Neeme Külm (1974) is a sculpture and installation artist who works with site-specific and minimalist spatial installations. In his works created for a public space, Külm often creates spatial shifts and plays with emotions, making the viewer physically participate in the piece, raising questions about social and political issues. He has also created remarkable spatial solutions for public urban space and important museum exhibitions and has received awards from the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.
Külm graduated from the sculpture department (BA 1998) and the department of interdisciplinary arts (MA 2005) at the Estonian Academy of Arts. He is one of the founders and board members of the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia. In 2012, he founded Valge Kuup, an installation and art production company (together with Jaana Jüris). In addition to private collections, his works belong to the collections of the Art Museum Estonia and Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia.