Aap Tepper (b. 1991) is a visual artist based in Tallinn, Estonia. He is interested in subjectivity within visual culture and uses his own photography as well as images from social media as subject matter for his research. His works usually deal with memory and its relations to space and photographic representation in the age of digital culture. He mostly works with site-specific installations, often using photography as his favored medium. Aap received a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree from the Estonian Academy of Arts (Fine Arts, Photography). He’s the co-founder and member of the artist-run space Rundum. Since 2016 he works in the National Archives of Estonia and creates critical gestures about archival representation and its power to manipulate cultural memory.