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An essay on and a collection of audio documentation of performances by Antonín Brinda. We are used to see photos from performances as well as we watch the (edited or not) video documentations. It does not matter if it is … Continued
This year the international performance and Live Art festival New Performance Turku Festival provides an opportunity for a group of writers to publish their experiences and analyses of performances seen at the festival. The writers have free hands in the … Continued
The writers are Hanna Dufva, Heidi B., Sinituuli Viljanen, Hanna Seppänen, Turun Fiktiiviset Tietokirjoittajat Group, Jani Petteri Virta, Annika Dahlsten, Heidi Pitkänen and David Frankovich. Hanna Dufva Heidi B. Sinituuli Viljanen Hanna Seppänen Turun Fiktiiviset Tietokirjoittajat -group Jani … Continued
Six students of the Live Art and Performance Studies program at the Helsinki University of Arts write about performances and artists at the New Performance Turku Festival. They will also open the discussions at the Afterwork Discussion events during the … Continued
The New Performance Turku Festival seminar on Tuesday 29th of September addresses processes of collaboration between performance art, science and society. It is organised as part of New Performance Turku Festival. The speakers will approach the theme through their practices … Continued
Preparations for this year’s New Performance Turku Festival are well underway. From 28th of September to 4th of November Turku is once again the venue for new Finnish and international performance and live art. The festival programme will be released … Continued
Floating Platforms is a project exploring dialogue between performance art and both science and humanities. It is organized by New Performance Turku Festival and Aboagora Symposium. In the Floating Platforms project 12 researchers and performance artists have a possibility to explore … Continued