PERFORMANCE VOYAGE 6 Tour
in Toolbox: Monday, 18.4. 8pm
A series of international video performances on the theme of ‘Future/Tomorrow’
The videos for this year’s Performance Voyage have been published and the project has started its world tour. The collection is a series of international video performances produced by Artists’ Association MUU. The premiere exhibition at the Finnish Institute in Stockholm was festively opened on the 10th of March.
The next screening will be held on the 18th of April in the Projektraum TOOLBOX – Finnish-German Art Space, Berlin, Germany.
The tour compilation of 14 video performances will be shown as a part of the international Index Performance Festival. The spring season’s other tour locations include Wrocław.
Performance Voyage 6 artists:
Caroline Blais (Canada),
James Duesing (USA), Roberto Fassone (Italy), Rick Fisher & Don Rice (Canada), Andrew de Freitas (New Zealand/Canada/Brazil), Stefan Hurtig (Germany), Henri Hütt (Estonia), Linda Lenssen (The Netherlands), Michael Mallis (USA), Roberta Orlando (Italy), Johanna Reich (Germany), Pia Sirén (Finland), Niko Skorpio (Finland), Willem Wilhelmus (The Netherlands/Finland) & Tomasz Szrama (Poland/Finland).
READ MORE ABOUT THE ARTISTS AND THEIR WORKS:
- 11 Mar – 9 Apr: The Finnish Institute in Stockholm, Sweden
- 18 Mar: Index International Performance Festival, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
- 14 Apr – 17 Apr: FAR OFF art fair, Cologne, Germany
- 18 Apr: Projektraum TOOLBOX – Finnish-German Art Space, Berlin, Germany
- 14 May – 5 Jun: ‘AIM Wrocław 2016’, Barbara, Wrocław, Poland
The tour continues in the summer with locations in France, USA, Italy and elsewhere. Additional information later!
READ MORE ABOUT THE TOUR LOCATIONS:
The works in Performance Voyage 6 were chosen from submissions received in response to an international open call. The theme Future/Tomorrow inspired artists to explore our ever receding future and search for thing as-yet-to-be, whether future hopes or dystopias of desperation. How do we see the future? What hopes, fears and expectations does it awaken in us? Artists around the world were invited to send in their visions of the future, which could be the literal tomorrow, the world in the year 2050, or something inexplicably far away from us both in time and in space.
The works were selected by a jury composed of Annette Arlander (artist and professor), Juha-Heikki Tihinen (curator, Pro Artibus Foundation) and Timo Soppela (director, MUU).
PERFORMANCE VOYAGE SINCE 2011 – The Performance Voyage project was launched in 2011 as an ancillary event of the Amorph! festival. Since then it has become a staple part of the annual project operations of MUU, and it has increased in prominence every year. The purpose of the Performance Voyage project is also to record and document transitory performances and thereby to extend their life also beyond the moment itself.
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