Mäntän Kuvataideviikot 2012 Finder Can Keep - exibition in Mänttä, Finland. Two sculpures out of traditional hatmaking materials.
"Landschaft" 2010. Installation at Aktiver Düsterismus exibition, Suomesta Galleria, Berlin. materials cardboard, cotton candy, plastic. photos by Maria Duncker and Bernhard Ludwig. See more
January 2010: As my Mobile Female Monument didnt fit into the museum, I suggested the curator I can do hats instead, and this is what came out of it. The theme was "My Home Is My Castle", I made a series of six "sculptural hats" for it. I see the hats as characters, they show out what kind of home person one is. This one is called Pirttihirmu/Looking for Trouble?, my favourite one is Metsä/Forest. They are on show at Rauma Art Museum, Finland until April 2010.
2009: A climbing tree for children in Mäki-Matin Perhepuisto, Jyväskylä Finland. In the background Jukka Rusanen´s sculpture.
An interactive performance sculpture on wheels. Was on show, may 2007, in Tennispalatsi Art Museum Helsinki, and was taken for a walk from there every second day. Passers by could enter the sculpture, there was enough space for an adult to lie down. The "pussy wagon" as people started to call it, was made of silicone and foam plastic, inside upholstery was made of satin. When lying inside one could play the strings that were tensioned from one wall to the other. Also people outside could rock the soft sculpture from outside, which made a special experience for the one lying inside.
an installation at Happihuone Gallery, Helsinki, summer 2006
Happy Läpi Valley was an installation with three different elements; the cakes, the pond and the doors. The installation space was also a greenhouse, which gave the viewer the possibility to walk through the whole exhibition without turning back. The cake on the floor had potatoes growin in it. the upper cake with a light inside was ment to have moths in it but nature striked... The pond included a frog projection, which would ambivalently turn into something else with a closer look. nature and strange mechanisms were hidden behind the doors at the back. when one openend the left door water squirted into one's face. When one opened the right door a huge ventilator would blow wind and birch trees leaves into one's face! the middle door was leading out with a loud sigh. pictures by Kuvataiteen Keskusarkisto and Aino Korvensyrjä.