kai Art Center and Tallinn Music Week (TMW) held an open call for the composition of a musical piece inspired by Anne Katrine Senstad’s exhibition Radical Light. The winning entry will be played at Kai Art Center during TMW festival from March 24–29, 2020.

Artists’ film workshop on March 15th

Kai Art Center will host a workshop led by film producer Gareth Evans and filmmaker Andrea Luka Zimmermann on Sunday, March 15th from 12pm to 6pm. The day-long workshop “Navigation and Situation – Making and Showing Outside the Frame” touches upon various challenges that artists and independent film-makers face. The workshop will be accompanied by three film screenings.

Kai movie program this month

The workshop led by film producer Gareth Evans and filmmaker Andrea Luka Zimmermann will be accompanied by movie screenings at Kai cinema.


Patience (After Sebald) directed by Grant Gee and produced by Gareth Evans will be shown on Monday, March 16th at 6pm. Andrea Luka Zimmerman’s Here For Life will be screened on Tuesday, March 17th at 6pm.


On March 31st at 6pm Florida Project will be screened at Kai. Warm, winning, and gloriously alive, it is a deeply moving and unforgettably poignant look at childhood.


Check out the Kai cinema program in the calendar. Tickets 5€/3€.

Kai resident in March: belit sağ

Our this month’s resident at Kai is belit sağ. belit sağ (lives and works in Amsterdam) was born in Turkey and is a visual artist working with moving image. She studied mathematics in Turkey and visual art in the Netherlands. Her ongoing artistic and moving image practice largely focuses on the role of visual representations of violence in the experience and perception of political conflicts in Turkey, Germany, and the Netherlands.


Come and join us for our monthly resident’s circle with belit sağ and conversation with Maarin Ektermann on Wednesday, March 11th at 6pm. Free admission.

Come and work at Kai’s coworking space!

Kai’s seaside coworking space (Peetri 12, Noblessner) is looking for new residents. You can rent a desk for a day, a week, or for a longer period. You can also book meeting rooms Kiisk (for 8 people) and Säinas (for 16 people). Read more about the shared office here and come check out our space!