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Punainen ja Koivut (Red and Birch Trees)

Installation in a birch forest, Saari Residence, Finland, 2012

300m wood slats, paint

The work can be seen as a threedimensional drawing.
The work consists of a group of architectonical elements built out of red slats that are loosely placed between the trees of a little birch forest. The spheres of the art work and the trees correspond to each other.
The ensemble of the red fragments is not defining a logical built or closed space but appears as clusters of volume that are gliding diagonallly through the the forest and opening the space.
Depending from the perspective the lines connect or disconnect and are irritating the awareness of the space itself.