Kati Roover is Estonian-born Helsinki based multidisciplinary artist. Her practice spans across the mediums of moving image, sound, photography, text and installations, draws upon and addresses a broad range of topics that are connected - from human-non-human interactions, dialogical aesthetics,  mothering practices, mythical storytelling, decoloniality and hydrofeminism, to the natural sciences and ecology.

Roover received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the Academy of Fine Arts (University of the Arts Helsinki) in 2016. Roover’s works have recently been on display in the following exhibitions and art contexts: Turku New Performance festival (2022); Kunsthalle, Helsinki; KINDL Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin, (2021); The Flecha Selvagem (Wild Arrow) project, Brazil (online 2021-); Wäinö Aaltosen museo, Turku (2021); Galerie im Körnerpark, Berliini (2020); Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki (2019); Gallery of Emila Filla, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic (2019); Titanik galleria, Turku (2019).


I acknowledge the long rich evolution of Earth and the depth of (bio)diversity.

I acknowledge indigenous peoples worldwide, who with ongoing determination and care,

 speak for and demonstrate stewardship of life on Earth.

I acknowledge my own ancestors, human and more than human.

I acknowledge all who have helped, shared, witnessed and supported my work.

Thank you!



Contact: kati.roover(at)gmail.com


Videos: https://vimeo.com/user12427785


Sounds: https://soundcloud.com/kroover