Sara Hornig, Noora Isoeskeli, Hertta Kiiski, Kaisa Rautaheimo, Riina Rinne, Noora Sandgren
Dubulti Art Station, 2017, November
With works by six Finnish artists Fluid Matter flows through backyard sceneries to visualizations of the nearly unbearable lightness of being. Margins of the welfare society are made visible by Sara Hornig’s Our Daily Bread, Kaisa Rautaheimo’s Boys and Riina Rinne’s Alone Together who focus on reverse sides of growth and latitudes, permanent need for food aid, confusion, unemployment and distress of boys and men who couldn’t catch nor stay within the speed of success and expectations.
Hertta Kiiski reaches for connection in relation with human and non-human wellbeing with her site specific installation blurring the boundaries between photography, painting, moving image and objects while Noora Isoeskeli questions the gaze, objectivity and their impact on one’s own value systems and Noora Sandgren creates photogenic drawings by exposing light-sensitive paper to effects of outdoor light, closeness of her body and the impacts of nature.