Janna Lindfors is a second-year fine art student from TAMK, working with the mediums of moving image and photography. Lindfors currently lives and works in Tampere, Finland.
Before TAMK she was studying in the Art College of Orivesi, where she found a deeper interest in working in the field of art. Her works have been seen for example in Why Look at Animals screening in Fiskars and in Gallery Himmelblau’s Tässä/Täällä/Nyt group exhibition in Tampere in 2019.
With video and photography, she is intrigued by the documentative feeling these mediums can give. However, the result can be easily manipulated with staged elements, to create alternative and believable realities, where she is dealing with her topics in a melancholic and infantile way. In her artworks, Lindfors is interested combining something old and new. Even though most of her artworks are digital, she also enjoys combining crafts, sculpture and old techniques of photography in her projects.
Lindfors is mostly interested in themes related to one’s mind, such as dreams and memories, but also people’s relationship to animals, such as pets, and spaces like home. She is focusing on themes related to a human on the scale of individuals and society. The starting point for her artwork is often personal and based on stories and memories which in the working process become more general topics, like loneliness and the need for affection. For Janna being able to identify with artworks is important, and thus she feels bringing up the point of view of an individual is relevant.
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