Recent Exhibitions

Finnish Institute
Stockholm, Sweden
18.11. — 17.12.2016

During the dark winter period, a small exhibition took place at the Finnish Institute’s gallery space in Stockholm. The exhibition comprised of photography, video and an installation. Sari Palosaare’s work It’s A Silent Agent Doing Its Thing, 2016 was also exhibited throughout the Finnish Institute’s building. This piece featured stones with a soundless agent within. This agent created small stone explosions over the course of the exhibition.


Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir & Ólafur Kolbeinn Guðmundsson’s WEATHER EXPERIENCE explores Icelandic weather.

Marja Helander’s SILENCE explores the contradiction between nature and industrial areas and features photographs of a Sámi region in Northern Scandinavia and in the Kola Peninsula in Russia.

Lise Bjørne Linnert’s 65.299 KNOTS – A PAIN REGISTRY is an installation based on the experience of pain.

Nina Backmans’s AINO video work from 2015.

Sari Palosaari’s IT´S A SILENT AGENT DOING ITS THING makes use of a soundless cracking agent, an expansive mortar without noise or vibration that was developed for splitting rock and concrete in densely built urban areas.

Photography by Janne Riikonen.

Recent exhibitions