I've been sitting on this for quite a while but now that we've wrapped up our course in conceptual art I feel confident to post this.
Finland has always been among the countries with the most positive results in Transparency International's annual Corruption Perception Index and even shared first place with Denmark and New Zealand in 2012. That however, does not mean that corruption doesn't exist here at all, a lot of the corruption that occurs is not necessarily even illegal, companies not having to reveal details about public procurements and the existence of 'good old boy' networks serve as good loopholes. Corruption in Finland, although minimal, is still real and is still a problem. This piece recognizes that.