Hermanni Keko & Joonas Siren
19 - 27.1.2018
They are coming. Inhabiting your email, crawling inside your browser. Watching, listening. All eyes on you. Can you feel them? Soon they are walking, in your garden, eating your carrots. I'm the prepper, searching for organic with my ultraviolet light. This is my home. Here I eat my cereals.
Opening on Thursday 18.1.18, 18-20
Notice: we will be in the near-by Brew Dog bar
Open daily 19 - 27.1.2018 @ 16 - 22
Only visible from the street - no entrance.
Hermanni Keko & Joonas Siren started to work with joint-installations in 2015. Their first project was an exhibition called Pyhäinjäännös (Residue of Sacred) at art chapel Betesda, July 2015. The second version of Residue of Sacred was exhibited in Oksasenkatu11 gallery in March 2016.
In their work Keko and Siren focus mostly on the relationship between technology and humanity. With their sound and light orientated installations Keko and Siren usually begin from notions of actual world but tend to move towards parallel timelines consisting of utopian and dystopian elements. Often their work leaves the sense of openness rather than an answer to specific question.