mikko kuorinki

Mikko Kuorinki was born in Rovaniemi, the official hometown of Santa Claus (um. wow.) and now lives and works in Helsinki.

Her project, Wall Piece with 200 Letters, used removable letters on a white wall in the Kiasma museum in Helsinki. Every week from March 2010 to February 2011, she formed different text on the wall of the museum.

The words she chooses are absolutely wonderful. We hope her thoughtful collection inspires you.

Elias Canetti: The Human Province (1973)

Joe Brainard: Poem (1971)

Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Masks (1952)

Henri Michaux: Counter (1934)

Nicolas Chamfort

Robert Lax: A Thing That Is (1997)

John Berryman

See the rest here


About nosurefooting

Two Sarah Lawrence grads armed with their cameras, who have a penchant for making things pretty, following their eyes, following their hearts, even if they aren't always standing on their own two feet.
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3 Responses to mikko kuorinki

  1. BIGNOSEBRO says:


  2. ANONYBABE says:

    Words really suck sometimes.

    • ANONYBABE says:

      (That was in reference to the first piece about animals having less fear, not the whole post omg just realized)

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