Roger Ballen and Finland’s Serlachius Museum release a catalogue for Resurrected.

Resurrected is the title of a House that used to be deep inside the Finnish Forest. Photographer and artist Roger Ballen was invited to transform this House to portray his unique aesthetic. The whole building was then taken apart and reassembled in the Serlachius Museum Gösta in Mänttä, Finland.

The Resurrested House was a part of a larger exhibition curated by Ville Lenkkeri, Touching from a Distance, which was seen in Mänttä during the summer of 2015.

The book Resurrected documents not only the history and construction of this unique edifice, but reveals the singular aesthetic vision of Roger Ballen where the concrete and abstract, real and imaginary and atypical and archetypal merge into a single poetic space.

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