Systems exhibition:
Meet the artist

27.9.2023 | 18:00–19:30 | Vapaa pääsy | In English

Join us for an exciting evening with over 10 international artists from the SYSTEMS exhibition (opening at Vantaa Art Museum Artsi) showcasing artworks created at the European Media Art Platform – EMAP residencies as well as those by M-Cult’s local collaborators.

The event will consist of introduction to the exhibition, short presentations by the artists and Q&A with the audience, with drinks and mingle. This will offer a taste of what you can experience at the SYSTEMS exhibition, opening on 28th of September.

SYSTEMS Exhibition at Vantaa Art Museum ARTSI, Finland 
September 29 – December 3, 2023
Opening 28.9, 2023 17:00–19:00

The artists in the exhibition:
 Annelie Berner in collaboration with Monika Seyfried; Nicolas Gourault; Dasha Ilina in collaboration with Supisara Burapachaisri; Institute of Care (Vienne Chan, Tuukka Haapakorpi, Kaisa Karvinen and Tommi Vasko); Charlotte Jarvis in collaboration with Patricia Saragüeta; So Kanno in collaboration with Takemi Watanuki and Akihiro Kato; Sophea Lerner; Sasha Litvintseva & Beny Wagner; Anna Pompermaier & Cenk Güzelis in collaboration with Valdemar Danry; RYBN.org; Caroline Sinders & Trammell Hudson; T(n)C (Agnes Varnai & Tina Kult); Total Refusal (Susanna Flock, Adrian Haim, Jona Kleinlein, Robin Klengel, Leonhard Müllner and Michael Stumpf) and Sheung Yiu.

Digital technologies, the global economy and climate change can be viewed as systems of different actors and their interactions. System thinking makes it possible to structure a complex reality. By creating models of phenomena, systems also produce methods to change reality.

The artists in the exhibition want to reconfigure the world by deconstructing and reimagining the systems of the environment, society, technology and economy. The works offer glimpses of the present and possible futures through artistic research and digital media.

The exhibition is curated by Minna Tarkka and Heidi Tikka. It is produced by M-Cult in context of EMAP and realized in cooperation with Vantaa Art Museum ARTSI.