One of the greatest challenges for the local community is to find work that supports life all year round in the archipelago. Artist Sandra Nyberg, who lives in the biggest town of the Turku archipelago herself, addresses this question with a focus on the distance between home and work. Nyberg creates a mobile gallery and workspace, which she places in a remote part of the islands.
Every morning for a month she will travel to her gallery and spend the eight-hour working day in the middle of nature only to return in the evenings back to her home in Pargas at the urban edge of the archipelago. This process and whatever results it may yield will be presented to the audience in the mobile gallery during the summer.
Along Rumar Road, on the island of Korpo.