Flo Kasearu works and lives in Tallinn, in Flo Kasearu House Museum. The nature of her works is seasonal and explorative, in that each project begins as an open-ended game. Using video, public actions, installation, photo, drawing, performance, she has played with private and public space, freedom, economic depression, patriotism and nationalism. She likes to edit together, perform or stage slightly awkward and ironic situations, in light of which real life issues shift into focus responding to her attempt to challenge the very way in which they are commonly addressed. Flo Kasearu won the Köler Prize in 2012 and is since 2013 director of Flo Kasearu House Museum.