Johannes Luik (b 1988) graduated from the Estonian Academy of Arts with a focus on installation and sculpture and he currently lives and works in Tallinn. 2017 (with Siim Elmers) and 2018 he won Grand Prix of the Young Sculptor Award.
In his art, Johannes Luik subjectively describes impressions and spaces. His works find expression in different media but always relate organically with space. His method is to study the relationship between (abstract) objects in a three-dimensional architectural space and the functional relationship between architectural details in those objects. This is how Johannes Luik deals with space as a material that, when activated, can create different ways of experience and memory.