Georgian capital and several buildings that were important parts of the cultural heritage have been demolished in recent years. Repairing is both cross-cultural and culturally relative; it has similarities across the world and differences based on tradition and affordances. In this sense, the specificity of repair is not that it happens but rather that it highlights the values attached and its aesthetics and moral implications.
PhD in Anthropology, currently teaching at the Estonian Academy of Arts. Awarded several scholarships in various countries. He has edited three books, curated three exhibitions, and worked as a correspondent in Russia, Germany, Turkey, and Portugal.