22.2 - 2.3.2016
Laulu ja tanssi elämälle
toivosta ja tasa-arvoisista mahdollisuuksista.
Olemme yhtä aikaa tuuli
Rytmiä, ääniä ja sanoja tuntemattomista paikoista
Monikasvoisia lentäviä naisia
jotka taistelevat omasta paikastaan maailmankaikkeudessa
A song and a dance for life
we bring the message of peace,
hope and equal opportunities
We are wind,
power and passion
at the same time
Rhythm, voices and words from unknown places
Flying women with many faces
fighting for their place in the universe
Translated by Anne Ketola
Life in this world is always in transition. Within this journey we might come across with others to dialogue, exchange and create a song of common understanding. “Lentäviä Naisia” is an installation that invites oneself to immerse in a world of visual poetry. By means of sculpture and written poetry, the doors of a shared universe are opened.
As crucial part of the exhibition, an on-going paper sculpture workshop will be offered for 4 days. Visitors can join at any time during the hours mentioned below. The artist will facilitate her knowledge as paper sculptor and provide the materials to work with it. Audience is free to visit the installation during the workshops and highly encouraged to participate in the work through added poetry or in the form of paper sculpture, thus contributing to shape the installation.
For more information send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
OPENING: Wednesday 24.2 at 18:00.
WORKSHOPS & OPENING HOURS: Monday 22.2, 18:00 - 20:00.
Friday 26.2, 18:00 - 20:00.
Saturday 27.2, 11:00 - 14:00.
Monday 1.3, 18:00 - 20:00.
CLOSING: Wednesday 2.3 at 18:00.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/979921752101369/
Rosamaría Bolom (Mexico 1977)
"I have lived in Finland since 2009, and have been working and developing art projects using the traditional Mexican paper technique known as Cartoneria to shape my perception of the world and its complexities. I consider that my interest in the close relationship between psychology and art has provided me with the tools to translate the otherness, subjectivity, human relations and symbolic language in the form of visual interventions."