As a sculptor, I have long been working with the topic of composition. What interests me in the topic lies in the symbolism of objects. Fusing the value judgements attached to different objects creates a type of visual play that brings new and even unexpected subjects, levels of interpretation and atmospheres into a given situation.
From a sculptor's perspective, spatiality is a physical experience. Sensing a work of art within a space, standing by or in the middle of it, forms an essential part of my work. I use any material that is available to me and supports the idea of the specific work of art. The ideas for my works arise from my environment. They can be political or poetic – pretty much anything from the rational and irrational spheres of life.
Lecturer of Sculpture
Sä olet mun Botox, H194, W113, D23 cm, ceramic, paper, metal, wood, string, 2014-2015.
Itkevät ruukut, height 114 cm, ceramic, leather, steel, wood, water, 2016
Kala kuivalla maalla, H180, W110, D22 cm, wood, paper, tin of tuna, steel, string, 2014
Light Barricade, variable dimensions, wood, glass, metal, light, 2013-14
Rekonstruktio omenapuutarhasta, variable dimensions, apple tree, birch, leather, steel, concrete, 2013