Art Festival Toortuumik

Program includes exhibition, dance performances, artist talks and more.

During one-week residency invited artists will create workshop activities, artistic-research related to biosemiotics, site specific installations in natural settings using eco-friendly materials combined with electronic communications. Dance students will also work on performances inspired by the location.

PARTICIPANTS: Taavi Suisalu (EST), Laura Beloff (FIN/DNK), Juan Duarte (MEX/DEU), Elena Redaelli (ITA), Eva Bubla (HUN), 10 new media and dance students from Baltic and Nordic Art Universities (DaMa)

Program includes exhibition, dance performances, artist talks and more. Residency program is filled with workshops. Juan Duarte is going to run a workshop on building instruments for sonic interaction with the environment and augmented listening. http://juanduarteregino.com/Artefactos-Eolicos

ORGANISERS: Lilli Tölp & Karin Lasn (Maalabor), Henri Hütt (DaMa), Andrew Paterson (Pixelache)

DaMa is part of Nordic / Baltic networks of higher level Dance education institutions and New Media education institutions. It organizes annual courses, exchanges and workshops which take place in Finland, Sweden, Iceland, Denmark, Latvia, Estonia and/or Lithuania. http://medialappi.net/dama/

Pixelache Helsinki is an association of artists, cultural producers, thinkers and activists involved in the creation of emergent and experimental cultural activities. Amongst their fields of interest are: experimental interaction and electronics, renewable energy production/use, audiovisual culture, media literacy & ecology and engaging environmental issues. Pixelache contributes to Toortuumik as part of its BioSignals project about site-specific sound art, narrations and nature-based data streams by human and non-human cultural producers during Summer-Autumn 2018. The project is funded by Nordic Culture Contact Art & Culture programme. http://pixelache.ac/pages/about < > https://www.pixelache.ac/projects/biosignals



Toortuumik on perifreersetel aladel toimuv rahvusvaheline uusmeedia, maastiku-, tantsu- ja biokunsti festival. Sündmuse avapäevale eelneb viis päeva kestev Põhjamaade uusmeedia ja tantsukunstnike residentuuriprogramm (DaMa network workshop), mille kestel valmivad kohaspetsiifilised tehnoloogilised ja orgaanilised loometeosed. Muusikat mängib DJ ja toitlustust pakuvad kohalikud pop-up kodukohvikud.

Osalejad:

Taavi Suisalu (EST)

Laura Beloff (FIN/DNK)

Juan Duarte (MEX/DEU)

Elena Redaelli (ITA)

Eva Bubla (HUN)

10 uusmeedia ja tantsutudengit Põhja- ja Baltimaade ülikoolidest (DaMa Network)

DJ Urmas Isand (EST)

Miks festivali külastada?

Visuaalkunsti näituseid ollakse harjutud esitlema ja külastama valgetes steriilsetes galeriiruumides ja tantsuetendusi viiakse läbi pigem blackboxi mustade seinte vahel. Uuenduslik ja unikaalne on korraldatav kultuurisündmus nii kunstnikele kui ka kunstihuvilisele just seetõttu, et looming tuuakse loodusesse - Väinamere kaldale, kus puuduvad teost piiritlevad ruumide raamid.

• Kõik on oodatud! Tegemist on avaliku kogu pere üritusega, kuhu on oodatud igas vanuses inimesed;

• Kutsume inimesi tutvuma vähe tähelepanu saanud looduskauni paigaga Eestimaal;

• Festival on rahvusvaheline, mis toob Eestile tuntust;

• Teeme koostööd! Kutsume vabatahtlikke appi talgutele ja installatsioone ehitama (kirjuta maalabor@gmail.com).

Korraldajad:

Lilli Tölp (Maalabor)

Andrew Paterson (Pixelache)

Henri Hütt (DaMa Network)

Toetajad:

Virtsu Kool

Nordplus

Eesti Kultuurkapital

Nordic Culture Contact Art & Culture programme

Saku

Tele2

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