My work often deal with animals, human-animal relationships and the habitats. The childhood experiences in the countryside and the memories in contact with other animals have brought the non-human to the interest in my artistic practice. Experimenting, inquiring and intuitive proceeding are the central mode in my approach. I wish to gently guide the viewer to contemplate oneself and the world she shares with others.

At the moment I study the coral reef communities and underwater life through sculpture. In sculpture my main medium is ceramics. Along with sculpture I explore different worlds, livings and realities by using site-specific, public interventions. The art interventions are temporal and they consist of unfired, decaying clay objects. My subjects in the interventions have shifted from a shared place to humans, pigeons and cats.

I live in Helsinki, and I currently study in the masters programme in Visual Culture, Curating and Contemporary Art in Aalto University.


Coming Up: Underwater Lifeforms – Ceramic sculptures and reliefis. 1.8.-30.8.2019 Rõõm shop and gallery, Tue-Fri 11-17, Sat 12-16. Helsinginkatu 17, Helsinki. Opening at Thursday 1st of August, 5 pm – 7 pm. Welcome!

Tulossa: Underwater Lifeforms – Veistoksia ja seinäteoksia keramiikasta. 1.8.-30.8.2019 Rõõm kauppa & galleria, ti-pe 11-17, la 12-16. Helsinginkatu 17, Helsinki. Avajaiset torstaina 1.8. klo 17-19. Tervetuloa!

Please feel free to contact me by email: siina.levonoja (@) gmail.com

You find me in Instagram by @siinalevonoja

In the picture above: LITTLE POT EXHBITION, 2016.