MAAJAAM is a non-profit artist run project space in an old farm in the countryside of Southern Estonia

MAAJAAM is concentrated on researching of, experimenting with and reflecting on the relationships between people, technology and nature. Substituting the urban environment with a hilly rural landscape allows us to observe technology in it’s pure form. Mixing the past technological wonders of the historical farm with present day hi-tech offers us a shift in perspective. This perspective is projected through the prism of art.

MAAJAAM is operated by artist Timo Toots and his family. Besides being a project space, MAAJAAM also serves as a summer home. The topics under investigation are closely related to his own artistic practice. His previous works are visible at www.timo.ee.

Besides Timo, the crew of MAAJAAM consist of Jo Nurm, Aki Toots, Muuro the Dalmatian and Mia the Ambient Cat. Timo’s parents run the neighboring horse farm Ponimaa. Tiiu supplies the local food and Kalev helps with construction and engineering.

The word MAAJAAM [mɑːjɑːm] means earth station in Estonian. You should pronounce like this.


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