Guided Tours of the exhibition
Antti Laitinen: Flexible landscapes
- in Finnish on Sundays at 2 pm
- in Swedish 29.5., 3.7., 31.7., 28.8. ja 18.9. at 3 pm
28 May – 18 September 2022
Antti Laitinen Flexible landscapes
The exhibition invites viewers to Antti Laitinen’s world, in which the landscape takes on strange shapes, and trees are covered in metal. Focusing on recent works, the exhibition offers a glimpse into the diverse production of the artist whose career spans two decades.
The installation exhibits colour samples from various natural elements distilled or ground onto a microscopic slide.
On each slide, the artist has painted images of nature spirits related to the animist worldview with transparent paint.
Physical labour has been part of Antti Laitinen’s art from the very beginning.
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