Toomas Kuusing

“Ordinary Worlds”

10.05 - 30.06

In the world we live in, there is no longer a universally accepted truth, nor a basis for distinguishing reality from fiction. The balance between reality and fiction has shifted. We live in a giant image. Artists increasingly need less to invent content for their work. Fiction already exists. The scenes depicted in Toomas Kuusing’s works are mostly imaginative productions, and at first glance, they may seem like visual absurdity, but for the artist, the depicted themes are essentially serious, topical, or concerning. In order to prevent the works from becoming too dark, they are seasoned with humor, ranging from naive jokes to sharp grotesque, irony, and societal criticism.