Photo: Joonas Siren.

Joonas Siren Liminal Objects


Joonas Siren’s solo exhibition at Galleria Sculptor’s Studio space is a comprehensive installation that consists of a video game made by Siren, objects collected from the waste land of Kalasatama, and dandelions preserved in epoxy resin.

In the video game, visitors can discover a 3D modeled object that is constantly changing its shape. Hundreds of different objects create their own kind of philosophy, referring to art history, commodities, other video games and artifacts in the world after climate catastrophe, among others. Perhaps the scooters lying around Helsinki in the summer will become historical treasures – something beautiful and perfect? It is in the nature of objects that their meanings and agency are in a constant process of liminality.

Joonas Siren (b. 1983) is a Helsinki-based multidisciplinary artist and experimental electronic musician. Siren graduated as Master of Fine Arts from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 2013 and from the joint-study program Nordic Sound Art in 2012. Siren realizes media art installations with various digital working and programming methods, which often contain generative elements. Siren’s most recent exhibition was 16-channel sound installation Lost Time at the Forum Box gallery in 2023, in a joint exhibition with Juuso Noronkoski and Tuomo Rainio. Siren releases music under the name Forces, so far six albums on various international labels. Siren is frequently performing at experimental music events both in Finland and abroad.

Events during the exhibition:

Joonas Siren will be present at the gallery on Saturday 3 February between 2–4 pm and on Sunday 25 February between 2–4 pm.

The artist will also present the work on the livestream service Twitch. Siren will play the work on Wednesday 7 February at 20:00 and Wednesday 21 February at 20:00 on the web at

Joonas Siren's installation Liminal Objects, 2024. Photo: Aukusti Heinonen.
Joonas Siren, Liminal Objects, 2024, installation; video game, objects collected from the waste land of Kalasatama, dandelions preserved in epoxy resin. Photo: Aukusti Heinonen.

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