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26.11. flat 70 Culture Club presents: ‘Perceive sea, dunes, mountains in move’ tour and screening of After We’re Gone by Ima Iduozee

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13.10.-3.12. Perceive sea, dunes, mountains in move exhibition at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning
13.10.-3.12. Perceive sea, dunes, mountains in move exhibition at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning Perceive sea, dunes, mountains in move, is a group exhibition featuring the works of seven artists who work across installation, sculpture, sound and film. The works of Ama Essel, Sasha Huber, Ima Iduozee, Liisa-Irmelen Liwata, Mikki Noroila, Man Yau and Haliz Yosef traverse across diasporic experiences, narratives, emotions, place-making, commonality, and belonging. Employing various conceptual starting points and an array of materials and techniques, the group exhibition makes tangible the manners in which visual artists analyse and embody their local, national, and global identities.  
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18.11.2023-25.2.2024 Hanna Tuulikki’s work ‘Under Forest Cover’ at City Art Centre in Edinburgh
18.11.2023-25.2.2024 Hanna Tuulikki’s work ‘Under Forest Cover’ at City Art Centre in Edinburgh 'Deep Rooted' group exhibition at City Arts Centre in Edinburgh features artist Hanna Tuulikki's work.
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28.10.2023-21.4.2024 ‘Self-Determination: A Global Perspective’ exhibition at IMMA features Minna Henriksson’s work
28.10.2023-21.4.2024 ‘Self-Determination: A Global Perspective’ exhibition at IMMA features Minna Henriksson’s work This Autumn, IMMA presents a major museum wide exhibition, Self-Determination: A Global Perspective. The culmination of a three-year research project, this exhibition focuses on the new nation-states that emerged in the wake of the First World War, exploring the role of art and artists in relation to the expression of national identities, nation-building, and statecraft. The exhibition features the work of Finnish artist Minna Henriksson.
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