Hollow is a story of how human beings have become alienated from nature, how the landscape has become a stage, and how humanity has turned into a role play.
disappearance, emptiness, experimental films, fiction, hair, human condition, humanity (mental properties), smoke
Anni Kinnunen (Author), Anni Kinnunen (Cinematographer), Anni Kinnunen (Director), Anni Kinnunen (Editor), Anni Kinnunen (Producer), Anni Kinnunen (Script)
Anni Kinnunen (b. 1978) is a visual artist whose main instrument is photograph, but she also works with video art and installations. During the past two decades, Kinnunen’s works have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Japan, China, Russia, Germany, Denmark, Slovenia, Italy, Luxembourg, the United States and Canada. In Finland, she has participated in events such as the Young Artists exhibition of Kunsthalle Helsinki (2009), the Snowball Effect Northern Finland Biennale (2012, 2014, 2016) and Mänttä Art Festival (2013, 2018). Her works are included e.g. in the collections of the Oulu Museum of Art, the Finnish State Art collection and Finnish Institute in Japan.