A man in a red chequered shirt appears simultaneously in two adjacent video projections. The man on the right begins to animate bricks on the wall using a remote control. The man on the left sits watching the brick wall grow. When the brick wall is finished, the man on the right walks straight at the camera until the lens is blocked. The man on the left then stops the shoot using another remote control.
Brick Wall (installation)
Vesa-Pekka Rannikko (Author)
Vesa-Pekka Rannikko is a visual artist who lives and works in Helsinki. He works with varying fields of art: sculpture, video, installation and performance. He holds degrees from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts (1997) and from University of Arts and Design Helsinki (1995), and he has also studied at the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Rannikko creates performances as a member of a group (NE+ and BAR) and by himself. His works have been presented in exhibitions since the early 1990s, including Galleri Lars Olsen in Copenhagen (2012), Venice Biennale in (2011), Amos Anderson Art Museum (2003) and Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma (2008, 2007) in Helsinki.