Pasi Karjula lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. He studied at Kankaanpää Art School, Finland in 1985–87 and at the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 1986–91. He is known for his wooden sculptures, conceptual works and large-scale installations. He has made public works in Finland, Sweden and the UK and his works are represented in several museum collections such as the Sara Hildén Art Museum, Helsinki Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma and Malmö Art Museum. Karjula was a candidate for the Ars Fennica Award in 1999.