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Study tours 2017 Switzerland (guest atelier, Open Spaces, Feutersoey) 2016 Italy (residence, Wassard Elea, Ascea) 2015 Indonesia (residence in Lodtunduh, Bali) 2014 Senegal (residence, Waaw, Saint-Louis) 2013 Germany (residence of Arts Council of Pirkanmaa in Berlin) 2012 Tasmania (The Launceston City Council's Artist in Residence Program) 2012 Scotland (residence of Arts Council of Häme in Edinburgh) 2011 Australia (guest atelier, Vancouver Arts Centre, Albany, WA) 2010 Australia (guest atelier, Artsource, Fremantle, WA) 2008 Iceland (residence, Nes, Skagaströnd) 2008 Spain (residence of Arts Council of Southeast Finland in Barcelona) 2007 Iceland (residence, Skriduklaustur) 2007 Australia (guest atelier, Bundanon Trust, North Nowra, NSW) 2006 Czech Republic (residence of Arts Council of Helsinki Metropolitan Region in Prague) 2005 Austria (residence, Galerie Stadtpark TOP 24, Krems) 2004 Germany (residence of Arts Council of Helsinki Metropolitan Region in Berlin) 2003 the Netherlands (guest atelier, Stichting B.a.d, Rotterdam) 2001 Spain (guest atelier, Fundación Valparaíso, Mojácar) 1999 Portugal (guest atelier, Palácio dos Coruchéus, Lisbon) 1999 Sweden (visiting grant of Finnish-Swedish culture fund, Stockholm) 1996 Greenland (guest atelier, NIFCA, Qaqortoq) 1994 Denmark (guest atelier, Kulturfabrikken, Copenhagen) 1992 Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru 1991 India (cultural exchange, CIMO) 1987 USA 1986 Portugal (IAESTE) 1985 Poland (co-operation, University of Arts and Design in Helsinki - Krakow Art Academy)




Switzerland

I had great possibility to spend Autumn 2017 in Open Spaces residence in Swiss countryside.



View from studio was the same as in bedroom upstairs, but everyday different.


Works of art were shown in FeuterShow exhibition. You find more info of it here.




During the FeuterShow exhibition I had still time to create.
I was enchanted with local stones, which had white stripe.
I made infinity symbol with these stones in fountain next to entrance.
There cold water is running forever.
Not an eternal fire, but Immerwasser (Waternity).

Erki made a short video of it. You can see it here.