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'witching hour', a Group Show Curated by Elina Suoyrjö at Titanik, Turku

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The concept ‘witching hour’ relates traditionally to a night-time moment when supernatural forces are afoot and inexplicable things happen. In the exhibition this magical moment, usually situated in the hour between 3am and 4am, is stretched into a time and a place, a platform which carries a potential for transformation and change. What is presented is an occasion, a scene, and a setting, where things may begin to brew.

Individual pieces link to each other, and form together a bigger entity. With small gestures, the pieces encourage the visitor to approach them. In addition, a scent – either an uplifting or a relaxing one – is present daily in the space. It encourages the viewer to pay attention to the knowledge our bodies provide to us, and to attune to the atmosphere of the exhibition space.

Thank you: Frantsila herb farm

28.6.19 — 28.7.19

Gabrielle Le Bayon, Anna Bunting-Branch, Åsa Ersmark, Marie-Andrée Godin, Anni Haunia, Caspar Heinemann & Holly White, Sky Hopinka, Jaakko Pallasvuo & Anni Puolakka, Linda Persson, Ali Prosch, Lucy Stein

Photo by Hertta Kiiski

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