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Sini pelkki
Sheet N°4
Film expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 12'0'' | Finlande | 2018
Sheet No4 examines the outlines and borders of a photograph -and a human being. How to look, how to see, how to move. Using repetition and reinterpretation to both construct and deconstruct the image and its boundaries. A Conflict between outlines and content. One of the starting points of the work was the dialogue between Pelkki and the four multidisciplinary artists, whom she invited to collaborate; Emma Hammarén, Magnús Logi Kristinsson, Johan Jonason and Keiko Yamamoto. The interaction and diverse interpretations embodied in those exchanges becomes the core of Sheet No4. The name of the work refers to a contact sheet, a proposal for a photograph, where all the options are there with possible re-framing and remarks.
Sini Pelkki (b. 1978 Helsinki) works with photography and moving image. She is interested in the subjectivity of seeing, introspective lives of spaces within spaces. In her works landscapes, figures and objects turn into layered narratives that lead to various paths and ambiguous readings. Recent years her work has been going towards different kind of collaborations. Her first work in book form Arranged Lines was released in 2018. Sini Pelkki (b. 1978 Helsinki) works with photography and moving image. She is interested in the subjectivity of seeing, introspective lives of spaces within spaces. In her works landscapes, figures and objects turn into layered narratives that lead to various paths and ambiguous readings. Recent years her work has been going towards different kind of collaborations. Her first work in book form Arranged Lines was released in 2018. Pelkki gained her Bachelor degree in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (UK) in 2002 and MA from the Academy of Fine Arts Helsinki in 2008. Her works have been shown in exhibitions and film festivals internationally.