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Unfinished Friday #106

Feb 23rd 2024 , 19:30 22:00

We are excited to present the 106th volume of our work-in-progress series, Unfinished Fridays, featuring new works/excerpts by resident artists and special guests:

Nadja Pärssinen, Marlon Barrios Solano, Seunghwan Lee, Markus Lauterbach 

Programme Below

Entrance Free. Please Register:

Looking For Someone To Be – By Seung Hwan Lee

I can decide to be who I want, but what causes me to make that decision? What led me to make that decision? What influences did I receive from what sources?

Wanderlust project  – Let the wandering talk on it´s own behalf – By Nadja Pärssinen 

In the Let the wandering talk on it´s own way multidisciplinary dance piece, choreographer and dancer Nadja Pärssinen and sound artist Ruby Rose explore the corporeality of wandering in the dialogue of movement, sound and video works. The material of the dance piece has been collected from 12-hour long Trolltunga hike in Norway 2020. The Trolltunga hike is one of the most famous landscape destinations both in Norway and internationally. What kind of wandering brings visible has been very important question for Pärssinen who has been working with the Wanderlust project over 3 years. 

Dancing Shapes- By Markus Lauterbach

Dancers: Seung Hwan Lee, Naïma Mazic, Music: Frank Zerban, VIsual Art: Markus Lauterbach

Markus Lauterbach is a visual artist and researcher in Human-Computer- Interaction. For „Dancing Shapes“ he combines augmented reality with dance performances by Seung Hwan Lee and Naïma Mazic. The performers will create virtual spatial sculptures emphasizing motions and emotions in real time. The piece will be performed to a live set by electronic music artist Frank Zerban.

Lost in Latent Space  | Entangled with Algorithms and Hyperobjects – By Marlon Barrios Solano

“This is the unseeable space in which machine learning makes its meaning. Beyond that which we are incapable of visualizing is that which we are incapable of even understanding.”  James Bridle