New exhibition at Forum Marinum explores our relationship to the sea - a dialogue between art and science
In spring 2021, Turku Art Museum will fill up with the intense colourism and visionary expression that lie at the heart of the work of artist Sigrid Schauman (1877–1979).
Uncertain Horizon exhibition observes the changing sea around us.
Hertta Kiiski’s Primeval Soup imagines an alternative past or future in which life forms of the planet mingle into each other in harmony.
Elli Vuorinen’s stop motion animation Still Lives (2019) explores such busy stillness by making museum artefacts adapt to modern challenges.
Marine nature is a part of the national landscape of Finland, but what is this landscape like under the surface?
“The pyramid harnesses healing energy from its tip, while its four faces retell vital stories of feminine-masculine alignments.”
The exhibition evokes the old thought about the frivolity and trancience of all things beautiful and abundant, bringing it to the present day through history.