Photo Niko Liinamaa & Kiia Beilinson
Group Exhibition Neuroverkkopeitto
The group exhibition Neuroverkkopeitto (Neural network blanket) offers installations, media art & shelter from mobile network in Suomenlinna Ruutikellari
The group exhibition Neuroverkkopeitto (Neural network blanket) offers installations, media art & shelter from mobile network in Suomenlinna Ruutikellari. The exhibition examines the correspondace and phenomena between nature, human & technology. Ruutikellari is an underground space that is offline from mobile communications and offers a so-called "neural network blanket". The name of the exhibition refers to the neural network that us humans have built, that is a form of artificial intelligence that resembles the human brain. It has been excessively used to survey people's consumption patterns and to aid marketing. The walls and the soil on top of the Ruutikellari were protecting human from the destructive force of the gunpowder and now they protect us from data surveillance of the tech giants.
The exhibition consists of multiple installations that invite to spend time in the space and there will also be performances. In the end the space is mostly about practicing empathy and dreaming about new forms of communication. The exhibition is being curated by Niko Liinamaa, an artist living and working in Suomenlinna. The other artists participating are Aino Vähäpesola, Ona Kamu, Taru Mäkitalo, Sophia Mitiku and Ilmari Paananen.
Suomenlinnan Ruutikellari - Suomenlinna Gunpowder Magazine, Suomenlinna B29
22.10. - 7.11.