She is the terrible one who has a dreadful face. Her ear ornaments are the corpses of children. Her fangs are dreadful, and her face is fierce. She makes a terrible sound and lives in the cremation ground, where she is surrounded by howling jackals. She is eager to have sexual intercourse in reverse fashion with Mahakala. She is lustrous like a dark cloud and wears black clothes.

Description of Kali in David R. Kinsley’s book Tantric Visions of the Divine Feminine: The Ten Mahavidyas (1997)

Gregor Kulla (2000) is a composer, performance artist, writer, critic and model born in Põlva, who studies composition at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater under Prof. Helena Tulve and Prof. Tõnu Kõrvits. Kulla previously graduated from the Heino Eller Music School majoring in oboe and composition (under Katrin Aller and Anna Šulitšenko). They have improved themselves in the field of sustainable art creation at the EU School of Participation 2021 in Novi Sad, Serbia, and taken part of master classes with several prestigious composers, including Chaya Czernowin (US/Israel), Federico Favali (Italy), Slavomir Horinka (Czech Republic) and others. Kulla received the honorary title of Tartu Noor Kultuurikandja 2020 for their activities at the Tartu cultural field. The following year, they became a laureate of the cultural newspaper Sirp, in 2022 they received the annual prize of the literary magazine Värske Rõhk, the "Esimese Sammu" literary award and a Erkki-Sven Tüür Foundation scholarship. From 2021, they are the creative producer and assistant artistic director of the international contemporary music festival "Afekt". From this year, they teach at the University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy. In their work, they deal with gender studies, feminism, minority cultures–queer culture, drag culture and historically women-centered activities–and Eastern philosophies.