The work of visual artist Ivar Veermae (born 1982 in Talinn, Estonia; lives in Berlin) circles around questions of public space, networks and new technologies. As a result of long-term artistic research by means of photography, film and sound, his works are presented in versatile ways (such as video, on-site installations, interactive works and performances, also in public space). In addition to solo and group exhibitions (among others in Germany, Estonia, Denmark, Netherlands and Australia), his video works have been screened at numerous international media art and film festivals, including the transmediale, Berlin, Germany; the AND Festival Manchester, United Kingdom; the Crosstalk Festival, Budapest, Hungary; the EMAF, Osnabruck, Germany; the Oodaaq Festival, Rennes, France and the International Motion Festival, Nicosia, Cyprus. Ivar Veermäe aims to document and analyse the infrastructure underlying our contemporary culture of data and information. His projects show a processual, still evolving and therefore non-finite character that enables further discussions.