For Myyrmäki Night of the Arts 2015/8/27 / On display from 8/14 until 12/20
Situtated at Myyrmäki, Finland/ in Myyrmanni shopping center
The entire installation was created along with artists Julia Sand, Elina Nissinen, and Iida Nissinen. Every artist worked on their individual walls on each side of the cube.
This part of the installation is: dyed see-through tarp, spray paint on window film/ approx. 350x200cm
About the Idea:
We carried out the installation so that each of us had a side of the cube to work on. Our individual works were connected by the same concept but we all had different approaches to the same theme.
Mine was to transform negative messaging to something empowering. This was opposite to the way I saw things as a teenager living in the district. I chose to base my work on the WWII propaganda poster “Rosie the Riveter” as it is one the most well known anonymous faces in world history and an iconic symbol for female empowerment.