Tiina Vehkaperä lives Kello, Oulu, where she works as a sculptor within the field of communal art and supervision and has also started working with light and performance art in the recent years. Among other locations, she has had her works on display in the art museums of Oulu, Kemi, Roveniemi and Rauma. She has combined 3D-printing, led-lights and coding with ancient rocks, antique from the 1700s, and contemporary materials varying from rubber toys to garden discoveries. She brings materials together with the modern age and its concepts, and discusses re-occurring phenomena and elements that possibly play part in keeping us alive. Vehkaperä’s art strives towards the understanding of being, dynamics of communication and exploration of humanity. Mass Storage is an environmental artwork dug in to the ground. The piece is interactive and open for anyone to lay down and recharge, download or empty/refill their ‘’mass storage’’. One can become invisible in the landscape and lose time in the embrace of mother earth looking far away. Alone we arrive, and alone we will leave.
Mass Storage at Art Ii Biennial 2020
The artwork will be built in the environmental art park of Ii, and will be open to the public the entire summer from 13 June onwards. Address: Pappilantie 16, 91100 Ii