9 - 14.5.2015
In this architectural experiment, the artist seeks to define the fluid presence of space. The space in question is the physical surrounds of the room, its length and breadth, corners, edges, ins and outs, accentuated by the manipulation of light, both natural and artificial. Filling the role of a light carrier, the emptiness of ventilation pipes attempts to manipulate the capricious material of dispersed sun rays. Here, the exaggerated exposition of the mundane amenities, the vessels of a building, forced to carry the unusual substance, embodies the room between.
WELCOME TO THE OPENING ON MAY 9TH FROM 12:00 - 15:00 HOURS.
The project is open from May 10th to 14th during the following times:
Sunday 10th = 12.00 - 20.00
Monday 11th to Tuesday 12th = 22:00 - 12.00 (Admission by appointment)
Wednesday 13th = 12.00 - 20.00
Thursday 14th = 10.00 - 12.00
Anastasia Artemeva is a Russian-Irish artist currently based in Helsinki, Finland. Artemeva's artistic practice manifests in temporary, ephemeral and process-oriented artistic research, alongside curatorial projects. Her work explores possibilities of space, experienced by an individual or a community, the notions of presence and the invisible. It questions accessibility, transparency and exclusivity affected by the socio–political, cultural and personal restrictions.