Vesa-Pekka Rannikko’s exhibition Limbo at Photographic Gallery Hippolyte opened on Friday 31 May.
Vesa-Pekka Rannikko’s two artworks at the Photographic Gallery Hippolyte are based on intermediate states of uncertainty, isolation, and endless expectations. Both the video installation Limbo, built in the gallery space, and the animated drawing Multi-faith Prayer Room, projected on the gallery wall, are associative, party-personal peregrinations—mixing artificial structures of culture with nature-related imagery. The works outline the boundary that emerges when a constructed fictional reality meets an aspiration for an authentic experience.
The exhibition is on view until 28 June.