Heidi Stålnacke: Pyrähdys, Spring, Viides vuodenaika & Saber Wing

A series of light sculptures made with mixed media.

This series of artworks resemble a small window between the past and the future. What does nature look like when all that remains is a vague memory?  

The artist's goal is to create beautiful reflections of nature from garbage and make the viewer long for what has not yet been lost.  

In his works, sadness, longing, and happiness overlap. 

Pyrähdys Heidi Stålnacke Photo: Heidi Stålnacke


Spring Heidi Stålnacke Photo: Heidi Stålnacke


Viides vuodenaika Heidi Stålnacke Photo: Heidi Stålnacke

Viides vuodenaika

Saber Wing Heidi Stålnacke Photo: Heidi Stålnacke

Saber Wing

Light sources, materials, and equipment:  
Led lights and recycled plastic.

Dimensions of the work, approximately (width-height-depth): 
19x19x14 cm

Electricity consumption:
Standard mains current (10A/16A).

Does the artwork use sound?
No sound.

Support and other structures:
The work needs support structures, hanging points, or similar.

Structures, hardware, or other equipment needed from the client: 
Hanging with two nails on the wall.

Minimum height of the space:
40 cm

Minimum square meters of the space:
0,5 m2

Requirements for the space: darkness, temperature, colouring (light / dark / specific colour / other) etc.:
Indoors art.

Building time and people required (estimate):
Easy to hang. Hanging time about 10 minutes. Requires only one person.

Artist's presence:
Guidance can be provided for building.

Seen before at:
Kajaani Art Museum, 2019/2020


BLAF Best of Light Art in Finland
is hosted by
Finnish Light Art Society FLASH

Producer: Annukka Ketola
+358 40 735 3972

Mia Kivinen / mia.kivinen@valotaiteenseura.fi
Anna Björklund / anna.bjorklund@valotaiteenseura.fi

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