ENTRANCE
Kristina Sedlerova Villanen


Solo Exhibition
26.05 – 12.06

The artist Kristina Sedlerova Villanen refers to the architectural heritage of Kunsthal Extra City's chapel by creating a site specific installation. The neo-archeological grounds will be infused with remnants of earthly materials, leftovers, and traces of human consumption. Sedlerova Villanen’s bodily impulsive gestures become incorporated in the space, where loops of time make the past overlap with the future. The artist questions the position of humans in situations of suspension by intuitive means and searches for a common language of communication.

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen (°1987)  works with geological sediments, human made degradable physical matter, immaterial sources and language deposits. She is interested in the inconsistency of human nature, it's attraction towards building unequal systems and the need to believe in those. Her previous works can be described as emotionally loaded transitions in perishable matter.

Curated by
Natalia Barczyńska, Amanda Hakoköngäs

Graphic Design
Bodies of Work

The exhibition is supported by Frame Contemporary Art Finland and Sale di Sicilia.

26.05 – 12.06

ENTRANCE
Kristina Sedlerova Villanen


Solo Exhibition

The artist Kristina Sedlerova Villanen refers to the architectural heritage of Kunsthal Extra City's chapel by creating a site specific installation. The neo-archeological grounds will be infused with remnants of earthly materials, leftovers, and traces of human consumption. Sedlerova Villanen’s bodily impulsive gestures become incorporated in the space, where loops of time make the past overlap with the future. The artist questions the position of humans in situations of suspension by intuitive means and searches for a common language of communication.

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen (°1987)  works with geological sediments, human made degradable physical matter, immaterial sources and language deposits. She is interested in the inconsistency of human nature, it's attraction towards building unequal systems and the need to believe in those. Her previous works can be described as emotionally loaded transitions in perishable matter.

Curated by
Natalia Barczyńska, Amanda Hakoköngäs

Graphic Design
Bodies of Work

The exhibition is supported by Frame Contemporary Art Finland and Sale di Sicilia.