All posts tagged “sound-installation

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Finissage: Fake Laders
with Mother’s Nerves and
Improvised Sound Piece
22.10.2016

Finissage: Fake Laders | Ismo Hyvärinen

Start: 6pm and 7pm

Arja Kärkkäinen, 2016

Sound/video piece, 16:00 min

“Mother’s Nerves is a story told by a mother whose son is planning a suicide. The son
is struggling with the question of justification: why is he there to survive while the
other people should die. Who should die after all? The politically incorrect wish of a
destruction can be discussed from a child’s point of view, from its safe harbor. The
story is based on my own early childhood memory, a remark that I made in the
age of 5. I couldn’t understand why there was simultaneously a discussion about
overpopulation and grief for 100 people dying in an airplane accident. The point,
obviously, was that there should be less people and making people less should be
started from somewhere. Fair, until the roulette chooses someone you love.”

Arja Kärkkäinen is a Helsinki based installation artist who mainly works with video and
spatial installation. Kärkkäinen in her MA studies in the Academy of Fine Arts Helsinki.


Start: 8pm

Improvised sound piece with Serge Modular synthesizer

Mika Hyytiä

“The piece will reflect aural and electrical happenings/non-happenings of the space. It aims to fixedly resonate and follow the very present – the ‘NOW’ moment. The outcome can be meditative and/or disorientating, but always mind manifesting.”

Mika Hyytiä is an underground sound artist – musician from Helsinki. Hyytiä’s main instrument is modular synthesizer and over the past 5 years, he has focused on improvisation-based performances around Finland in clubs, art galleries, and festivals. Hyytiä has released limited editions of cassettes and also recordings and releases in collaboration with several artists of highly variant outputs/approaches.


 

Toolbox – Finnisch-deutscher Projektraum, Koloniestraße 120

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Faces | 29.7.-20.8.2016

HANNU LUKIN & MEERI LUKIN

July 29 – August 20

Vernissage | Opening: Friday 29.7.2016, 19:00

Hannu Lukin is a Finnish artist, painting a large scale works with oil on canvas. In recent years he has been traveling around Europe and Asia, painting portraits of the locals. In his journeys, painting worked as a way to communicate and connect with people, when there was no shared language.

http://hannulukin.net

Meeri Lukin is an artist working with sound and video. Her works are poetic, audiovisual narrations about themes such as value of human life, and fear and hope in the era of global eco-catastrophes.

http://www.meerilukin.com

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Toolbox Art Space

Koloniestraße 120

Berlin 13359

Germany
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‎ITO – Part 1 | 24.7.2016

Frauke butoh dance performance with
Julia Holzberger 4 channel sound performance

Sunday 24.7. at 8pm
Duration: 45 min
FREE ENTRANCE

FRAUKE / Caroline Lundblad
Frauke is a choreographer with a focus on butoh and performance. She is based in Gothenburg, Sweden, but also does work internationally.

www.frauke.se

Julia Holzberger
Composer & Sound Artist
Lives and works in Berlin.

http://www.juliaholzberger.de

Photo credits: Photo: Mile Nagaoka, Costume: Hiromi Onodera