As you might have noticed, the international week is by now in full swing.The Fine Art first years, who have been dealing with lights, cameras and projectors for the whole semester are proud to invite everybody to the screening of their final works, which will be held in Kino auditorium Wednesday the 6th of May at 14.15.
The screening will be preceded by some words from our teacher and head of the Fine Art study path Fanny Niemi-Junkola.
We all had a great semester thanks to our teachers and artists Fanny Niemi-Junkola and Sari Tervaniemi.
Here following the program of the screening:
(Enjoy your life)
A taste of minimal symbolism to meditate on life and its certain end, someday, somehow. A symphony of images melts with a full distortion sound.
There is no time like the present
A young girl stands quietly on the shore of the lake, a place holding many memories. She reflects on her past, slowly coming to the realization that there is no time like the present.
With Eyes Wide Open
The artist, “armed” with a basic compact camera and little jars full of colour, goes around the city transforming out-of-sight, ordinary spots into artworks.
The keen eye sees beauty even in the most unusual places.
You Feel Me?
The buildup of everyday stress is only temporarily containable. The point of emotional outburst is displayed with intense imagery.
“There is something cold and blank behind her smile.” She has the ability to recognize one self, her self. Young, beautiful and all set for life. Even in her perfect world, could it be enough?
Kirje uudelle alulle
(Letter for a new beginning)
All You Can Eat
The fast and curious bugs are always hungry for a pile of oat.
They are hardly caught by us humans, unless a heavenly moment becomes a trap.
(Part 1 of the Motion trilogy)
Velocity is a geometrical rollercoaster. It dives through the abstract movement of time and space. The hypnotic chaos takes the viewer on a surreal journey.
Sometimes you sin, fail, or hurt. A severe acknowledgement is necessary. Pain is a currency in constant inflation. What are the limits to self-improvement?
Ghost structure/Finlayson Holográfia
How does it make one feel, when familiar surroundings change and become something different?
The Snow Maiden
A short story about spring with an inviting voice-over, narrating an extract from the Russian folk tale ‘The Snow Maiden’.
Remember, stay with me
Barely one foot out of the door, she is pulled back to maintain a two dimensional relation. How much space do you give to staged interactions with intangible characters in your everyday life?
The main symptom of a mental disturbance, derealization, is the overwhelming feeling that one’s surroundings are not real. A young man explores the subjective symptoms of experiencing different realities.
Sometimes, too many times, you end up with crap, when trying to create (build) something special.
Stamp Collector (trailer)
A short documentary giving you a peek into the world of stamp collecting. Eero Huitula, an 82 year old retired missionary,elaborates on his methodology; from collecting to washing and finally storing.
Luultavasti jäit junan alle
(You were probably ran over by a train)
Two people go through a short journey together, perhaps visiting their past for the last time.
We are living in the Tinder times. Security is only temporary and you can be replaced instantly. Start to improve yourself to ensure future mating possibilities.
Mikael Seidler (filming)
Andres Nõlvak (music)