Disappearing Nature


Group exhibition
Disappearing Nature
Galleries 10-11
06.06.20 20.09.20

The exhibition is a collaboration between Icelandic and Finnish artists, showing felted works made out of wool. They started working together in 2017 by installing the exhibition Northern Landscape in Jmsa, Finland, on the occasion of the centenary of the countrys independence.

The theme of this exhibition is the effect of climate change. Landscape disappears and changes. Nature has already changed and we dont know what lies ahead for future generations regarding these matters.

Participants: Anna ra Karlsdttir, Gerur Gumundsdttir, Hanna Ptursdttir, Heidi Strand, Olga Bergljt orleifsdttir, Sigrur lafsdttir, Sigrur Elfa Sigurardttir, Aaltio Leena, Anne-Mari Ohra-aho, Eeva Piesala, Elina Saari, Kikka Jelisejeff. Leena Sipil, Mari Hmlinen, Mari Jalava, Marika Halme, Marjo Ritamki. Rea Pelto-Uotila, Rutsuko Sakata, Sirpa Mntyl, Tiina Mikkel og Tupu Mentu. Curator: Anna Gunnarsdttir.