Window In-between (2010-2018) is a photo essay to be shown in video format (63 min.) and collection of photograph works hanged on walls. The works visualize the relation between human and urban environment – and the human relation to the self – through a dialogue between inside and outside spaces. Existential identity contemplation and perception are present. The photo essay in video format is divided in four parts based on seasons. The narrative and autobiographical entity of photos, texts, and sounds are wandering and drifting in different directions as they will. The mind is an ever-changing window where the breeze blows both in and out. There is a glass-like surface between the inside and outside world, searching for its true form. All the photographs of the whole are taken in Helsinki city.
Paperipeili (2016) is debut book which has selfknowledge and social dynamics as main themes. It touch on and unites various subthemes such as globalization, seasons, climate change, light, darkness, religion, love and death in an autobiographical way.
Photographs and poems: Saku Soukka
Graphic design: Saku Soukka
Layout: Janne Lehtinen
Publisher: Noxboox (2016)
Size: 17,3 cm x 24,5 cm, 160 pages (soft cover, bound)
Video work Stream (2014)brings up dialogue between exterior and interior as well as movement and stagnation. Sections related to the sea, airports and to the other public transports visualizes movement and wistfullness of universe while on the other hand the character is inside “doing nothing”. Video is often repeated mechanically and passing of time is disturbed.
Senses of a Blind (2013) is photograph projection in which photos fades in and out and sometimes they are blinking faster. The work deals with thematics of seeing, hiding and appearance – and the relation in-between human and animal in dark landscapes and places. Sound consist of field recordings.
Always (2009-2011) is collection of 12 photograph diptychs.
Sea divided and mountains splitted. Heart beat twice and life continued. Characters of scenes lived for the reflection – because of it – walked mirrors in their pockets. Sometimes views were divided into pieces and sometimes time stopped.