Sari Palosaari works with architectural setups in which different objects take place and perform. The installations include natural, every day and industrial materials.  Her practice revolves around the shift away from the capitalist modernity and anthropocentric worldview. In the often site-sensitive works she weaves together loose assemblages between the context-specific materialities and histories. Through considering the materials´ relations, affects and autonomous laws, and, through implementing simple gestures and temporal processes, she deconstructs stabilizing significations placing stress on continuity, co-existence and transformative motion. The works can be seen as poetic images of the instantaneous but with speculations on pasts and futures. 

Sari Palosaari (1974, Kemi)  is a Helsinki-based visual artist.

During 2020-2024 her artistic practice is kindly supported by Taike (Arts Promotion Centre Finland).