/d a t a c e n t r e presents stone circles as ancient data centres: sites for the gathering, processing and distributing knowledge. It is speculated that crushed quartz, found around stone circles, was once connecting people to the moon and stars in neolithic times. Today, silicon made of ultra-pure quartz is known for its semiconducting properties and is the material foundation for our wireless communication infrastructure. Over time and space the function of the mineral remains the same, connecting us through the skies.
Photography, glass, stained glass, security glass, silicon wafers, quarz stones, stones, recycled concrete, plaster, found objects, video installations, antique mirrors, laser.
13.1 — 20.2.2021
SOLU Space, Helsinki
In collaboration with media artist Otso Havanto and curator Yvonne Billimore.

Jälki-kirjoituksia valokuvasta
Essay anthology about photography, S&S, 2022

Photo North group show: On Knowing
Installation views: Veera Uutinen

Utopias Lahti: The Apparatus in the Garden
Installation views: Toivo Heinimäki
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