The works by the French artist Noémie Goudal (born 1984) play tricks on perception and make the viewer doubt their own senses. Where are the boundaries between the imagined, the natural and the human-made?
Erica Nyholm’s works deal with family relationships, often between mothers, daughters and siblings. They explore the family dynamic from a woman’s perspective. In her works, families appear as units that run according to their own rules, in which we grow into individuals, mirroring ourselves off the other family members.
Each winter, the sky in Rome is the stage for mesmerizing murmurations of millions of starling birds. Swirling and ever shape-shifting liquid-like clouds are formed by a myriad of tiny black dots, moving like one single being. AUSPICIA is a work about the impossibility of control and man's futile and unremitting attempts at exerting it.
How did the civil war look like for a young female photographer in Helsinki in 1918? Tyyne Böök had a popular photographic studio in a worker’s district to the north of the Pitkäsilta bridge. Elsa Sillman was a medical student and an amateur photographer. When the war erupted, both women grabbed their cameras.