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FloraFauna Society opens tonight in Gallery Factory, Seoul, Korea!

Welcome to the opening of the exhibition FloraFauna Society tonight at 7 pm in Gallery Factory, Seoul, with Eyes as Big as Plates amongst 7 participating artists: Park Seungwon expresses the relation between the existence of animals and human, between

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FloraFauna Society opens tonight in Gallery Factory, Seoul, Korea!

Welcome to the opening of the exhibition FloraFauna Society tonight at 7 pm in Gallery Factory, Seoul, with Eyes as Big as Plates amongst 7 participating artists: Park Seungwon expresses the relation between the existence of animals and human, between

Salme and 11 other works from Eyes as Big as Plates will be on display in Bogota during the biennal. Eyes as Big as Plates # Salme © Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

Eyes as Big as Plates at Fotograficá Bogotá 2015!

Today is the grand opening of the 6th International biennial of photography,  Fotograficá Bogotá 2015, arranged by The National Museum of Photography in Colombia. Eyes as Big as Plates is proud to be exhibiting at one of the most important events of

Salme and 11 other works from Eyes as Big as Plates will be on display in Bogota during the biennal. Eyes as Big as Plates # Salme © Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

Eyes as Big as Plates at Fotograficá Bogotá 2015!

Today is the grand opening of the 6th International biennial of photography,  Fotograficá Bogotá 2015, arranged by The National Museum of Photography in Colombia. Eyes as Big as Plates is proud to be exhibiting at one of the most important events of

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

A week in a day – Kirishima compressed

One Japanese day seems to equal a week in our usual calendar. During our Kirishima visit we gathered materials for three costumes, photographed three models in different locations, visited a senior center, tasted the local crops, held chickens, goats, dogs,

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

A week in a day – Kirishima compressed

One Japanese day seems to equal a week in our usual calendar. During our Kirishima visit we gathered materials for three costumes, photographed three models in different locations, visited a senior center, tasted the local crops, held chickens, goats, dogs,

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

B&B club

Mr Minami runs the IBS (International Brilliant Students) school in Kagoshima. Originally from the Yakushima Island, he studied in Utah and Hawaii before starting his ‘school of motivation’. Inadvertently we gave him quite a shock when we walked into his office as he was

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

B&B club

Mr Minami runs the IBS (International Brilliant Students) school in Kagoshima. Originally from the Yakushima Island, he studied in Utah and Hawaii before starting his ‘school of motivation’. Inadvertently we gave him quite a shock when we walked into his office as he was

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

The disruptive volcano

We have entered the tropics! To celebrate, we worked up a sunburn and joined the spring break tourists city bus tour around Kagoshima, landing on the volcanic island of Sakurajima. The Minami-dake peak erupts about 800 times a year, and at

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

The disruptive volcano

We have entered the tropics! To celebrate, we worked up a sunburn and joined the spring break tourists city bus tour around Kagoshima, landing on the volcanic island of Sakurajima. The Minami-dake peak erupts about 800 times a year, and at

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

The cedar woods of Miyama

Mr. Nakano decided to get involved in Eyes as Big as Plates after a call from his good friend and artistic collaborator Mr Maruyama. Mr. Nakano has been doing pottery since he was 23 and has loved living in Kyoto for the

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

The cedar woods of Miyama

Mr. Nakano decided to get involved in Eyes as Big as Plates after a call from his good friend and artistic collaborator Mr Maruyama. Mr. Nakano has been doing pottery since he was 23 and has loved living in Kyoto for the

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

The budding of Mr Maruyama

Mr. Maruyama was born into a farmers’ family in Niigata prefecture, where the common viewpoint was that flowers were pointless, non functional and just something to get rid of. He used to agree, but as he got older he came to think differently

© Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

The budding of Mr Maruyama

Mr. Maruyama was born into a farmers’ family in Niigata prefecture, where the common viewpoint was that flowers were pointless, non functional and just something to get rid of. He used to agree, but as he got older he came to think differently