Category Archives: middle of nowhere
“Finland, Manabi no Design” on JDN(Japan Design Net) published on 9.January.2011. The title of the article: The Challenges to connect between the art and the community, and between the artist and the citizns in Rauma, a town of a UNESCO … Continue reading
We had workshop with children during 25-27. January. In the workshop the children made own Sampo with cake lace paper. After the workshop we hung them in a room in the museum´s courtyard, where are set up the black light. Monster, … Continue reading
The title is “Ääretön” in Finish, “Infinity” in English. I made an installation with cake lace paper using whole space, the walls, the ceilings, and the floor. It became my biggest work in recently years. It took almost 10 days to install with … Continue reading
The article about the exhibition “Middle of Nowhere” on Länsi-Suomi(15,Jan.2011). Thank you very much for the feature article and big photo of me…..! Kiitoksia paljon Lansi-Suomi!!
The Battle of Sampo, a story from the Finnish national epic “Kalevala” integrated to Chinese Kung Fu Gerne! Schedule: 27.January.2011 17.00- Place: Rauma Art Museum Charge: free Movie Duration: 104 minutes more info: Jade Warrier-Movie Night at Rauma Art Museum
Workshop: / Looking for Sampo In the Finnish mythology Kalevala, the Sampo was a magical artifact of indeterminate type constructed by Ilmarinen that brought good fortune to its holder. According the story Sampo was smashed and lost at sea. What … Continue reading
Opening party is 14. Janury, 18:00-20:00 You´re welcome, and chill out!