Still frames from video Persuasion for 2
Composition for two women and fire is a collaboration of Crystal Gregory and laura Puska. 4 hours long performance installation took place in the hotshop of the glass department in the Gerrit… Continue reading
The rose dress is a result, or a leftover of my performance at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie yesterday. It is colored with juice of red roots, carrots and onions.
White dress, water colored with red beets, carrots and onions, blown glass, living participant Performance by laura Puska On the 31st of October From 9am to 8pm At the Gerrit… Continue reading
This week we are having visitors from the School of Decorative Arts in Prague. The head of their glass department, designer and artist Rony Plesl gave a lecture about his work in the Rietveld… Continue reading
The result of the Persuasion V for 2. Performance by laura Puska and Youri Houkes took a place in Generaal Vetterstraat in Amsterdam. Many glasses were shattered and a lot of… Continue reading
Playing with hot glass, fire and paper in the hotshop. My studio faced an explosion after I dragged 4 papers of size 150 x 300 cm there… Photos are stills from a… Continue reading
Persuasion, performance video, play with glasses and painted water goes on in a living room… Persuasion is a… Continue reading
Still life of Persuasion project is going in my studio. Tempting painted water in glasses is evaporating. A tripod is standing still and the composition is being photographed daily. Of course I bumped into… Continue reading
Persuasion II – still life composition with painted water and glass in my studio this morning.
New composition of persuasion is up!
The day started with mould making. Sander Boeijink helped us to make plaster molds for kiln casting. First a positive was made out of clay. In the afternoon we turned on a… Continue reading
Long but interesting day in the glass island of Murano. We visited Adriano Berengo‘s studio, and one of the three locations of Glass Stress exhibition. Tony Oursler is one of the artist… Continue reading
Since I started working with glass my relationship with it has been a battle of on and off periods. Not even touching glass for a bit over an year, I’m continuing my… Continue reading
Toronto based artist Tosca Teran is working hard for putting everything together for a collaboration following in few weeks. The soundscape, collaboration of Andrei Gravelle and Tosca Teran, can be listened in here.… Continue reading
New work in process. Combining glass objects and painted water. Playing with rhythm, colors and sweet words.
It’s been almost 4 months that I left Iceland behind. My black beach, volcanos and icebergs are still in my mind. Nature of the amazing island is giving some inspiration also for a glass… Continue reading
Also these playful glass works are made in Nuutajärvi‘s glass village by Lasisirkus, Alma Jantunen and Johannes Rantasalo.
The glass of work of Anu Penttinen is getting the last heat in the hands of Slate Grove. Anu, beside of designing, she also makes her own work including the piece in… Continue reading
These new kind of glass tubes by Chihuly are one of things that came out of 10 days of working in Nuutajärvi.
Slowly proceeds the annealing process of huge glass pieces made by Chihuly‘s group in Nuutajärvi‘s glass factory.
All the work is done and a group of Dale Chihuly‘s glassblowers are about to head back to US. after working in Nuutajärvi‘s factory for 10 days. The factory is the oldest still… Continue reading
The story of design from modernism to the future from 16th of June until 6th of August in Taidehalli, in Helsinki. <- A little bit of charm by Susanne Koskimäki‘s glass dolls… Continue reading
Puhallus ja laukaus Glass and photographs in Nuutajärvi‘s glass village 8.6.-12.8.2012 Photo by Jani Kaila
A fresh exhibition of group of young talented glass makers in Riihimäki. Lasismi 1.6.-23.9.2012 at The Finnish Glass Museum In the photo, Pill by Helmi Remes.
Finnish glass and design 1.6 – 14.8.2012 at Design Forum in Helsinki
Anu Penttinen‘s glass in Riihimäki Superposition 4.5-1.7.2012 in The Finnish Glass Museum Photo by Uzi Varon