Symbiotic Pathways

Julia Lohmann, Elise Piquemal

Research output: Artistic and non-textual formExhibitionArt in coproductionpeer-review


The exhibition Symbiotic Pathways is thus Hanaholmen´s contribution to this current, and above all important, discussion and development. The exhibition presents works by Julia Lohmann, Teemu Lehmusruusu and Åsa Cederqvist. The artists have explored the multifaceted and complex interaction between nature, science and art in different ways and by using different techniques. The works in the exhibition draw our attention to how technology and research can help us broaden our understanding of our surroundings and what is happening around us. For example, by highlighting climate issues, the diversity of nature, alternative materials or the capacities and possibilities of artificial intelligence. Each work delves into a specific phenomenon and opens the door to the stories and questions that the artists encourage us to contemplate, explore and experience.

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHanaholmen
PublisherHanasaaren ruotsalais-suomalainen kulttuurikeskus
Publication statusPublished - 13 Oct 2022
MoE publication typeF2 Partial implementation of a work of art or performance
EventSymbiotic Pathways - Hanaholmen Cultural Centre, Hanaholmen, Finland
Duration: 13 Oct 202219 Feb 2023

Field of art

  • Contemporary art
  • Design


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