One year after the elections: what’s going on, Finland?

One year after the parliamentary elections: what is going on, Finland?

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On Tuesday, April 19th 2016, it has been one year since the Finnish parliamentary elections, in which the Finnish people voted in the current political leaders. What is the mental state of Finland and the Finnish society in April 2016?
How can you picture the situation?

The Festival of Political Photography invited photographers and artists to create a photograph that tells their view on the current state of Finland. What is going on in our country?
The project is part of the Festival of Political Photography 2016 and has been carried out in cooperation with Häiriköt-päämaja and the Finnish Museum of Photography.

The photos are on display from April 19th to May 3rd in election poster stands in the following locations in central Helsinki:

Itämerenkatu, Ruoholahti
Salomonkatu, Kamppi
Postikatu, Kluuvi
Siltasaarenkatu, Hakaniemi
Vaasanaukio, Sörnäinen

Participating photographers/artists:
Stefan Bremer
Iiris Heikka
Sara Hornig,
Tuomas Linna
Sami Parkkinen
Miikka Pirinen,
Perttu Saksa
Sanni Seppo
Adolfo Vera.
Häiriköt-päämaja:
(Jani Leinonen ja Jari Tamminen) & Harro Koskinen
Tärähtäneet Ämmät:
(Katriina Haikala ja Vilma Metteri)

Stefan Bremer
Iiris Heikka
Sara Hornig
Häiriköt-päämaja
Tuomas Linna
Sami Parkkinen
Miikka Pirinen
Perttu Saksa
Sanni Seppo
Tärähtäneet ämmät / Nutty tarts
Adolfo Vera