The Finnish Museum of Photography: The Censored Exhibition
THE FINNISH MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY: ADEY - THE CENSORED EXHIBITION
2.9.-11.10.2020, The Finnish Museum of Photography, Project Space, Cable Factory
AdeY is a Swedish-British multidisciplinary visual artist dancing between photography and performance. AdeY’s works are politically motivated by cultural and social events that are occurring throughout the world, exploring how society defines who we are and how we are perceived.
The artist’s images are driven by a particular focus and attention on people’s right to differences, primarily with regard to differences in physical appearance, gender, race and sexuality. With a humorous and experimental approach, the images seek to highlight our vulnerability, loneliness and strengths. AdeY uses the body as a medium to capture moments of intimacy, social oppression, isolation, anxiety and depression. In practice, it is in many ways the perception of the body that is being challenged by the artist, based on their own background and experience of the human body.
Tue–Sun at 11–18
Wed at 11–20
5 € / 10 €, Museum Card
Free admission for under 18-year-olds.
Free admission on last Wednesday evening of the month 5–8pm.
Photo: AdeY / Evolution, part II, Australia, 2018