Flo Kasearu is an artist who works directly with various social processes, using her characteristic irony. Her works include videos, drawings, paintings, installations and performances, with the approach chosen to suit a given theme. Flo has focused on various topical questions, such as freedom, public and private space, the economic crisis and the role and opportunities of women in society. She often turns to her own life and the lives of those closest to her for inspiration. Kasearu is the founder of the Flo Kasearu House Museum in Tallinn. Her latest exhibitions include Festival of the Shelter (Pärnu Women’s Shelter, 2018), Holes (Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, 2018), Performing the Fringe (Konsthall C, 2020), Wunderkammer (Latvian Museum of Photography, Riga, 2020), State of Emergency (KUMU Art Museum, Estonia, 2020).