“Relics” consists of direct and indirect quotations taken from the collection of the Vuojoki Mansion historical library. By using the quotes, the film explores issues of imagery, textuality and sound.
death, history, human relations, lyric poetry, mirrors, nature, painting (artistic creation), performance (art forms), pictures, stories
Kalle Hamm (Author), Kalle Hamm (Director), Kalle Hamm (Script), Dzamil Kamanger (Script), Jyri Pitkänen (Camera), Pirjo Hamm-Hakamäki (Location Manager), Lauri Ainala (Sound Design), Esa Santonen (Sound Mixer), Sakari Matikka (Sound Recording), Jonathan Scotson (Translator)
Kalle Hamm is a Helsinki-based artist, whose work examines cultural encounters and their impacts both in historical and contemporary context. Hamm graduated with a BA degree from Lahti Institute of Fine Arts in 1994 and with MA from the University of Art and Design Helsinki 2002. Since 2000 he has collaborated with the artist Dzamil Kamanger from Iranian Kurdistan. Dealing with the position of marginality in mainstream culture and the encounters of cultures in global networks, their works occupy an intermediate zone between art, design and handicraft, and are often sparked off everyday things.