Teemu Keisteri’s exhibition EX TEMPORE shows what it means to be a Finnish man
After Hunger King exhibition, Luukku Atelier blasts its audience with swimsuit performances and huge neon colored wall paintings. The exhibition titled EX TEMPORE is Finnish entertainment artist Teemu Keisteri's first exhibition in Hungary. The exhibition is open until August 3rd.
Teemu Keisteri's art varies from video art to performances and latex sculptures. Neon yellow character called Ukkeli, freely translated The Dude, is visible in Keisteri’s work and in the EX TEMPORE exhibition.
According to Keisteri, the aim of his art is purely to give joy to his audience. “ Every day, while building this exhibition, many passersby peaked inside the gallery. They always left laughing and giggling, so my Ukkeli character is like a joy machine.”
EX TEMPORE is the third and last exhibition of Luukku Atelier. Luukku Atelier is the main project of 2014 for Finnagora, the Finnish Institute in Budapest, with the three Finnish artists Katja Tukiainen, Jani Leinonen and Teemu Keisteri.