Kirsi Reinolan Mediataide sarja esillä

Posted on huhti 8, 2014 in Asennus, Näyttely, Vuokraus

Parhaillaan käynnissä olevien Aave festivaalien yhtenä osana Lasipalatsin näyttelytilassa on esillä Kirsi Reinolan ohjaama sarja mediataitelijoista. Ikahu oli mukana tukemassa festivaalia ja toteutti tämän kokonaisuuden installoinnin tilaan.

http://www.aavefestival.org/aave-2014/side-events/installations/mediataide/

Kirsi Reinola`s six-part TV documentary series for YLE about Finnish media artists is presented as an installation during the festival at Lasipalatsi in Helsinki next to Bio Rex. The series presents a variety of the different technologies, styles and eras of media art approached with common sense and humour. Episodes include either the whole works or clips and documentation for the works. The main focus is in the art works and the artists thoughts about media art in general.

The series shows, for instance, Anssi Kasitonni filming his space musical at Kuhmalahti Workers’ Hall, Mika Taanila running the Expanded Pori live performance with numerous projectors and Marjatta Oja experimenting projections in her studio. The first episodes are broadcasted also at Yle Teema TV channel starting from Wednesday, March 26. The series has been produced by Silva Mysterium Oy, together with the Finnish Art Association.

Welcome to the exhibition opening on Monday, 7th April, starting 6pm!

 

INSTALLATIONS: KIRSI REINOLA – MEDIATAIDE
MON–SUN 7.-13.4.2014, Kirjan tila (Left of Bio Rex) 12:00–18:00
Address: Lasipalatsi, Mannerheimintie 22-24, Helsinki

 

All the artists in the series are:
Anssi Kasitonni – media art clown
Mika Taanila – the moving image archaeologist
Heta Kuchka – community and identity
Jani Ruscica – sculptor of image
Marjatta Oja – situation sculptures
Anneli Nygren – a self-taught pioneer

The first episodes are broadcasted also at Yle Teema TV channel starting from Wednesday, March 26. The series has been produced by Silva Mysterium Oy, together with the Finnish Art Association.

http://teema.yle.fi/ohjelmat/juttuarkisto/mediataide

 

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