The Time Machines and Utopias is an exhibition series showcased in three museums in Tarvaspää, Ainola and Visavuori which explores the museums’ possibilities to operate in our changing society. The exhibition is based on the topical theme of climate change which will force us to re-think our day-to-day choices on food, travel and housing.
The exhibition in Tarvaspää focuses on travel and transport. The artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s (1865–1931) travels across oceans and to virgin forests open new perspectives on the reasons for travel and wanderlust. The exhibition transports the audience from Tyrvää in the 1880s to New Mexico in the 1920s with a visit in Old Rauma and snow-covered Konginkangas.
Exhibition invites us to reflect upon our relationship with travelling, mobility, and the experiences it affords us. The exploration is brought to life through contemporary art and soundscapes.
Contemporary artists: Vilma Määttänen, nabbteeri, Nestori Syrjälä, Markus Tuormaa, Flyin Squirrels Papana & Norkko, and Vidha Saumya & Ali Akbar Mehta.
Curating of the contemporary art Hanna Johansson
Curating of the collections Sandra Lindblom
Tarvaspää dialogies Sini Forssell & Timo Järvensivu
Composing of soundscapes Joona Lukala & Eetu Moisio
Exhibition architecture Alisha Davidow
Project Management Mari Viita-aho
Graphic Design TSTO
The Finnish Cultural Foundation has funded the exhibition project under the Museum Vision grant. Ministry of Education and Culture: special subsidy for artists’ exhibition fees.
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