Finnish Media Art at Ewha International Media Art Presentation
A vast array of Finnish media art is presented at EMAP (Ewha International Media Art Presentation), held in Seoul, South Korea, from May 23–29. Established in 2001, EMAP is an open-air sound and moving image festival with Ewha Womans University campus area as its venue.
To mark the 130th anniversary of the Ewha Womans University, the festival has a special theme “S.O.S. Save Our Souls. Art for a Time of Urgencies.” Lecturer Pontus Kyander with his team (Anastasia Isakova, Ulla Pitkänen, Katariina Timonen) has curated a special film selection and a series of screenings with works from Finnish art schools and AV-arkki. Mika Taanila’s Tectonic Plate will have its Asian premiere at EMAP. The themes of the screenings range from “Futures Lost, Futures Regained” to “My Body is My Battleground”.
In addition, following works by AV-arkki’s artists are included in the programme, for schedule and further details, see EMAP website:
Anu Pennanen & Stephane Querreq: Staande! / Standing! (2013, 38:14)
EMAP, Seoul, The Republic of Korea, May 23–29
More information: EMAP: Save Our Souls