Heidi Stålnacke: Sula

The installation focuses on key threats to our future, the melting of sea ice and glacier, 2021

Sula -installation focuses on key threats to our future, the melting of sea ice and glacier. The work portrays the states and movement of water. The light in the art work is radiation between future and past. The work is made of waste material of the plastic industry. ”I constantly challenge myself by looking for new materials, ways of working, and perspectives on making art. My goal is to create beautiful reflections of nature from the trash and make the viewer miss what has not yet been lost. In my works, grief, longing and happiness overlap.”

Please provide the dimensions of the work. Approximate size will do. Please mention if the work can be adjusted. (width-height-depth):

The size of the installation is flexible. In other words it can be hung in many different kinds of ways. There are 76 single pieces in the installation. Size of one piece is approximately 40x8x8 centimeters.



Electricity consumption:

Standard mains current (10A/16A)


Support and other structures: 

The work needs support structures, hanging points, or similar

Please state which structures, hardware or other equipment is needed from the client:

Hanging points (can be also placed on the floor)

Does the artwork use sound:

No sound.

Minimum height of the space:


Minimum square meters of the space:


Building time and people required (estimate):

1 day

Artist's presence:

Guidance can be provided for building


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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