Upcoming events for the fall 2021 and spring 2022 include the film The Other Side of Mars beeing screened as part of the AISTIT /coming to our senses exhibition and PØLAR Film Festival at the Institut Finlandais in Paris, in May if the local Covid -19 situation allows.

The Photons of Mars installation will be shown as part of the AISTIT / coming to our senses group exhibition in Helsinki Kunsthalle in August, 2021, curated by Satu Herrala and Hans Rosenström.

On October the 26th The Other Side of Mars will be screened in Paris as part of the “Journée d’Etude” on the topic of “Which Bodie(s) in and for Space”, organized by Annick Bureaud and Manuela De Barros.

In November the Photons of Mars installation will also be shown at CyFest-13, at the Stieglitz State Academy in St Petersburg, as part of the program MARS: Facts and Fiction curated by Nina Czegledy and Lydia Griaznova.

The installation To Melt will be shown as part of the group exhibition “together, noting”, at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, MMOMA 28.11.2021 – 31.1.2022. The exhibition is curated by Margarita Osepyan.

The short documentary Photosphere was selected for the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2022, at Kunsthalle Charlottenborg in Copenhagen. The works for the exhibition were chosen by an international jury, which this year consisted of the artist duo Hesselholdt & Mejlvang, artist David Risley, architect Peter Bertram, textile artist Grethe Wittrock and artist Sophie Suaning.

In March 2022 the film installation Photosphere will be shown at Gallery Fikka at Porvoo Kunsthalle, invited by artist Milja Viita who is part of the gallery curatorial team .