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25. May - 15. Sep

“Wild Bits” / outdoor exhibition about technologial art

12:00 - 19:00

Otepää parish | Maajaam

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Buy ticket 10 €

Tickets 10€/6€. Family ticket 25€.


Wild Bits is an outdoor exhibition that takes place in South-Estonia, near Otepää at the art and technology farm Maajaam – both in the farmlands and in the surrounding nature. The exhibition, which is in the main programme of the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024, has installations from the prominent artists working with technological art as well as remarkable emerging artists.

Exhibition is opened
25th of May – 15th of September

Summer period
Wednesday – Sunday, 12:00-19:00

20th of August CLOSED

Autumn period (from September 1)
Saturday-Sunday, 12:00-19:00

* entrance will be closed an hour before closing time

Visitors can find artworks on a stroll across vast meadows, past pony paddocks, through the lush forest and mysterious swamp. Exhibition guests are welcome to enjoy the wind radio and the forest perfumery, listen to the bizarre sounds reflecting over the pasture, transport pine cones out of the forest on a conveyor belt, empathise with the robot with a seemingly impossible task or instead row into the middle of the forest lake and study its biodiversity like a scientist.

Wild Bits provides a wonderful opportunity to lose oneself for a couple of hours in the domed landscape of Southern Estonia and reflect on how nature, man and man-made technologies influence each other.

The exhibition is open from the end of May until the beginning of September and is suitable for exploring with the whole family.

Artists taking part: Agnes Meyer-Brandis (Germany), Marco Barotti (Italy), Julijonas Urbonas (Lithuania), Uģis Albiņš (Latvia), Anna Tamm and Vinzenz Leutenegger (Estonia/Switzerland), Varvara & Mar (Estonia/Spain), Jeanne Harignordoquy (France), Janis Polar (Switzerland), Greg Orrom Swan (United Kingdom), Andreas Zißler, Fabian Lanzmaier and Klemens Kohlweis (Austria), Mohar Kalra (USA), Claudia O’Steen and Aly Ogasian (USA), heidundgriess (Germany), Studio Watershore (Taiwan), Johan Kirsimäe ja Markus Varki (Estonia).

The event is partially accessible for guests with limited mobility and hearing-impaired guests and is welcoming to families with small children. Well behaved pets are welcome on a leash.

European Capital of Culture partners are A. Le Coq, Delfi Meedia, Topauto I Citroën ja Lux Express.

Supported by: Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Estonian Ministry of Culture, Estonian Centre of Folk Culture, British Council, French Institute, Embassy of Germany in Estonia, Embassy of Austria in Estonia, Creative Europe, Raitwood, Sunly, Palmako, GMP Clubhotel, Ubala, Balbiino, Alma, Jungent, Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center, Miridon, I.L.U.

Partners: Tartu 2024, Kaunas 2024, Savvaļa

If you want to grab a bite or need a place to stay, see what the Tartu 2024 hospitality network offers in the area:


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  • Partially accessible for people with reduced mobility
  • Partially accessible for the hearing impaired
  • Family friendly with a toddler
  • Visitors with well-behaved pets


Wild Bits MTÜ


Ojaveere talu, Neeruti küla, Otepää vald, 67505 Valgamaa

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