Sille Kima is visual artist and a mover in body, sense and sound, currently based between Tallinn and Athens.


Her work is rooted in the haptic of the sonic, and looks at the interplay between setting and dissolution of boundaries within intimate relationships and power structures alike, with a dedication to a planetary tenderness via radical situatedness in the local and the body. She also makes and performs music about the grammars of love formed by an exploitative world and pollinates tomato blossoms, both on her windowsill and in gardens with open gates. One of those is an open garden and a garden residency she is co-running with Sandra Kosorotova near Narva Art Residency in Narva, Estonia.

Her recent artworks have been shown at a solo exhibition at Viljandi Old Water Tower (Estonia), Lothringer 13 Florida (Munich), Palazzo Paradiso (Munich), Reaktorhalle (Munich), with words and photographic works having been published in Värske Rõhk magazine and in 'Transobject no 1' publication, which archives the proceedings of SFB42 – a collective bringing together particle physicists, artists and practitioners she is a part of. Her musical performances and sound installations have been shown at Pair Gallery (Pavilosta, Latvia) and Dynjandi, IUA (Reykjavik).