The Lyhyesti (Briefly) works consist of small individual fragments, stories by men that are each a crystallization of real events so that, together, they give a highly uniform impression. In the background there is always sympathy for the lives of ordinary people. The act of bearing witness has thus coalesced with the act of creating – and bearing its burned. Reading and writing have become equal in value to seeing and visuality, for he who must learn to speak with his eyes, must cure himself of seeing with his mouth, as noted by the author Paul Auster. This idea has been my guideline in both my artistic research and in the making of this work.