In her installation, Juulia Terho melts language and matter into a whole. The poems painted on silk deal with spaces that seep from partly material people. The poems portray experience from different view points. Whether it is about control in the class room, or the effects that messy home has on the body of the poems’ speaker, the attention attaches to the activeness of the matter and space. The room-like installation can offer the experience of safety, or a lack of space. The locations of the poems entice the experiencer into different positions and movement.
Trace Place can be experienced at Cultural Center Stoa during Stoa’s opening hours. Free entry.