Enni Suominen,
6.5. - 24.5.2015


Enni Suominen

Galleria Huuto Uudenmaankatu

6 – 24 May 2015

Galleria Huuto Uudenmaankatu is open normally 12–17 on Ascension day 14.5. Welcome!

A memory trace, a dent, wear, a stain, a fingerprint, an achievement, a coincidence or a planned action?

Some surfaces you just want to touch lightly, while others you want to scratch, rub, fade or handwash.

Come aboard an exploration!

For the Huuto gallery space on Uudenmaankatu, painter Enni Suominen will build an installation from objects that were created in every corner as well as the center of her studio. Individual items will form a larger entity, allowing the viewer to reflect on whether the end result is a consistent landscape, a map, a thought continuum, an absurd mess or perhaps something else.

Enni Suominen (b. 1982) graduated from the Free Art School in 2012. Her works are diverse paintings and drawings which also appear as sculptural elements and installations. Suominen works with a variety of surfaces and experiments with many different materials. Sometimes she works with more traditional painting surfaces, while other times she uses different objects. Just like an oil painting is wiped away and the marks disappear when in contact with a cloth soaked in turpentine, she may explore what appears when an ink painting becomes the victim of sandpaper or when a pile of books is placed under running water.

Meet the artist on sunday 17.5.2015 from 12.30pm until 15.30pm

Aftergrass, backwash, addition. How are these relevant to the exhibition of Enni Suominen called 1+1+1=AFTERMATH?

Which piece was found in the woods, forgotten into a plastic bag and climbed on to the gallery wall? Is there diamonds on the windowsill? Is there a scent of fresh paint in the room? Which artpiece was completed last?

Welcome to ask the artist about anything you want!

At Huuto Uudenmaankatu you can find objects born in artists studio, sometimes surprising their maker herself.

Enni Suominen invites exhibition visitors along with her on voyage of dicovery also to discuss, what kind of impression one can get from the exhibition as a whole.

Coffee offered at the event.

Further information:
Enni Suominen
ennisuominen (at) gmail.com