Monthly Archives: September 2008

Gated communities as artwork

Juan Kasari is a Finnish artist who uses modern clichés in his work. There are usually certain aspects in his art expressed through various art mediums.     Gated communities, seen as a trend in many countries by conceptual artist … Continue reading

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Artists’ Haunts

Dessert like art in Elite Restaurant Elite, Kosmos and Ateljé Finne, known as artists’ haunts, have a tradition as places for artists and people who want to enjoy good food in an artsy atmosphere. The story of Elite begins in … Continue reading

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In search for new talents

Marja Pyykkö´s film project won second prize in the Nordic Talents pitching competition for graduating Nordic film students. The event was held in Copenhagen on 4 to 6 September. The prize winning film If I Stay It Will Be Double … Continue reading

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A swim into the waters of the real and unreal

Shifting View consists of video, drawings and photography. The works are based on documentary material, observations and stories which have contributed to the developement of ideas. LISA STÅLSPETS (Sweden) is a visual artist at the HIAP-Helsinki International Artists-in-residence Programme. Her … Continue reading

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Protected: The Employment of Literary Categories (genre, tropes, narrative, plot, point of view, etc. in the Production of Philosophical Texts

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Protected: The Genres of Philosophical Writing

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Lonely Soul

Oh lonely soul! Will you find a warm heart to make it your home? A safe place to rest, caressing the heart you love? Where tears disappear, a sweet calm is near. Will you find your home, a kind heart … Continue reading

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