Alice Kask



In this exhibition the unset table painted by Alice Kask is the only sign of chastity and laconicism that is usually characteristic of Neeme’s installations. Casual and defiantly empty, without any exaggerations, the table covered with a slightly wrinkled black tablecloth with a spot of light on it resembles a hearse, but there is neither food or wine belonging to the table, nor the deceased that would justify the presence of a hearse. It’s just a carefully painted large table covered with black cloth, perhaps a little eerie. With no function, like all objects and paintings in this exhibition.