Friday 6th October, 16-20
Saturday 7th October, 12-16
Sunday 8th October, 12-16
@ TURKU MAIN LIBRARY, UUTISTORI (1st floor)
Pilvi Porkola: The Nomad Library
The Nomad Library is a performance installation, an audio play and series of participatory acts focusing on idea of library and imagining. It’s an adaptation of Pilvi Porkola’s site-specific performance Library essays, part 1 “Elephants are always drawn smaller than life” she did in Maunula library Helsinki in December 2016
Written and performed by Pilvi Porkola.
Sound design by Pauli Riikonen.
Written and edited by Pilvi Porkola.
Translated and performed by Hannah Maria Ouramo.
Technical consulting by Jusa Porkola.
Pilvi Porkola is an artist and researcher. Her interests are autobiographical performances and art and daily life. She is working as an artistic researcher in Finland’s Academy funded project “How to Do Things with Performance?”. Currently she holds a post of professorship in Artistic Research in Uniarts, Helsinki.