I was a guest on the Artpod podcast talking about contemporary art, you can listen the podcast here (In Finnish).
Einari Hyvönen creates lo-fi digital aesthetic inspired paintings by oil and acrylic colours with image transfer technique. He blends together popular culture through a bootleg filter with internet memes and his digital working environment to create playful visual cacophony -snapshots. The work aims to express and question the visual communication of the millennials, and to evoke to think what the imagery of this era is.
Einari Hyvönen (b. 1989, Salo, Finland) Lives and works in Kankaanpää, Finland. He graduates from Kankaanpää School of Fine Arts, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (BA) in June 2019. Hyvönen has had several solo and group exhibitions, mostly in his native land. To mention few highlights, in 2018 he was invited to XXIII Mänttä Art Festival. In 2017 he had a solo exhibition in ARTag Gallery in Helsinki. In 2016 He was invited to Finlayson Art Area in Tampere, and to Northern Finland Biennial, The Snowball Effect 3 at Aine Art Museum.