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“Y”: Pixelated Wood Installation

 

Y is a new wood collaborative installation project between the Finnish National Museum and Emmi Keskisarja & Janne Teräsvirta who have resurrected “Y” at Niemelä Tenant Farm.

Named after the mathematical symbol of the unknown,  the new temporary structure is made up of cross laminated timber, and appears pixelated in form, providing a contemporary site for meditation in a historical courtyard.

“The installation seeks to encourage the visitors stay longer in the Niemelä by altering the familiar and permanent museum environment. Y provides a hypnotic meditation spot from where to reflect on the changing state of time.”

Y is erected in the historical Niemelä Tenant Farm courtyard and is open until 15.9.2017.

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