Documentation: “No Man’s Land” by Baran Çağinli

Documentation of: “No Man’s Land” by Baran Çağinli

On August 28, Baran Çağinli exhibited his latest work, “No Man’s Land” at Suomi101, at the Vantaan Taidemuseo Artsi. In parallel with the exhibition, and as part of Perpetuum Mobile’s (PM) project PLURIversity, Çağinli  also prepared the workshop “The Cities Beneath Our Feet”. The workshop was dedicated to think about everyday life, and imagining and practicing ways of living together in Helsinki through sculpture.

No Man’s Land, Baran Çağinli

No Man’s Land, Baran Çağinli

No Man’s Land, Baran Çağinli

No Man’s Land, Baran Çağinli

 

No Man’s Land, Baran Çağinli

Photos from the Opening

 

AR-Resident Tito Valery; Merja Sundstrom, Head of Public Relations of Prime Minister’s Office; Jani Leinonen, Suomi 101 curator; Ivor Stodolsky, Perpetuum Mobile co-founder.

AR-Resident Tito Valery; Merja Sundstrom, Head of Public Relations of Prime Minister’s Office; Ivor Stodolsky and Marita Muukkonen, Perpetuum Mobile co-founders.


Co-produced by Artsi, Vantaa Art Museum and Perpetuum Mobilε
Funded by the Saastamoinen Foundation, the Kone Foundation, Artsi and the Cultural Department of the City of Helsinki

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