(Video) Riitta Ikonen at PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2010


The Finnish artist talks about her playful work that explores nature, photography and costume design.

Kyle Studstill
  • 1 november 2010

At our recent PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2010 we gathered the people behind some of the most inspiring British and European projects that we have covered on PSFK.com.

Riitta Ikonen is a Finnish artist whose work is concerned with the performance of images through photography and costume design. Her work playfully juxtaposes the human form with nature. She uses her talent for designing imaginative costumes and placing them into the natural world. During her talk at the PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2010, Riitta walked the audience through a prolific amount of her creative work, telling the story of each project with light-hearted humor.

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