"For What is Worth" in Frozen Species Exhibition

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Abstract

The exhibition is performed by 17 foreign artists living in Helsinki and organized by the curator/artists Gian Luigi Biagini (IT) and John Dunn (Cascadia). The artists will build their own totem-installation and strive to express their own specific wording within a cold environment in which they are frozen. Manifestations in Suvilahti: 15.-28.2.: Frozen species freezers, installation in front of Oranssi (Valvomo, building 11) 22.2.: Frozen species make noise convergence at Oranssi, at 6-10pm 26.2.-26.3.: Exhibition, frozen species cover walls in Eskus - Performance Center, opening 26.2. at 6- 9pm (Puhdistamo, building 6, 2. floor), open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm List of participating artists: Anastasia Artemeva (Russia) Gian Luigi Biagini (Italy) Charli Clark (UK) John Dunn (Cascadia) Vito Giorgio (Glarus) Alexei Gordin (Estonia) Jon Irigoyen (Basque Country/Spain) Lineta Liduma/MARLETA(Latvia) Steve Maher (Ireland) Martina Miño (Ecuador) Ranjit Menon (India) Marek Pluciennik (Poland/Canada) Roberto Pugliese (Italy) Martinš Rozenfelds//MARLETA (Latvia) Arlene Tucker(USA/Taiwan) Ernest Truely (USA/EE) Júlia Valle (Brazil)
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015
MoE publication typeF2 Public partial realisation of a work of art

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