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Felipe de Ávila Franco: How to Postpone the End

20.9.2021 13:11

Are we really a ‘humanity’? How can we justify calling ourselves a humanity when 70% of us are totally alienated from even the minimal exercise of being when the majority of us are denied any real agency because the world we are living in does not want or require our input, only our custom? (Ailton …

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Laura Wesamaa: au hasard Pegaso

3.8.2021 11:26

i am a constellation and certain stars in the sky. it is said that my hooves hitting the ground give birth to springs that i sprang out of medusa’s neck that i carry lightning bolts for zeus that goddess aurora rides me from time to time or that i helped perseus and once bolted and …

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Iiris Kaarlehto & Inka Kynkäänniemi: Circa 2020

11.6.2021 10:01

In the exhibition, consisting of a video work and sculpture and object installations, Iiris Kaarlehto and Inka Kynkäänniemi use speculative fiction, exaggeration and humour to approach images of future life.

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Inka Bell: Passage

12.11.2020 13:21

The works in the exhibition are multidimensional studies of coloured surfaces clashing and the various ways in which they are organised.

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