Koit (b. 1983) and Brit (b.1986) both have graphic design background, working mainly on commissioned jobs. Since artistic ambitions and everyday work don't always meet to a satisfactory degree, many non-work related thoughts and ideas acquired throughout years, scattered throughout notebooks, needed to be looked over and digested. There were projects that needed finishing and projects that needed developing. No definitive outcome was set, but to see and put things into perspective.
Their main focus was on a collaborative project about representation of domestic spaces in public domain. They investigate how homes are represented in real estate environments, how private matters (e.g. local history, family history, personal preferences and habits) are casually revealed to large audiences for selling purposes. The project got a solid foundation during the MoKS residency and will continue further.
Privately, Brit was investigating her recent interest in fashion history, advancing her collection of clothing details that have unexpected relevancy in historic events; while Koit was observing and documenting the natural surroundings of Mooste.