Art historian, lecturer and PhD student of Estonian Academy of Arts
Triin Metsla is an art historian, lecturer and PhD student of Estonian Academy of Arts. As a curator and art historian, her main interests concern exile studies, eco-aesthetics and environmental humanities. She defended her MA-thesis on exile art of Estonian refugee artists after WWII at the Estonian Academy of Arts in 2018 and is currently continuing this research. Her recent and upcoming curatorial projects concern the conceptual turn surrounding co-species and natural environment.
Metsla’s visit is part of the Re-Practicing Hospitalities network funded by Nordic Culture Point.