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Across the Way With...
— Shimmer & PUBLICS

—Shimmer (Rotterdam) and PUBLICS (Helsinki) present Across The Way With... an informal online reading aloud program on intimacy in the public domain. Going live in May 2020, with a growing list of readers from Finland, The Netherlands and across the world.

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Bodytalk
— Simo Vassinen, Roope Mokka & Maria F. Scaroni

Bodytalk investigates the crossing points and possible new unions of futures research with dance and physicality — with a specific zoom into rave and club culture. The quarantine time serves as the first step in a long-term project which aims to better understand what role the body could play in imagining better futures.

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Unheroic Labours #2
— Charles Quevillon & Maija Tammi in collaboration with Tedd Robinson

Unheroic Labours #2 is a collaboration between artist duo Charles Quevillon and Maija Tammi and Canadian choreographer Tedd Robinson. The work is a short video piece and a performance, that examines immortality and the human position amongst other creatures. The artists aim to combine movements of fresh-water polyps, hydra, creatures that do not age at all, to human dance movements.

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A room with a View
— Maria Korkeila

Through A Room with a View Maria Korkeila embarks on an audiovisual correspondence with her fellow creatives. Based on visual, auditive and conceptual research, Korkeila has composed, recorded and produced music and sound. She then sent the material to her collaborators, who made edits, remixes or novel tracks based on the given material.

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World Wide Window
— Mikki Nordman

World Wide Window is an art archive aiming at telling the story of the COVID-19's journey and its effects on society. Using historical symbolism, numerical data and algorithms that read global COVID-19 statistics, Nordman creates work that pictures the pandemic's daily evolution.

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Care Practice: Recipes for Resilience
— Ceci Moss & Jenni Nurmenniemi

Care Practice : Recipes for Resilience is a public online program highlighting the role played by care as a key to cultural resilience. Considering care as a main principle of sustainability for future art practices, the project is conceptualized and coordinated around three online multidisciplinary gatherings, taking place in June 2020.

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Decarbonize
— Aapo Nikkanen

Through his project, Aapo Nikkanen wants to look to the future, to the times after the crisis. His project is taking advantage of the current state of emergency to build a long-lasting and international network of specialists that creates both new information and acts as a springboard for Nikkanen's artistic practices.

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DEMO
— Pekka Airaxin, Caterina Avataneo & Felice Moramarco

DEMO is an online moving image festival exploring the theme of "Contagion" as an aesthetic and political paradigm. A series of screenings and special projects by international artists and researchers will be presented on an online platform, taking the form of an experimental spatial environment and narrative.

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Felt the Moonlight on my Feet
Jani Ruscica, Sam Watson & Suzanna Pezo

First developed in 2017 as a programme of live performance at MHKA Museum of Contemporary Art (Antwerp, Belgium), Felt the Moonlight on my Feet has been revisited to explore the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemia. Keeping the original concept of highlighting poems that have in the course of their existence been censored for certain socio-political reasons, the new development of the project will rest upon Walt Whitman's poem 'Song of Myself' (1855).

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Monitor Man in the Time of Pandemic
Yassine Khaled

Originally based on virtual communication in public space, Khaled's new short film, Monitor Man in the Time of Pandemic, explores the private space - homes of isolated participants all across the world.

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Where from Here
Lenore Malen & Samir Bhowmik

Questioning the paradoxical nature of freedom in times of quarantine and virtual isolation, Where From Here, takes you on a remote correspondence between Hudson, New York and Helsinki. The exchange between Lenore Malen and Samir Bhowmilk takes the form of video performances and readings.

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World-Body
Jenna Sutela & Ella Plevin

World-Body is an online playable gift-myth of this time and these bodies we are living through. Artist Jenna Sutela and writer Ella Plevin believe in the power of storytelling and cosmological narrative.

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H-ome
— Emrecan Tanis

H-ome is a dance movie that will look at our daily lives from a surrealistic perspective and capture them onto film in this extraordinary situation that affects the whole world.

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In-Between
— Anna Nykyri

In In-Between, the visual artist, choreographer and filmmaker Anna Nykyri, collaborates with three photographers in different cities across the globe - Helsinki, Mexico City, and New York. The fruit of their collaboration - a short film - explores the current cityscapes and their relationship with the transient bodies that avoid contact with each other.

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Out from the Flood
— Invisible Flock & SubZero

Out from the Flood is a continued collaboration between Invisible Flock and Subzero that will result in the creation of an online generative data visualization exploring the environmental data, measured at the Oulanka Research Station live as it unfolds over this unusual time.

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Soft Variations - ONLINE
— Sonya Lindfors

SOFT VARIATIONS — ONLINE  is a choreographic score for brown performers both professional and unprofessional. Inspired by the scores of the sixties postmodernists and the notion of personal as political the piece creates a landscape where questions of blackness, otherness, neutrality, contemporaneity and belonging are unsettled.

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Unum
— Sakari Männistö

Curated by circus artist Sakari Männistö, Unum is a series of virtual, °360 circus performances experienced through a mobile phone or tablet and headphones. Latin for 'solitary', Unum performances are performed alone, and experienced alone, but the performer and viewer are in the same space through the immersive nature of the °360 video format. 

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We need to talk about the future
— Anne Pajunen and Psychopomp! Theatre Collective

With We Need To Talk About The Future Psychopomp! Theatre Collective embarks on a journey of reimagining the future by questioning what it means to be human, or rather posthuman in this ever-changing world.

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Network
— Caracara Collective

The short film, Network, tells a story about mycelium, the root network of mushrooms. It shows how a single growing organism can encourage international collaboration and self-sufficiency, and become the key ingredient of environmentally friendly design.

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Keep in Touch
comic journal
— Miila Westin

Keep in Touch by Miila Westin is a comic journal, in which she documents women's lives - their thoughts and survival methods - across the globe during the pandemic. The emerging themes  are based upon women's observations, fears and the different ways of dealing with uncertainties.

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