Art on site

Jasmin Anoschkin: Imaginary Friends

Part of Imagine Children's Festival

From My Little Poro to Baby Bunny, Finnish artist Jasmin Anoschkin’s large-scale, colourful wooden sculptures look amusing at first glance, but show something of the magical world of animals that have spirits.

Taking inspiration from pop culture and the toy industry, each character has a story to tell.

As if animated, they call you to bond with them and follow into their world, where you might be inspired to create your own imaginary friend for the festival.

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Green side foyers, Level 2, Royal Festival Hall



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This event is part of Nordic Matters, a year-long festival exploring arts and culture from Aland Islands, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

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