The Eternal Sleep of the Man (Ihmisen ikuinen uni) is a collaborative video installation by Sami Sänpäkkilä and Anna-Mari Nousiainen. It consists of 15 new video works that can be installed as a 15-channel site specific installation or screened as a single channel 9 minute work.
Haihara Artcenter exhibition by fine artists Tomas Regan and Sami Sänpäkkilä. The works are collaborative works combining video and drawing.
Starwall is a site-specific installation with support of Espace Louis Vuitton Japan, Tokyo. A black wall is built in front of a window. Using the locations longitude, latitude and compass direction I determine what starry sky would be visible though that window at a certain time.
21st Century Portrait is a triptych that consists of three portraits filmed at an extreme close-up with a high-definition videocamera. Each of the three portrait consists of well over 1500 still frames played back in less then a minute. Every millimeter of the body is displayed 25 frames per second.
The Suncellar is an installation and is projected on five separate screens that require three rooms. All screens require stereo sound. The extensive work Aurinkokellari (2006) features a prophetic sequence of events. In the film, an eccentric character in control of human life “removes” three people. The impression, akin to death, is frightening in its severity.