exoskeleton

 

 

Exoskeleton / tm•gallery / Helsinki
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Exoskeleton / tm•gallery / Helsinki
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Exoskeleton / tm•gallery / Helsinki
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Exoskeleton / tm•gallery / Helsinki
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Tidal Shell / 150 x 130 cm / oil on canvas / 2019
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Veins / 150 x 130 cm / oil on canvas / 2019
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Carapace / 110 x 95 cm / oil on canvas / 2019
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Caro Mundi / 175 x 145 cm / oil on canvas / 2019
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Crystallization Point / ø 90 cm / oil on board / 2019 hennajula_crustallizationpoint_web

 

 

 

The Deepest Layer / ø 90 cm / oil on board / 2019
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Cycle / ø 110 cm / oil on board / 2019
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Pollinator / ø 90 cm / oil on board / 2019
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Bones of the sea / ø 90 cm / oil on board / 2019
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Bones of the sea / ø 90 cm / oil on board / 2019

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16.1.–2.2.2020 / Exoskeleton / tm•galleriy / Helsinki

Insect shell, flesh of a plant, bones of the sea, foreign and organic bodies. Spiraling petal, bivalves, rock coral, strange creature in the depths. Our bodies are interconnected. Veins of a leaf spread out, a heart of a fly pumps fluid into a pair of insect wings, a nervous system branches into hyphae and a river into small streams, hot magma bursts into droplets. A heating globe turns around its axis. The processes take a second or thousands of years.