A woman comes face to face with her past and future when she returns to her old childhood home. Her dead mother's old dress wakes suppressed and conflicting emotions.
body image, families, feminism, HLBTQI, love, media, personal narrative, political art, portraits (works of art )
Tero Puha (Author), Mikko Väärälä (Composer), Tero Puha (Director), Tero Puha (Editor), Tero Puha Visual Arts (Producer), Tero Puha (Script), Minna Karttunen (Actor), Terhi Perälä (Actor), Jarno Viitala (Actor), Jarno Viitala (Costume Design), AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture (Funder), Mikko Väärälä (Sound)
Tero Puha is a multi-disciplinary visual artist specialising in lens-based and digital art and performance. He has studied at Imatra Art Institute in Finland, London College of Printing and the University of Art and Design in Helsinki, from where he graduated in 2000. Puha has worked in Helsinki, London, Paris, Berlin and New York. His art has been exhibited internationally and can be found in the collections of several art museums in Finland and abroad, including the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki Art Museum, Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, Japan, and the Finnish Museum of Photography.