Hyvinvoinnin välitystoimisto

Agency for Cultural Well-being 2015-2017, I worked in the project as co-manager. EU project promoting productizing and marketing art-based services to the social and healthcare sector. Project partners: Humak University of Applied Sciences, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Saimaa University of Applied Sciences, Jyväskylä University, Arts Promotion Centre Finland. More info (in Finnish): http://www.hvvt.fi https://www.facebook.com/hyvinvoinninvalitystoimisto

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2014 Installation with variable measures. Aluminium, acrylic, polycarbonate, plywood. Photos from Mänttä Art Festival, Finland 2014.

Killer Robot

Textile sculpture, part of the series Killer Robot vs. Robot Killer. Height 300 cm Originally exhibited in gallery Sculptor, Helsinki 2005. Participated  10/2015 – 2/2016 in the Amos Platform programme in the Forum shopping center in Helsinki, which is a co-operation project of  Amos Anderson Art Museum and the shopping center).    

Unelma

Daydream 2012 Public, movable sculpture. Commission of the Helsinki Art Museum. Located in Siltasaarenkatu, Helsinki 12-13 and Sitratori, Helsinki 13 –

ABMO

2010 My Master’s work for the Finnish Art Academy Interactive story of a living sculpture. Master’s Thesis: Abmo (in Finnish) Photos from the exhibition in gallery Becker, Jyväskylä, Finland 2008.

Riutta

2009 Public sculpture in a school in Arabianranta, Helsinki, Finland. Commission of the Helsinki Art Museum. Acryl, aluminium & steel.

Planet of the Lost Pens

2009 – Various European cities Bright yellow pens stating “Where do all the lost pens go?” left in urban environment for random people to find.

Personality Development of an Arcturan Intellect

“Arcturuslaisen Intellektuellin Persoonallisuuskehitys” Exhibition trilogy, which was exhibited 2007 in the galleries Jangva, Kaapeli & Rantakasarmi in Helsinki, Finland. Every exhibition showed one phase of the development of an imaginary alien species. There was an interactive web story running on background and updating real-time, providing extra information.

Textile Sculptures

During the years 2003 – 2006 I worked mainly by sewing. I made a collection of textile creatures, robots and human figures, which were often exhibited as installation including lightning and sound.