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Remote Sensing

Natural and coloured sand, sand sculptures, wooden bases, UV window films
Dimension variable

Remote Sensing, Gallery Sinne, Helsinki, Finland

The exhibition took its name from the term describing satellite-based sensor technologies to detect and classify objects on Earth. Playing with the notion of omnipresence of overseeing satellites, in terms of how the technology relies on optics and how the far-flung perspective contributes to a sense of physical detachment from the world, the almost unnoticeable and unremarkable cracks, dents, ripples and eroded marks, recorded on horizontal surfaces and cylindrical sections of hardened sand objects, pointed toward events and processes that happen either so abruptly, extremely slowly or simultaneously in multiple locations to be undetectable to any sweeping eyes.