Kati Roover is multidisciplinary artist living and working in Helsinki. In her works she approaches environmental changes through poetic imagination, creating works that combine her research with a broad range of perspectives, e.g. human-non-human interaction, natural sciences, ecological and decolonial thinking, deep listening, mythical storytelling, feminist new materialisms, elemental cinema and documentary essay film. She works with moving image, sound, photography, text and installations.


Contact: kati.roover(at)gmail.com


Videos: https://vimeo.com/user12427785


Sounds: https://soundcloud.com/kroover


Full Cv and password for Vimeo videos by request





2013–2016  Finnish Academy of Fine Art, Time and Space, Master of Fine Arts with honors



Solo exhibitions




Do Rivers Really Ever End? Third Space, Helsinki, Finland


Layers, Oksasenkatu 11, Helsinki, Finland


Coexistence, Galleria Huuto, Helsinki, Finland



Group exhibitions




Salt of My Eyes - The Earth, Gallery of Emil Filla, curated by Tereza Zachova, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic


Coexistence, Contemporary Museum Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland


Listening Being - Titanik, Turku, Finland




Blanc, And Tomorrow And exhibition in Index, Stockolm, Sweden



Films and projects


2018 -          Hydrologic: Do Rivers Really Ever End, Salt of My Eyes, H2O - Creatures,

                     Rain Dances, Suo - Swamp

2018-           To Become a Tree Breath

2018             Fragments of Paradise - Lost: Coexistence, Cut

2017             Flowing Place

2016             Blanc

2015             Red

2014             Yolanda

2014             Didn´t wish to be filmed

2014             Transformation

2013             In the Garden

2013             Time

2012             O

2012             Silence

2012             She

2012             Ghost