Martin Rünk is an art scholar and critic. In 2010, he defended his master's thesis on "Self-reflective situations in dialogical aesthetics with the example of Polümeer factory workers' reunion" at the Institute of Art History, Estonian Academy of Arts. He was also a board member of the Polymer Culture Factory.

The Good, The Bad and The Impetuous

Tanel Saar, Kilian Ochs, Sylvain Breton, Janno Bergmann
 The Doors, installation at Culture Factory Polymer
 Courtesy of the artists
 photo by Tanel Saar

Martin Rünk looks back at the Polymer Culture Factory, which was active at 22 Madara Street in Tallinn from 2002 to 2014 The Polymer Culture Factory, known as one of the most long-lived independent cultural centres in Estonia, closed its

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