Metaphoric peepholes

An artist tells always something about himself even trying to be objective. The shape of the work, materials selected by the artist, colours and techniques used in the works are communicating about the aggregated layers in one’s mind and body. Questions of this research have been tried to approach by map of pictures based on hermeneutical method. As a conclusion of that method has been Winnicot’s concept of “transitional object” and to open that concept via artistic working and reflection.
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Tintamareski - Tuulensuoja - The Shelter of the Wind - detail - 215 cm x 170 cm - 2011 Annukka Mikkola

Tintamareski - Tuulensuoja - The Shelter of the Wind - detail - 215 cm x 170 cm - 2011 Annukka Mikkola

13 nests in big Nest Installation in Art Museum Sinkka Kerava Finland 2016-17. On of the nest hasn´t any hole, th black one. Design Annukka Mikkola 2011-16-

13 nests in Nest-installation - one nest is without any hole (the black one) - Design Annukka Mikkola, Sinkka Kerava Finland

Majaleikki, The play in the nest, 2012, Annukka Mikkola

Majaleikki, The play in the nest, Annukka Mikkola Finland

Nests with holes at Villa Kauklahti Espoo 2015

Nests with holes at Villa Kauklahti Espoo 2015 Finland

Nest no x in Villa Kauklahti Espoo Finland 2015

Nest no x in Villa Kauklahti Espoo Finland 2015 Finland

Leikin loppu - After playing

Moderni Käspaikka - Leikin loppu (The cover of towels) oil painting ready made 2011 Annukka Mikkola Finland

The Window to the childhood

The Fairy of the Windshelter

Tuulensuoja - The Shelter of the Wind - 215 cm x 170 cm - 2011-2016 -(fron side)

Tuulensuoja - The Shelter of the Wind - 215 cm x 170 cm - -(fron side)

Tuulensuoja (detail) - The Shelter of the Wind - 215 cm x 170 cm - 2011-2016 -  Design Annukka Mikkola

Tuulensuoja (detail) - The Shelter of the Wind - 215 cm x 170 cm - - Design Annukka Mikkola

An "inhabitant" in one nest ( in Art Museo of Sinkka, Kerava Finland) made by student about 8 year. There were few art workshops to the students in the Exhibition Näkyväksi neulottu 2016-17. Design Annukka Mikkola

An "inhabitant" in one nest ( in Art Museo of Sinkka, Kerava Finland) made by student about 8 year. There were few art workshops to the students in the Exhibition Näkyväksi neulottu Design Annukka Mikkola


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