// Current and upcoming
- Solo show, gallery Sculptor, Helsinki, 9/2018
- Material Thought, Varbergs Konsthall, Sweden, 7.10.17 -7.1.18
- Silent Space, Nordic House Reykjavik, 11/2017
- cache, gallery Titanik and around the city of Turku, 10/2017
- City of Light, Jyväskylä City Library, 28. -30.9.2017
- City, Haiharan Taidekeskus, Tampere, 5.8.-3.9.2017
- Nature Unmotifs, Arts in Environment, Hiap, Suomenlinna, Helsinki, 31.8.2017
- Art Fair Suomi 2017, 5/2017
- Silent Space, Finnish Institute, Stockholm, 18.11. - 17.12.2016
- The Secret Life of Buildings, CAAD, University of Texas at Austin, 10/2016
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Category Archives: Commissions
Stones, soundless cracking agent, stone tile, found stone brick and drilled stone pieces, rubber yarn, weathered hybrid polymer glue sealant, steel, glass, painted mdf, Art Deco entrance hall in the industrial area Iso-Heikintie in Turku
Rgb color and ambient light sensor, illumination wall (162 led light rails and 162 u-profile glasses)Read more...
A color and light sensor is placed on top of the hospital building. It detects the incoming light from a point in the sky, its intensity and its color in RGB color space. A light emitting wall is translating the incoming data into temporally adjusting colors and brightnesses.
During the day the data runs in real time and during the dark hours from the information that was saved during the day. The real time information illuminates the whole 135 m2 area around the auditorium, whereas only singular canals are illuminated at night time, switching places as the color data changes.
The illumination wall, with 162 sandblasted u-profile glasses and 162 led light rails, runs around the curved auditorium, facing toward the foyer space. The auditorium volume is enveloped with semitransparent glass facade and situated above the main entrance of the hospital. Therefor the art work impacts also the outside surrounding.
The work is realized in co-operation with White Arkitekter AB / Fredrik Mats Nilsson for Uppsala Akademiska Sjukhuset.
Electric technician Gregoire Rousseau, programming Eetu Huhtala.
Curator Lotta Mossum, commissioner Eva Rosengren / Uppsala Region.
Winner of invitational competition.
Finalizing time June / 2018.
Mary Gallen-Kallela´s piano, rope, hooks, carabiners, lock, thimbleRead more...
The piece is a project for Gallen-Kallela Museum, Espoo, and Silent Space – Intensified Integrities exhibition. It made use of Mary Gallen-Kallela´s grand piano from the museum collection.
A rope is fixed around the piano lid holder. It then runs through hooks on the wall and on the ceiling and comes down. The end of the rope hangs loosely and drops to the viewer´s space, suggesting to pull – and the brake of silence.
Concrete floor, tiles, drain lid, drawingRead more...
The work was created for Valtio+ (State+) exhibition that took place in a former Turku Regional Prison in Kakolanmäki, Turku. The piece consists of two parts, a drawing that was placed inside a segregation cell and a sculpture that was cast outside on the yard of the prison. The drawing was depicting the ground plan of the same cell where it was hanged and a larger map of the cell´s location inside the prison. The sculpture was a copy of the floor of same segregation cell that was `moved´ outside. It was cast and tiled on place and included all the detailing of the original.
The connection with the two parts would be detected while walking about in the prison and the exhibition. The sculpture could be seen on each floor from the staircase window. The work enabled to view and encounter the cell´s floor space outside without the oppressing and overwhelming prison atmosphere.
Eventually the nature would take the piece over.