Hide&Seek Ltd. is a company founded by Oona Tikkaoja. It works with a continuosly growing contemporary art piece: local art-paths, which are made of bronze-casted self-portraits of the participants and combined to a network via a digital map. More information in Finnish: piiloleikki.fi, in English: piiloleikki.fi/en
Helix is a public sculpture commissioned by the city of Espoo for a new hospital building opening on 2017.
Site-specific installation in the Objekti 2016 exhibition in the center of Espoo, Finland // Taped images of fish on the windows of the corridor of Espoo station. // Video interview (in Finnish) Photos: Pekka Tallqvist
2015-16 Playground sculpture in Kupittaa park / Turku, Finland. Commissioned by the city of Turku. Collaborating artists: Jan-Erik Andersson, Eero Merimaa, Jani Rättyä, Ann Sundholm, Oona Tikkaoja. The playground sculpture was planned as an open co-operation process with 5 Turku-based artists and the (child) residents of the city. More information (in Finnish): https://www.facebook.com/patsaspuistoturku
2014 Installation with variable measures. Aluminium, acrylic, polycarbonate, plywood. Photos from Mänttä Art Festival, Finland 2014.
2005 Textile sculpture, part of the series Killer Robot vs. Robot Killer. Height 300 cm 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).
Daydream 2012 Public, movable sculpture. Commission of the Helsinki Art Museum. Located in Siltasaarenkatu, Helsinki 12-13 and Sitratori, Helsinki 13 –
Hide and Seek 2011 Public sculpture series made in co-operation with children. Commission of the city of Turku. More info (in Finnish): https://www.turku.fi/vapaa-aika/kulttuuri/kulttuurikuntoilu/piiloleikki
2009 Public sculpture in a school in Arabianranta, Helsinki, Finland. Commission of the Helsinki Art Museum. Acryl, aluminium & steel.