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Saimaa University of Applied Sciences. BA Degree Show 2018

Exhibition  /  SchoolsDegreeShow2018  /  21 Apr 2018  -  26 May 2018
 
Published: 21.06.2018
Kalle Heikkilä. Body piece: Unself-portrait, 2018. Textile, wood, aluminium, copper, plastic, bone, leather, paint, thread, wire, etc.. 80 x 80 x 120 cm. In my thesis, I address the theme of personal identity, its fragility and transformations, the theme of being lost and endless journey of self-discovery. Unself-portrait formed into a wearable chaos and a huge piece of jewelry that covers the whole human body. It is an intuitively constructed experimental collage of little bit of everything.. Kalle Heikkilä
Body piece: Unself-portrait, 2018
Textile, wood, aluminium, copper, plastic, bone, leather, paint, thread, wire, etc.
80 x 80 x 120 cm
In my thesis, I address the theme of personal identity, its fragility and transformations, the theme of being lost and endless journey of self-discovery. Unself-portrait formed into a wearable chaos and a huge piece of jewelry that covers the whole human body. It is an intuitively constructed experimental collage of little bit of everything.

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Intro
Muu, mikä? is a graduate exhibition of Fine Art’s BA students from the Saimaa University of Applied Sciences. Each year the graduates make an exhibition in collaboration with the Imatra’s Art museum where the exhibition takes its place. The thesis works consists of two parts: a written study which enhances the art works that are presented in the exhibition.