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ABOUT KAREEL SUSI:
Born in Estonia and currently resides in his home town called Tartu. He has been involved in art since the age of 7 when he first attended art school and has always taken art as natural part of his life. He has finished Tartu Art School and been studying traditional graphic arts at Finland. Thanks to the 16th LVMH Young Artists’ Award, he earned his chance to gain parts of his artistic education at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts in Paris France. He also is connected with Estonian street art movement since 1999 and has been working with his own style of graffiti writing and stencil art.
WHAT INSPIRES YOU?
I’m inspired by the fact that world is not a finished jet and we are the ones who can design our world to be a better place. And of course I like “beauty” – it may be a beautiful idea, game, girl, lie, picture etc. Also I’m always inspired by rain and meeting strange people on new situations.
INFLUENCES – WHAT PEOPLE, FACTORS OR EVENTS INSPIRED YOU TO BECOME AN ARTIST?
I like the fresh and powerful ideas that I can’t ignore. That’s why I love surrealistic art and street art because there are always some surprising moments. Also I am very inspired by the idea that artist is someone who lives behind the limits of society.
DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE.
My style is something about everything because I do mix very many techniques and ideas. I can do traditional printmaking (etching, aquatint, and serigraphy) but also video installations or digital paintings. I do love a game called “words and meanings”. Usually there are some hidden messages behind the beautiful pictures. I like abstract things more than realistic ones. And very often I don’t plan too much I just do it.
WHAT ARE YOUR ULTIMATE GOALS IN ART?
With my art, I’m trying to give my audience an opportunity to see the world from another point of view. The ultimate goal is the moment when I see that someone is impressed by something that I have created and I get positive feedback.