The Tempora mutantur anniversary exhibition showcases the recent comics by the current members of the Finnish contemporary comic association Kutikuti. The works have been created specifically for the anniversary exhibition using a screen printing technique. The colorful combination of large comics reflects the diverse styles and narrative methods of Finnish comics in 2015.
The artists in the exhibition are
Sami Aho, Mari Ahokoivu, Benjamin Bergman, Heta Bilaletdin, Terhi Ekebom, Roope Eronen, Matti Hagelberg, Esko Heikkilä, Jyrki Heikkinen, Mikko Huusko, Joonas Järvi, Ville Kallio,Jan Konsin, Leo Kuikka, Reijo Kärkkäinen, Jarno Latva-Nikkola, Tiina Lehikoinen, Mikko Luostarinen, Hanneriina Moisseinen, Eeva Meltio, Sųren Mosdal, Tommi Musturi, Lauri Mäkimurto, Pauliina Mäkelä, Reetta Niemensivu, Jyrki Nissinen, Miissa Rantanen, Aapo Rapi, Kati Rapia, Hannele Richert, Johanna Rojola, Heikki Rönkkö, Anna Sailamaa, Aiju Salminen, Kari Sihvonen, Katri Sipiläinen, Aino Sutinen, Tiitu Takalo, Petteri Tikkanen, Tuomas Tiainen, Katja Tukiainen, Riitta Uusitalo, Jari Vaara, Emmi Valve, Amanda Vähämäki and Mikko Väyrynen.
Kutikuti was established in Helsinki in 2005. Over the years Kutikuti has grown from an artistic collective into an association, but it has always been a pioneer of contemporary Finnish comics. Kutikuti’s aim is to promote the status of new and high quality Finnish comics in Finland and abroad. The association publishes new comics in its quarterly comic tabloid Kuti and in its own series of publications. It also holds exhibitions and participates in a variety of relevant events. The association has a studio and a screen printing press in Helsinki. The association currently has 49 comic artists as members. Kutikuti is one of the internationally best-known phenomena in the Finnish comic scene.