In the winter of 2017 our I'm So Angry (I Made a Sign) Pop-up Museum was on view for two months in the Museum of Occupations in Tallinn, Estonia. The exhibition was opened on the 23th of February with a special program. The Estonian artist Sandra Kosorotova performed 'Fashion activism as a reaction to hyper consumerism'; graphic design professor Ivar Sakk of the Estonian Art Academy talked about protest poster designing and the unexpected freedom and opportunities in the years prior to independence from the Soviet Union (1988-1991). Writers Kaija Kängsepp and Sandra Jõgeva performed texts on the subject of 'the angry (wo)man'. The video booth was open for visitors and many made their own protest sign.
In March a group of third year students of the Estonian Art Academy joined a weeklong workshop about protest poster-design led by Dutch graphic designer Bram Nijssen. The students produced their own protest posters, that were displayed in the Museum of Occupations.
The exhibition ends on 23th of April, so if you are in the neighbourhood, make sure to visit.
Museum of Occupations /
Toompea 8, Tallinn
Entrance: 6 euro
This wouldn't be possible without the help of: Merilin Piipuu (director Museum of Occupations), Sander Jürisson (curator Museum of Occupations), Berk Vaher (Müürileht), Maria Muuk (EKA), Laura Toots (EKA), Indrek Sirkel (EKA), Helen Tammemäe (Müürileht), Marika Pihel (Museum of Occupations) and many others.