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Jere Suontausta: Mattermobile

A hypno-kinetic artwork that is experienced when lying down, 2019

Olivia Pohjola: Edeltämenneille / For the Foregone

This is a tableau of already extinct and currently disappearing species. This is a memorial and praise for the lost species that have faced extinction because of human activity. "Get up, you sooty boy, from the sooty beds, the Moon has risen, the Sun has risen, but you're still lying there; Get up and watch the Moon, to admire the weather, it's bad for you to stay there ´, but good to get up." Finnish folklore: (SKVR VI2 4984. Leppävirta. Savolainen, I. n. 21. --1892.), 2021

Maaria Wirkkala: PENALTY

Penalty is one detail of Maaria Wirkkala’ s exhibition Open Situation in Helsinki Art Museum 2014

Silja Selonen: Initial sea

Bright waves of sea and time, 2019

Isabella Chydenius: To everyone who ever escaped the day onto the dance floor // A Shrine

The piece functions as an experiment in the process of working with this pink light in spaces that aim to be intersectionally inclusive and safe, 2019

Isabella Chydenius: Fractions of a disco dance floor

Fractions of a disco dancefloor portrays a fraction of an evening in a club, 2022

Isabella Chydenius: Dancing on my own

A site -specific installation consisting of LED light string in a small ventilator room, defining the corners and walls of the confined space, 2021

Elisa Hillgen: Reflection

Reflection is a work intended for indoor spaces, where various objects on a rotating platform create fascinating reflections and movement on the walls, 2019

Isabella Chydenius: Murder on the dancefloor

Custom-made LED lightbulb network, old shoes, and shoestrings, 2022

Janne Parviainen: UV -window painting

The participants draw on a window/windows with fluorescent colored, water based chalk markers which are then illuminated with UV-lights.

Jukka Huitila: Vuolas vuo

Vuolas vuo is an ambiguous work that can be reminiscent of a river bed, northern lights, the top of a mountain and a river valley - and like nature, Vuolas vuo is different in daylight, evening twilight and night darkness, 2021

Heidi Stålnacke: Sula

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

Johanna-Josefina Alanko: Were time ends

Led-Light and Ceramics, 2021

KONVOLV: Hamistagan

Immersive interactive site-specific glass installation, 2019

Alexander Salvesen: Light And Shadow of Fundamental Interactions

An collection of 5 artworks interested in the fundamental physical interactions, 2018

Alexander Salvesen: Indian Summer

Is it possible to create summer in the middle of the winter, and is it allowed to do so, 2019

Kari Alonen: Glow of the Stone

Nature and light create feelings, 2018

Artist Collective Kunst: Near Zero

Near Zero is a black hole and a spatial installation that resonates with the space, 2021

Raisa Kilpeläinen: Tonic Light

Tonic Light (2017) is an installation, which the viewer may have a sip of.

ISABELLA CHYDENIUS: HIDE AND SEEK

An immersive light installation about femininity and urban nightclub culture, 2021

Alexander Salvesen: Osmosis I-III

A triptych using overhead projectors, recycled glass objects, colour filters to create a representation of liquid water in a cell, 2020

HEXAGON: Wishflower

Interactive wooden sculpture and lightshow, 2016

CONTACT INFORMATION

BLAF Best of Light Art in Finland
is hosted by
Finnish Light Art Society FLASH
2877700-6
LightArtFi

Producer: Annukka Ketola
annukka.ketola@valotaiteenseura.fi
+358 40 735 3972

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

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