Finnoo: Leena Nio; figurative artwork “Haavekuvia” (Dream images)
- The figurative artwork has been inspired by a marine theme, depicting details of the seaside in the form of hidden pictures.
- The installation consists of two separate layers of images. The top layer features around thirty different squares with laser-cut holes through which the bright, ombre-painted second layer can be seen.
- The installation engages in a dialogue with the wavy surface of the opposite wall.
- The imagery captures details of coastal nature and is meant to be a source of inspiration, time and time again.
- The artwork will provide metro passengers with a spark for free association or daydreaming.
Kaitaa: Antti Tanttu; figurative and graphic artwork “Juurtuminen” (Rooting)
- The installation will be made on the platform walls using either laser or water cutting, in 5-mm aluminium sheet.
- The piece is a graphically stylised network of roots, spanning almost the entire length of the platform.
- Juurtuminen (Rooting) refers to settling down and getting to know your residential environment.
- Rooting is a long process; it requires time, life events and people
Soukka: Taneli Rautiainen; art installation “Sfäärit” (Spheres)
- The proposal consists of four different elements (spheres), which are located vertically in different parts of the metro station from the platform level to the ticket hall.
- The installation will consist of lights and metal sheet structures reminiscent of a rock cutting.
- The spheres will depict a rock cutting, cloud cover, shooting stars and constellations.
- The artwork will be located in different parts of the station, from the platform level to the entrance.
Espoonlahti: Hans Rosenström; light and sound installation “Varjot veden pinnalla” (Shadows on the water)
- A sound and light installation in the middle part of the platform.
- A slowly moving pattern of light, reminiscent of light reflected from the surface of water, will be projected onto the ceiling of the platform’s mid-section.
- The installation involves a quietly humming human voice.
- The installation will be calm and meditative.
- The light and sound of the installation will shift and change location and shape throughout the day.
Kivenlahti: Kalle Mustonen; sculpture “Kulkijat” (Wanderers)
- Kivenlahti is the terminal station and the Wanderers are a landmark for the final stop.
- The creation consists of two approximately two- and three-metre-high humoristic wooden figures in the middle of the metro platform.
- Created in warm wood, the sculpture contrasts with the station’s light tones.
- The figures are endearing and will stand the test of time.