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The Seagull (Villu Jaanisoo, KUMU Art Museum)
Tallinn

An installation, featuring 87 sculpted heads from children to Joseph Stalin via Estonian folk heroes. It is backed by archive recordings of interviews with the subjects played simultaneously for maximum, metaphor-heavy cacophony.

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