On Saturday, I had the pleasure of concluding my three-month residency with RaumArs in Rauma (Finland) with a vernissage at the Taide Rauma Gallery. The event was a beautiful experience, and I am grateful for the opportunity to showcase my new exhibition Man and Nature.
The exhibition features a collection of photographs where I used unobtrusive observation techniques to capture the behavior of both people and animals. The similarities are striking, and the resulting artwork on display is a testament to the connection between us and the animal kingdom.
I will be leaving Rauma at the end of this week. However, the exhibition has no fixed end date, so if you're in the area, I encourage you to visit and explore the artwork at your own pace. I also want to clarify (as I've already got some criticism about it) that when I say "Man" in the exhibition title, I refer to humanity as a whole and not just the male gender. My intention is to create a welcoming space for everyone, and I'm happy to share that half my people photos feature women.
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Thank you for your interest in my exhibition, and I hope you have the opportunity to experience Man and Nature firsthand.