Pille-Riin Jaik (born 1991 in Tallinn, Estonia) is an interdisciplinary video artist, who is based in Vienna. She has a Bachelor of Photography from the Estonian Academy of Fine Arts and is currently studying Art and Digital Media with professor Constanze Ruhm in Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She has participated in several group exhibitions in Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Sweden, Germany, France, Austria, Japan and has also had solo exhibitions ‘Halfway’(2015), ‘Confession Pool’(with Liisa Jugapuu and Helena Keskküla, 2015) and ‘There’s another woman behind every woman’ (2016). Her short film ‘Tangled’ won the main prize in 2017 in FrauenFilmTage and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna organized a short film competition titled ‘ Relationships / Love / Sexuality’. Currently she is continuing her research in schizophrenic roles, stereotypes and myths of females, furthermore she is working on her new short film ‘Aphrodite, Athena, Dionysus, Mars’.
*Photo by Mark Raidpere
Participant of Kinodot competition 2018 with the film Tangled