Forum Box’s Spring 2024 Exhibition Program

Forum Box’s Spring 2024 exhibition program has been published! More detailed exhibition-specific information will be updated on our website during the spring.

Riikka Anttonen, Petri Kaverma, Kasper Muttonen
Mediabox: Risto-Pekka Blom

Riikka Aihinen, Ewa Górzna & Katarzyna Miron, Sara Pathirane
Mediabox: Kati Roover

Adel Abidin
Mediabox: Nastja Säde Rönkkö

Tarmo Paunu
Mediabox: Antti Tanttu

Taneli Rautiainen
Mediabox: David Muth



Riikka Anttonen | 5.–28.1.2024

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Petri Kaverma | 5.–28.1.2024

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Kasper Muttonen | 5.–28.1.2024

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Riikka Aihinen | 2.–25.2.2024

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Ewa Górzna & Katarzyna Miron | 2.–25.2.2024

Ewa Górzna and Katarzyna Miron are visual artists working together in the field of moving image. In their artistic practice they are interested in human relationship with nature and our coexistence with other species. Their artistic methodology balances on the border between observatory documentary and fiction, exploring various forms of visual and sound narratives. Both artists hold Master of Fine Arts degree from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts. Their films and installations have been shown at various exhibitions in Finland and abroad and screened on numerous international film and video festivals. Currently they live and work in Helsinki.


Sara Pathirane | 2.–25.2.2024

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Adel Abidin | 1.–24.3.2024

Adel Abidin (b. 1973)  was born in Baghdad and currently resides between Helsinki and Amman. He received a B.A. in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Baghdad (2000) and an M.F.A from the Academy of Fine Arts in Time and Space Art in Helsinki (2005). He works with various media such as videos, video installations, multi media sculptures and sound based installations and photography to explore the issues of the contemporary world that we are living in. His main point of departure is always linked to his intention to explore the complex relationship between visual art and politics & identity. Using a sharp palette of irony and humour he finds himself gravitating towards different social situations dealing with elusive experiences and cultural alienation.

Since his representation of Finland at the Nordic Pavilion in the 52nd Venice Biennale (2007), his work has been the subject of major exhibitions worldwide. Abidin’s work continues to be well represented in both private and public collections.



Tarmo Paunu | 30.3.–21.4.2024

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Taneli Rautiainen | 24.4.–19.5.2024

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