Noronkoski’s works combine the mediums of photography, video, sculpture, and text. They explore the line, or rather the space, in-between the visual and the written language, in-between a thought or an idea and reality: "How each individual means of expression, with differing temporal and material qualities, contributes to the common conversational space”, as the artist puts it. Many of his works are accompanied by short stories that seem to shed more light on and create a clearer image of the thought process behind the physical artwork. In his works, photography is both a window to another time and space as well as a mirror reflecting the here and now back to the spectator. "If my artistic practice would impose a question, it would be: what, or rather, where is an image? Where is an image that exists between the actual and the imaginary — at the feet, and in unknown atmospheres.” 

Juuso Noronkoski was born in Helsinki in 1983. He lives and works in Helsinki. After previously studying photography in Amsterdam and Lahti, he received his photography MA from the Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture in 2015. He was elected as artist-in-residence at the Finnish Cultural Insitute of New York in 2017 as well as at basis e.V. in Frankfurt in 2018. His recent exhibitions include the solo exhibitions This Place Is Nowhere, Loko Gallery (Tokyo, 2017), Hippolyte (Helsinki, 2017), and Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin, 2016), as well as the group exhibitions Re-interpreting the Frame, Finnish Museum of Photography (Helsinki, 2015), and Nine Nameless Mountains (Maanantai Collective), Monopol Gallery (Warsaw, 2014).