Sound and media artist Jukka Hautamäki (b. 1971 Oulu) lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. Hautamäki works with found materials, electronics, sound, light and video. The works, which are often presented in the form of an media installation. Hautamäki’s bodily sound performances are microscopic studies into electronic sound. His live setup consists mainly of diy sound devices, which he manipulates in real time by changing components and reconnecting circuits. Hautamäki experiments with elements such as under-hood work lights, solar cells, potatoes, electromagnetic sources, coil mics, diy amps and radio waves.
During the HIAP residency, Hautamäki is working with topics related to perception, new materiality, user interface in sound art performance and experiential learning in various education environments.