Grounded-- Pulsating 

During the winter of 2023-2024, I operated radio uncertainty from my studio at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center. The station was open for the community, functioning in a random and spontaneous manner, accommodating the signals from the collective and the act of falling between frequencies. Grounded-- Pulsating presents these signals, translated into video, prints, home-made radio receivers, and a love letter to (radio) uncertainty.

Antenna (2024)
Site spesific installation, emergency blanket, sticks, duct tape

detail, Resuscitation (2024)
marine debris, antenna wire, copper wire, galena crystal, safety pin, Zoom-recorder, speaker

Resuscitation (2024)
marine debris, antenna wire, copper wire, galena crystal, safety pin, Zoom-recorder, speaker

detail, Untitled (2024)
antenna wire, birtch bark, galena crystal, crocodile clip, safety pin

Scared-- Sacred Heart (2024)
Monotype with antenna wire, marine debris, copper wire, seashell

X-ray for a Kite (2024)
Monotype with antenna wire

Installation view, Grounded-- Pulsating

Séance (2024)
Monotype on paper 

Radio Uncertainty (2024)
HD video, 2:13

photos: Jess Bennett and Tinja Ruusuvuori

Server error occurred while getting Cemetery

Exhibition of experimental and collaborativ mixed-media works
by Georgia Dickie and Tinja Ruusuvuori

Installation view, Server error occurred while getting Cemetery (2023)
Single-channel video installation with cardboard, found objects and PAYDAY Peanut Caramel Bar
Dimensions variable

Installation view, Server error occurred while getting Cemetery (2023)
pencil, charcoal, tape and gum arabic prints on cardboard with found objects
Dimensions variable

Beyond the Beyond,
an otherwhere—
grid of old-growth
+ graphite, shadow-

We fueled
the prairie-fire, our engine
for art in afterburn
toward burnout,
exhaust, exhausted, hot
to the touch.

Words by Kieron Walquist
photos: Yahna Harris


Mixed-media installation in a demolished university building in Finland

Installation view, Undoings (2023)
single-channel video installation with found objects
Dimensions variable

Installation view, Undoings (2023)
chalk on a found chalkboard
Dimensions 300cm x 123cm

Shrug off your
callused by the
frictions + deep-push
of capitalism. Put on
a Cetacean way of being.
Become part
of a collective
celebrating in useless
practices + undoings—
passivities done for
pleasure despite progress
+ green-gain.

Words by Kieron Walkqvist and Tinja Ruusuvuori

Videos: Liina Kuittinen, Lori Frazer, Jonna Lehto, Matilda Matsi, Lada Wilson, Miina Puolitaival, Tinsel Edwards, Natasha Lall, Nikki Jääskeläinen, Edward Bruce, Oktavia Schreiner, Raila Mar, Gunilla Sjövall, Opri Kangas, Karkki, Bella Bellatrix Pirata, Madde Edlund, Jonna Lehto, Minta Metteri, Heather O’Donnell, Anasse Elhasnaoui, Hanna Marno, Venni P, Aleksi Pihkanen, Dexter Stokes-Mellor, Ali sha Sha, Hemn Hussein, Kate Theodore, Kerttu Ojalehto, Jan Ahlstedt, Sisko Pikkumäki, Irina Ruusuvuori, Aapo Sandberg, Heta-Maria Pyhäjärvi, Jane Sharkey, Emmi Hughes, Suzie Eggins, Anna Seppälä, Arto Patrikainen, Aga Paulina Młyńczak, Van Maltese, Elsa Delage, Clarisse Baleja Saïdi, Kim Coleman Foote, Siennie Lee, Gothataone Moeng, Hannah Perrin King, Elizabeth Flood, Sichong Xie, Vicky Tomayko, Georgia Dickie, David Simpson, Susan Blood, Tinja Ruusuvuori, Strange Nature collective, anonymous

More about Collection of Undoings

Collection of Undoings

‘Undoings’ is an ongoing video project that compiles selections from a crowdsourced archive compiled of ‘useless’ activities. The project was first time developed within the framework of 16Nicholson Street Gallery's 2021 curated programme and show in the same gallery as a part of 'Flock Circumstance' group exhibition by Madde Edlund, Aga Paulina Mlynczak and Tinja Ruusuvuori, curated by Aga Paulina Mlynczak.

photo: Nat Hairsine / 16 Nicholson Street gallery
photo: Nat Hairsine
Collection of Undoings (2021)
Three-channel video installation with rope, spandex, fluorescent light
Dimensions variable

Installation tech during covid lockdown: Katie Eyre and Louie Pegna

Someone Will Be with You Shortly

Sound installation with afterlife hold music in Glasgow Tramway

Someone Will Be With You Shortly (2019)
Mixed media installation with garden ornaments, spandex, metal, black Christmas trees
Dimensions variable

Voice: Beverley Chapman
Guitar: James / Ace City Racers
photos: Aga Mlynczak

Installation view, Daily Hauntings, GSA Graduate Degree Show 2018

Coordinates for the Late Ones

GPS Sat Nav for afterlife

Installation view, Coordinates for the Late Ones (2018)
concrete, metal, digital print on silk, sound
Dimensions variable

voice: Stephanie Black
sound: Jarkko Räsänen

Listen to GPS-voice

Afterlife merch

wall installation

pigment print on vinyl, print on fabric items, concrete earplugs


Untitled (2018)
pigment print on aluminium, metal, Christmas tree, black sand