You can do it! What if I can't?
We learn to perform things as soon as we become conscious of our own action, in worst case being a stranger to our own will. This sculpture is a detail of my sculptural installation On the way to somewhere which was my final work at TAMK in 2016.
So on the way to somewhere, it's ok to stumble, I think.
Peacock is a symbol for eternal life in early christian art, found for example in catacombs. I don't know if I could really find a peacock feather in snow somewhere, if a peacock could live somewhere in mountain areas. But I like that idea: to find something surprising in an unexpected place.
found object, installation in Sím Gallery Reykjavík. 2017.
blessed are the meek. 400 x 200 x 30 cm. reclaimed wood. 2017
exhibiton in gallery koppelo, tampere
reclaimed wood. 90×25 cm. 2017
reclaimed wood. 100x35 cm. 2016.