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Time and Space exhibition 2023 vol. 1 & 2

Time and Space exhibition 2023 vol. 1 & 2

Jan

20

Fri

11:00 – 18:00

1–2°C

broken clouds

The exhibition year of Kuva/Tila includes an exhibition time reserved for the use of one of the four subject areas of the Academy of Fine Arts. The subject area in turn decides how to use the exhibition space.

The students and teachers of the Time and Space Arts subject area will participate in the two-part group exhibition.

The first part of the exhibition is from 20 to 29 January 2023, opening on Thursday 19 January from 17:00 to 19:00. The second part is 10.–19.2.2023, opening on Thursday 9.2. from 17:00 to 19:00. Installation break and exhibition closed from 30 January to 9 February.

The subject area of time and space arts provides instruction in site and situation-specific art, moving image and photography. The teaching focuses on various aspects of artistic work, including the conceptual, pictorial, spatial and bodily dimensions of art. Learn more about the studies.

Vol. 1 20.–29.1.

Artists

Elias Castren, Natalie Eliassen, Lotta Hurnanen, Jade Kallio, Ville Karlsson, Kolya Kotov, Onni Kuivalahti, Ville Laurinkoski, Sanna Liljander, Lin Da, Diana Luganski, Jani Luoma, Lauri Lähteenmäki, Kristiina Mäenpää, Jani Ruscica, Tanja Silvestrini, Viktor Sundman, Sauli Tvaltvadze, Salla Tykkä, Olli Valkola, Milja Viita, Eva Volmerson 

Books from the course Publishing as Artistic Practice: Jemiina Halonen, Aleksi Kallioja, Tanja Koljonen, Diana Luganski, Liina Mäki-Patola, Sergei Pavlov, Paula Ruusuranta, Maria Viirros, Sofia Vuorenmaa 

Analog film making course: Lotta Hurnanen, Aleksi Kallioja, Saara Karppinen, Oliver Reuter, Anna Törrönen, Sofia Vuorenmaa, Zhang Rong-Ci Zhang

Exhibition coordinator: Lecturer Tanja Kiiveri

Vol. 2 10.–28.2.

Fri 20 Jan 2023 – 19 Feb 2023 11:00 – 18:00

1–2°C

broken clouds

Address:
Sörnäisten rantatie 19,
Helsinki