The Deconstruction of Memories

Some years ago I started randomly 3d scanning my relatives 100 years old summerhouse. 3d capturing objects and interiors of the house produced raw 3d scans containing not only inaccurately shaped surfaces, but also 3d models full of holes. I only gathered messed up 3d scans and fragmented information where nothing was perfect and a lot of information was missing. I felt that as a good starting point for my digital photography echoing my real life emotional experiences. We are as humans more or less broken. Places, interiors, object and experiences are saved for a while in our memory but in time they are slowly vanishing.  



Still life, 2017

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 520 x W 700 mm or other


Satu-Minna Suorajärvi



The Flower Arrangement, 2017

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 470 x W 650 mm or other


Satu-Minna Suorajärvi



The Sitting Man, 2017

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 520 x W 700 mm or other


Satu-Minna Suorajärvi



The Triumphal Arch, 2017

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 500 x W 700 mm or other

Satu-Minna Suorajärvi



The Green Wall, 2017

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 520 x W 720 mm or other

Satu-Minna Suorajärvi



The Stream, 2017

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 750 x W 750 mm or other


Satu-Minna Suorajärvi



The Yellow Room, 2018

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 750 x W 1000 mm or other

Satu-Minna Suorajärvi


The Stairs, 2018

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 750 x W 1000 mm or other


Satu-Minna Suorajärvi



The Skull and Yellow Lilies, 2017

Materials: 2d printed digital photo on silisec under acryl
Size: H 750 x W 1000 mm or other


Satu-Minna Suorajärvi