Strange Walls screening success in Berlin

By Minna Suoniemi
Strange Walls –screening in The Finnish Institute in Berlin was very successful last Thursday. There was a full house and The screening was picked out in Die Tageszeitung.

In discussion interpreter Lauri Peltonen,intern at the institute,
student Elina Ylhäisi, senior lecturer in fine art Minna Suoniemi,
student Hinni Hiltunen and Mikko Keskiivari, graduate in 2011,
came to the screening from Vienna. 

The evening began with speeches of The Director of the Institute, Anna–Maija Mertens and our senior lecturer in fine arts Minna Suoniemi. Both were very pleased with the collaboration and talked about the importance of cultural exchange. After the screening followed an active discussion about the work.

The project will continue next fall with the second screening, and also before that, as Strange Walls has raised interest in other co-operators in German-speaking Europe. The project will be joined in Finnland .Cool website, which is a satellite project of the Frankfurt Book Fair 2014. Finland as the guest of honour in the Book Fair, there will be a buzz in the cultural field in Europe, with emphasis Finland.
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