Anna-Stina Treumund is an Estonian queer feminist artist doing mostly photography and videos. Her projects concentrate on deconstructing the heteronormative culture in Estonia. Anna-Stina was also one of the organizers of the LadyFest Tallinn (2011-2013). Since 2013 she has been more active in and gotten inspiration for her art from the SM subculture.
For more works see her homepage.
C and Silent Duck, 2014
Princess Diaries II or Who Wouldn´t Like to be a Queer Feminist Artist in a Post-Soviet Country, 2014
Lilli, Reed, Frieda, Sabine, Eha, Malle, Alfred, Rein and Mari, 2012
Lilli, Reed, Frieda, Sabine, Eha, Malle, Alfred, Rein and Mari is a work about reconstructing and inventing visual material of non-normative women living in Estonia and Livonia from the 16th–20th century.
LOSER 2011, 2011
In Loser 2011 I perform as the “winners” of post-soviet country – Martin has three children with different women and he believes in marriage, Veiko works in Finland and hates immigrants, and Lauri is a closeted gay making homophobic comments in media.