13 Sep 2019
HIAP is one of the partners of Gathering for Rehearsing Hospitalities, an event series organised by Frame Contemporary Art Finland with numerous collaborators.
The programme during 9-14 September features many recent and current HIAP residents: Marjolijn Dijkman, Martta Tuomaala, Clelia Coussonnet, Marie-Andrée Godin and Tereza Jindrová.
On Saturday 14 September afternoon HIAP hosts a gathering on Suomenlinna island, presenting Reclaiming Vision, a film by Marjolijn Dijkman and Toril Johannessen, an online audio piece by Myriagon (Tuomas A. Laitinen and Jenni Nurmenniemi) and a visit to the HIAP residency studios.
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REHEARSING HOSPITALITIES PROGRAMME/ SATURDAY 14 SEPTEMBER
11:00- 13:00 Bread Omens, firing of the oven, Kontula Public Library, Ostostie 4
13.45 K2K2K Commuter Salon & Speakeasy, Market square – Suomenlinna (meet at Suomenlinna ferry terminal Market Square)
14:00 Suomenlinna ferry
14:30 Guests meeting at Levyhalli to watch Reclaiming Vision
15:00 Walk to studios (with Audio listening of “Wet Code” by Myriagon)
15:10 Meeting residents at HIAP studios
16: 00 (Approx.) Food and drink served in Johan Tobias Studio
17.00 K2K2K Commuter Salon & Speakeasy Suomenlinna – towards Today is our Tomorrow at Kaiku club
Note: Please bring your mobile phone (or some other mobile device which can connect to internet) and headphones, the audio piece will be listened via personal devices while walking. Only some headphones will be available from HIAP
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Marjolijn Dijkman and Toril Johannessen: Reclaiming Vision
Captured through a light microscope, Reclaiming Vision features a diverse cast of microorganisms, sampled from brackish water, alongside algae, cultivated in a lab. The film reveals various processes in the water that are hidden to the naked human eye. By investigating the brackish water, its inhabitants, its properties, and the traces left by human activities, the film is a reflection upon the relationship we humans have with our surroundings, especially through what we cannot see.
Myriagon: Wet Code
Fusing together hydrophilic future fiction and research on underwater acoustics, this experimental audio piece asks questions about knowledge formation in in relation to varied bodies of water and their inhabitants.