In April, Johanna Lecklin’s exhibition looking at the aftermath of the Finnish Civil War will be on display at the gallery. In her works, Lecklin brings out the silent stories of history – the fates of women and children. There are also references to Lecklin’s own personal history, a family story in which his distant female relative was killed in 1918 in Vyborg. The exhibition features photographic and video works about the supposed and possible events and fates of the civil war, as well as collages based on archival material. Lecklin makes visible the suffering of innocent civilians, which is part of the methods of modern warfare.