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Ruudu Ulas

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Ruudu Ulas (b 1987, Estonia) is a visual artist who lives and works between Berlin, Tallinn and Berlin. Her practice includes photography, object-making and performative actions. Ulas’ work focuses on the dynamics between the individual and the environment, highlighting the tensions and glitches that emerge from the interjection of public and personal spaces. Working within the expanded field of photography, Ulas’ work is often site specific and takes the form of large scale room installations.

Ulas completed her MA studies in Photography from Royal College of Art in 2021. She holds a First Class BA(Hons) in Fine Art Photography from Glasgow School of Art and she also studied under Joachim Brohm at HGB Leipzig in 2016/2017. She has participated in exhibitions in the UK as well as internationally and she has been a visiting lecturer at Glasgow School of Art. She has received the Adamson Eric Stipend (2019), Ene Grauberg Foundation Grant (2019) as well as Metro Imaging Mentorship Award (2021). In 2023 she was selected as one of The Photographer’s Gallery New Talent artists.