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- 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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Tag Archives: Sari Palosaari
3 RGB color and ambient light sensors, light emitting wall (162 led light rails and 162 u-profile glasses)Read more...
3 RGB color and ambient light sensors that detect the incoming light from one point in the sky is placed on top of the building, timed to work one at the time. 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 saved data of each day.
The illumination wall consists of 162 sandblasted u-profile glasses and 162 led light rails. It runs along the curved auditorium wall, facing toward the foyer space. It is located inside a auditorium volume that is enveloped with semitransparent glass and is situated above the main entrance of the hospital.
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, lighting entrepreneur SAAS Instruments.
Curator Lotta Mossum, commissioner Eva Rosengren / Uppsala Region, Kultur och bildning.
Winner of invitational competition.
Finalizing time August 2018.
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
gallery Titanik and around the city of Turku
Artists: Petri Kuljuntausta, Ida Lehtonen, Sari Palosaari, Sauli Sirviö, Elina Vainio
Haiharan Taidekeskus, Tampere,
Curator Jarno Vesala
Art Fair Suomi 2017
Merikaapelihalli – Puristamo – Valssaamo – MUU Kaapeli
Photographic Artists’ Association
Stones, Silent Cracking Agent, sound of a stone splitting, building materials from location and from studio practise
Solo show in gallery Hippolyte, Helsinki.Read more...
The work makes use of soundless cracking agent, an expansive mortar, that was developed for splitting rock and concrete in urban densely built areas without any noise or vibration. The cracking is a result of pressure created by the expanding agent. In the installation the moment when the stones crack is unpredictable. Whereas the new, silent and unobtrusive method improves efficiency in urban construction, in the exhibited piece it works in the opposite direction. The time in the installation makes no concession to the gallery’s opening hours neither to the stuff or viewer’s schedules. The stones are cracking in their own time.
Drywall extensions, light switch, socket, glass, aluminum profiles, objects from studio and exhibition space
The Secret Life of Buildings
Sari Palosaari´s entry A Silent Agent Doing Its Thing is one of the winners chosen for the exhibition and publication.
A CALL FOR OBJECTS
This is a call for works of art or design that (i) might fairly be called ‘objects’ by the nascent philosophies of Speculative Realism and Object Oriented Ontology, and that (ii) will throw light on architecture as a peculiar set of objects, phenomena, ideas, relations, connections, skills, materials, obligations, and operations. A selection of twenty of these Objects—all physical and all, whether singular or configurations of smaller objects, falling within the four Parameters set out below—will be exhibited for two weeks around a three-day symposium to be staged by the Center for American Architecture and Design (CAAD) at The University of Texas at Austin in October 2016 called “The Secret Life of Buildings.” More about the Symposium here.
Stage One Jurors: Michael Benedikt, Kory Bieg, Clay Odom.
Stage Two Jurors: Graham Harman, Ian Bogost, Leslie Van Duzer, Levi Bryant, Winka Dubbeldam, Jorge Otero-Pailos, Albena Yaneva, Michael Benedikt, Kory Bieg
An edited selection of the photographs, drawings, and descriptions of the proposals and Objects submitted for exhibition will appear fully attributed in CENTER 21: The Secret Life of Buildings scheduled to be published in the Fall of 2017. Submission of material to this competition grants permission to CAAD to publish it in print and online at any time.
Center for American Architecture and Design
School of Architecture/ The University of Texas at Austin
310 Inner Campus Dr., B7500
Austin, TX 78712
Two channel HD video
The work was filmed during Simo Kellokumpu ´s Contextual Choreography: Hidden Madhouse process in Mad House Helsinki 2015 and was exhibited as a part of his artistic doctoral thesis exhibition Contextual Choreography, in Suvilahti, Maneesi, 25.-29.4.2016.Read more...
The work addresses encounters of performance, work, stage, studio, material and leftovers. It is an entanglement of materials (steel, image, text, sound, machines, tools, clothes, costumes) and actions, and their reciprocal intended and unintended affects.
Camera Joakim Pusenius
Edit in co-op with Joakim Pusenius