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Nikita Khodak

Weakly Linked Data 

7 August – 14 September 2019 

The technological revolution hasn’t just changed the course of history but it has been increasingly impacting all aspects of our daily lives. It has affected the way we construct our societies, modified the way we learn, shop and interact with one and other. New technological inventions have been continuously re-shaping our choices and values. So how far is the human race willing to go before it also completely changes the fundamental question of our existence, what does it mean to be a human?

Helsinginkatu Art Street

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Lively Helsinginkatu is a street full of history, culture and now also electricity box art. Colorful electricity boxes spread all way from the Opera House to the Sörnäinen metro station and some bigger street art pieces can be found on the way.

Kallio – Milu Correch

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After finishing the mural in Kannelmäki and continuing her journey towards southern Europe, the argentinian Milu Correch painted another piece in Helsinki. An apartment building in Kallio had requested their wall in the inner courtyard to be painted, and the shape of the wall inspired the artist to create a very special composition.

Pasila station – Sabek

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The old railway station of Pasila in Helsinki has been the center of a lot of changes over the past year. In May 2017, just before the station will be demolished, it was that one more time when a Spanish street artist Sabek painted a large mural on the southside roof of the station.

Tripla Construction Hoarding

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A construction site affects how the area around it looks for years. But it also gives us an opportunity to create some temporary art and leave a mark on the urban space. And so we created art on the construction hoarding of the construction site of the mall of Tripla and the Pasila station, to brighten up the daily route of thousands of people.

People

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Helsinki Urban Art is formed by a group of professionals in visual arts, community arts and urban activism. Involving the communities and respecting the special characteristics of the places is important to us: we want the art that we create to really work in its environment and to suit the needs of the locals. We have a lot of experience in producing large murals, different sized street art pieces as well as coordinating large participatory art projects and different urban events.

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