The visitors travel from the Stone Age to the world of manor houses, early industry and the new wonders of technology. From a glassworker’s cottage to a bootlegger’s business, we move to a swiftly growing, modern Espoo saturated with consumer goods. The exhibition displays items and phenomena connected to the lives of very different people.
Early next year will feature the joint work by Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca called Faz Que Vai (Set to Go), 2016 will be on display as part of the Touch exhibition. The work of the artist duo, which is representing Brazil in this year’s Venice Biennale, is a video essay consisting of four parts. In each part, a different dancer interprets the traditional Brazilian Carnival dance, Frevo.