SEITIKKI, meaning a webcap mushroom, is a study of light in a space and as a sculpture. It is moody, dramatic and rambling. At the same time, light glowing from various sources is like a mist hovering over a field. It is a flashback carved into a concrete shape, the sculptor’s thoughts etched into a moment. SEITIKKI is characterized by hazy, dreamy light. Each turned, mushroom-resembling cap is different, their sandblasted finish diffusing rays of light. The concealed gill sculpts a circle of light on the ground. Metal rods of differing heights support the mushroom-like, wooden caps that conceal LED lighting.
Although the technical side plays a vital role in the SEITIKKI lights, the final result looks far from technical. Right from the start, Antrei Hartikainen has paid attention to the way light traverses through the work and the concealment of technology behind the formation.
One SEITIKKI unit consist two lights supported by metal rods growing from L-shape leg.