Pyhiä Kiviä (Holy Rocks) was a communal outdoor installation consisting of several rock-like linoleum sculptures which were exhibited on the grounds of the Ruins of the Church of the Holy Trinity in Rauma (FI) during the long Easter weekend 2019. Creating a direct relation to the remains of the building, the audience was invited to actively engage with the historic and religious significance of the site, as well as with its pure physical presence, through moving and rearranging the ‘rocks’. This is a selection of formations the visitors arranged on site. 

This artwork was made during my artist residency at RaumArs in Rauma, Finland.