Kalle Mustonen: TELLMEHOWDOIFEEL

Crossing between Kirkkokatu and Snellmaninkatu

Kalle Mustonen: TELLMEHOWDOIFEEL

Address: Crossing between Kirkkokatu and Snellmaninkatu

TELLMEHOWDOIFEEL by Kalle Mustonen references the iconic pop song Blue Monday by New Order. Constructed out of wood, the installation utilises the eye-catching aesthetics of neon advertising signs, combining a carnival-like appearance with melancholic content.

TELLMEHOWDOIFEEL promises to unleash a jukebox in the heads of those who grew up in the 1980s and ‘90s, while others will be inspired in other ways. In addition to the physical light installation, the work will lead a life of its own on Instagram.

The installation previously featured at the Flow Festival 2016 in Helsinki.

Picture: Johanna Kinnari

Performance time: 5pm–10pm

mustonen2Kalle Mustonen (b. 1979) is a sculptor from Lahti who has specialised in diamonds, garden gnomes and skulls. He is a major consumer of popular music, and his art is inspired by distorted guitars, stretched C-cassettes and scratched vinyl records. Mustonen is currently completing his Master’s degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki, where his art will be displayed at the annual spring exhibition. In summer 2017 Mustonen’s garden gnomes will take over New York.

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