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PERFORMANCE VOYAGE 4 - an exhibition in MUU Gallery, 2014

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PERFORMANCE VOYAGE 4 - A Series of International Video Performances on the theme "Self-Portrait" 4--27 April 2014, MUU Gallery, Helsinki, Finland Performance Voyage 4 showcases video performances by 15 artists and collectives. The compilation was made from among work submitted in response to an open international call for artists. The theme of self-portrait offers a variety of possibilities for the artists as well as the audience: the works challenge spectators to reflect upon their own self as well. The themes in Performance Voyage 4 include identity as an act and as a process; autobiography and everyone's right to their own story; the artist in a social context; the self in relation to others and otherness; and more. The submissions comprised over 200 video performances from different social contexts. Artists: Romulo Banares (Spain) Anastasia Ax & Marja-Leena Sillanpää (Sweden) Alex Bodea (Romania/Germany) Elina Brotherus (Finland) Cristian Chironi (Italy) Chun Hua Catherine Dong (China/Canada) Allison Halter (USA/Germany) Constantin Hartenstein (Germany) Marja Helander (Finland) Marianne Myungah Kim (Korea/USA) Verica Kovacevska (Macedonia/Switzerland) Julia Kurek (Poland) Marika Orenius (Finland) Benas Šarka (Lithuania) Minna Suoniemi (Finland) The jury members for the Performance Voyage 4 were Taina Erävaara (Degree Programme Manager, Turku University of Applied Sciences), Leena Kela (Regional Artist of Performance Art, Arts Council of Varsinais-Suomi) and Timo Soppela (Director, Artists' Association MUU/MUU Gallery). Video documentation: Marja Helena Kinnunen. http://www.muu.fi

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