L I I T O S – Luonto uudessa tarkastelussa

S P L I C E  – Re- examining Nature

– 20.5.-12.11.2017 Oulun Taidemuseo / Oulur Art Museum

The SPLICE exhibition produced by the Finnish Bioart Society and the Oulu Museum of Art focuses its gaze on our relationship with nature, including diverse approaches towards the transforming environment. Canadian curator Nina Czegledy and the Finnish Bioart Society compile a review of relevant ideas approaching it from a cross-disciplinary viewpoint. The exhibition presents a showcase of contemporary artistic perspectives with the aim to unfold a new understanding of our changing environment. The theme is expanded by thematically linked discussions, presentations and workshops.

The following artists’s works are included in the exhibition: Lauri Anttila (FIN), Risto-Pekka Blom (FIN), Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg (GBR) & Sacha Pohflepp (GER), Antye Greie  (GER), Ilkka Halso (FIN), Kalle Hamm (FIN), Pekka & Teija Isorättyä  (FIN), Tellervo Kalleinen & Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen (FIN), Antero Kare (FIN), Olga Kisseleva (RUS), Carolin Koss (FIN/GER), Mia Makela (FIN), Agnes Meyer Brandis (GER), Tuula Närhinen (FIN), Kira O’Reilly (IRE), Anu Osva (FIN), Johanna Rotko (FIN), Tibor Szemzo (HUN), Leena Valkeapää (FIN), Jana Winderen (N).

Kaleva newspaper on  Splice/Liitos exhibition:



In 2015  I joined tee Arctic Ark multidisciplinary team to work with it as an artist.  The Arctic Ark project studies animals’ adaptation to the Arctic as a complex human-environmental process.

 Arctic Ark ABSTRACT    ENG, FI
Arctic Ark POSTER  authors: Juha Kantanen and Florian Stammler
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Pohjoisnapa -installaatio, Anu Osva, 2015  Vanha jääkarhulinna Korkeasaari, Grey Cube Galleriat  

North Pole Installation, Anu Osva, 2015, Old Polar Bear Castle, Korkeasaari Zoo, Grey Cube Galleries




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