Pekka Jylhä“Finnish sculptor Pekka Jylhä’s hare works are peculiar mixtures of artificial and organic material, cultural meanings and traces of animal life. From a joined ecocritical-posthumanist perspective, the manifold meanings of these works can be traced to the problematic relationship between nature and culture. The metaphor of rabbit hole signifies a transition to a world where both humans and non- humans have agency in arts, politics and social life.”

Karoliina Lummaa 2012

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