Helsinki Meeting Point

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The Helsinki Meeting Point presents: Lihaa Tilassa & Layers @ Ylioppilasteatteri 18.4.2015

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The Helsinki Meeting Point presents this time works by artists engaged in the practice of improvisation. With this non-standard HMP event, we are happy to open a new window into this art form.

Saturday 18.4.2015, 19:00

Ylioppilasteatteri, Mannerheimintie 3 B, Helsinki

Tickets: 8/4€ cash only (free entrance for members of Ylioppilasteatteri)
Following the performances the audience is warmly invited to stay for a feedback session, specially structured to help supporting the work of the artists.

LIHAA TILASSA is an improvisation group established 2014 in Helsinki. The group consists of dance artists Aino Ojanen, Noora Aaltonen and Nadja Pärssinen and sound artist Joonatan Elokuu. Light artist Juho Ryhänen will also take part in the performance at Ylioppilasteatteri.

“Our performance is a dialogue between movement, music and light. Three dancers, musician and a light artist come together in a space and create a performance, where improvisation and the storytelling have no preset rules. The form an the the meaning of the performance are born unexpectedly in the now.”

LAYERS – TWO IMPROVISATION SOLOS by Pia Lindy and Heini Nukari
“We both have a wide experience working with improvisation on performance. We decided to come together and share a process of making solo improvisations hoping to find new skills, layers, directions and to break some old routines. We are both also interested in how sound and talking can be part of the moving.”

Heini Nukari: For me improvisation is a very accurate and concentrated working tool which allows me to continually regenerate and develop movement and vocal material. I like to be pushed out of my comfort zone towards unknown waters where I might not be sure about my identity anymore. I am interested in exploring the multiple human layers which we all have inside us.

Pia Lindy: How to jump into the unknown without losing myself totally or if that happens, what then? How to stay open to different kinds of dialogues and ways of articulating the unknown? How is the society embodied and visible in me?

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