Maija Käyhkö (b. 1992) is a Finnish artist working with sculpture and installation. Her practice — which investigates the traditions of minimalist sculpture, functionality, assembling and deconstructing — is translated into playful, often rearrangeable compositions that withhold subtle references or potential to action, movement, or interaction with one’s body. The recurring modular structures in her works combine with the conventions of sculpture, balancing between change, stability, control and touch.

Käyhkö is currently completing her MFA degree in the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki.