A comic strip by Ave Nahkur entitled “Snow Flake’s Journey from Viljandi to La Gomera”
A completely white-coloured character lacking any gender characteristics named Snow Flake starts their winding way from Tartu Street in Viljandi (Estonia). Tartu Street meanders down the hill toward the lake. Last century it was the home of schoolteacher and Naïve painter Paul Kondas. Now the house at 88 Tartu Street is the residence of Ave Nahkur and her husband Imps. Snow Flake introduces the sights on Tartu Street to the Estonian national animal, wolves, who have come to visit in Viljandi.
Ave and Imps have a second home on La Gomera, one of the Canaries in Spain. In the Estonian context, they can be called climate or comfort refugees. In the second part of the comic, Snow Flake reaches La Gomera, riding a whale. Abroad, Snow Flake is in the role of listener and lets two black dogs give her a tour of the island.
exhibition was supported by the Estonian Cultural Endowment.