Heini Aho

The Square Elephant, 2017
wood, acrylic resin, furniture, wallpaper, video
159 x 108 x 53 cm

HEINI AHO (b. 1979) combines elements of sculpture, installation and the moving image into works addressing issues of space and perceptions of the environment. In her works, the analytical meets the intuitive, and the material meets the immaterial.

Corner Is a Place Where Two Sides Meet, 2020
mixed media
166 x 166 cm

Touching the Modern Life, 2020
4 K video
9:30 min (excerpt)
edition of 5

The Inner Life of Things, 2019
4K video, stereo
8 min (still)
edition of 5

Fools Time, 2020
motor, glass, sand
size variable

Joy of Being Together, 2016–2017
furniture, cut off corners, video
122 x 290 x 155 cm

Last Thing to Hold Us Down to Earth, 2016
monitor, electic wire, ceramic pot, outdoor lamp, sand, acrylic resin
size variable

Things Seem to Fit Together but Nothing Makes Sense, 2016
wooden objects and furniture, glass bottle, acrylic resin, fabric
118 x 119 x 91 cm

The Square Elephant
9 March – 2 April 2017
exhibition view at Galeri Anhava

Earth Tone, 2016
video, acrylic resin, fabric, bleach, wire netting, metal hook
184 x 120 x 58 cm

textsCVexhibitions