The log sculpture is called ”Juuri ja Juuri” (”Root and root” – can also be read as ”Just and just”). The piece, consisting of two sculptures, took part in the ”Our Forests”-event (Meidän Metsämme) in Senaatintori on 27.10.18. The sculptures can now be found in the Helsinki University campus area in Viikki (Viikinkaari). In addition to tree roots, one can see some hints to mines and barricades in the sculptures. ”I think both interpretations carry a message that fits our time. The forestry in Finland is úndergoing great change, and climate crisis is forcing Finland to rethink its practices. The good aspect here is, that preventing climate change and log building have shared goals, met in organically managed forests where big trees provide continuous cover. - I believe that by looking deep into the roots of our relationship with forests, we can find answers to the great questions of our time.