Atmospheric Choreography: Mars

Atmospheric Choreography: Mars is a speculative choreography project, which explores the practice of choreography in Martian conditions. Extreme cold, unbreathable atmosphere, constant radiation from space, toxic soil, and low gravity set the conditions for choreographic to emerge. The physical environmental terrain transforms human body’s muscle mass, bone density, and organ function. The project explores the […]

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spof

spof refers to the words ‘single point of failure’ and here I think of it loosely as a flaw in an ability to recognize the motional surrounding circumstance and changes in the materiality of it. This flaw produces spoffing and a spof. Through spoffing, I experiment with the relation in between place and space, in […]

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Meteor

Meteor is a project which combines an artistic research essay and a Twitter -account PlanetaryMovements. It is an inquiry to the choreographic techno-eco-somatic practice, which explores how the immediacy of the somatic practice and the hypermediacy of the body using technological device mediate each other? How does the choreographic emerge in between these practices? How […]

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Choreography as a reading practice – research workshop / Critical Path / Sydney

‘Choreography as a reading practice’ indicates to that history of Choreography in which choreographic practice is understood as a writing practice. In my doctoral artistic research project I examine choreography as a reading practice based on the artistic, experiential and ethical shift that has happened in my choreographic practice when it comes to thinking about […]

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A matfighter

  A dancemat is commonly used object in the studios and stages in the field of performing arts. A dancemat offers a techno-industrial plane, which rubs off and erases the characteristics of the surface beneath it attempting to homogenize the surface of the space. It offers a feeling of safety and it is an ideal […]

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A shadowcatcher

”This morning the ice- and snow-covered Kilpisjärvi is in incessant movement. It magnetizes me. I dress up the overalls, take the poles and walk on the ice.” The assemblage of the human, nature and movement is present in various scales in the biological station, in which the Ars Bioarctica residency takes place. Diagrams, charts and […]

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Ars Bioarctica Residency

I spent 27.3. – 9.4.2016 in Kilpisjärvi in Ars Bioarctica Residency. During the residency period I experimented with the relations in between my body and the arctic circumstances. Here are two experiments that I processed within the residency period: Snowsmosis and The statistics of throwing a snowball. Residency blog: http://www.kilpiscope.net/residency/?cat=203   FIN Työskentelin koreografisten tutkimuskysymysteni […]

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