You Go Where You’re Sent

Laura Horelli
New work
The starting point of You Go Where You’re Sent is the director’s grandmother’s participation in the Berlin Olympics in 1936 as a member of the Finnish women’s gymnastic team. The conversation is based on her photo albums. After the war, the grandmother served her nation as a diplomat's wife. She... Read more »

You Kill Me

Sari Tervaniemi
New work
'You Kill Me' is a love story dressed as a vampire tale. The short film is at the same time both playful and sad. It reports on mental violence inherent in the refusal to communicate. The locations are romantic, like The Smiths’ rock videos from the 1980s. There is no dialogue but the soundtrack has a physical... Read more »

You Know We Got Some Rules Here

Marcus Lerviks
New work
Video and sound installation across two rooms. In each room is a monitor and a speaker, each monitor shows a 30-minute video loop of a person walking from room to room which was filmed in the gallery prior to the exhibition. The audio speaks directions to the viewer on how to move from one room to the... Read more »

Your Songs Take Me To A Place I've Never Been

Johanna Lecklin
New work
Three people sing an especially composed song in which the lyrics have been based on fan letters meant for the late musician Nike Drake. The visuals are a reference to a series of photographs of Drake himself standing in front of a brick wall as people pass him by. ‘Your Songs Transport Me to A Place... Read more »

Night Train

Juha Mäki-Jussila
New work

In the semi-abstract, experimental animation, something unusual happens during a train journey through a dark landscape.

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Zone

Marika Orenius
New work
'Zone' investigates different public spheres in Glasgow and the mental states they represent. The locations of the video are a football stadium, a shopping center, a disco and a church. Light has an important role in 'Zone', also in a philosophical sense, for it comments on the way we live today. Natural light was once... Read more »

ZOO

Salla Tykkä
New work
A woman photographs zoo cages. The animals stare back, following her with their eyes. The voyeur and the object change places. The woman plunges into deep water where a game of violent underwater rugby is taking place. She returns to the surface to breathe, but the stares and the camera's viewfinder block her escape route. In... Read more »

Zoom

Juha van Ingen
New work

Zoom is a video about speed, distance and perspective. It is shot from a deck of a ship. The camera zooms into the waves generated by the ship. The speed of the ship seems to change as the camera zooms closer and the waves start to dissolve into an abstract animation.

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Suddenly, Last Summer

Juha Mäki-Jussila
New work

Suddenly, Last Summer is an experimental animation based freely on the play of the same title by Tennesee Willams. Some fragments of the original play are restaged frame by frame by new botanical performers.

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Don´t Touch

Maija Saksman
New work

Don't Touch presents an eerie vignette in a rustic 19th century interior. Intense atmosphere builds up and is released by an unexpected touch.

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Whispering in a Friend's Mouth

Hannaleena Hauru
New work

Two friends painting a graffiti on a shop window in their home village in central Finland have ended up kissing. The experimental short film, which juxtaposes events happening in two different times, examines the border between platonic and romantic love.

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Finitudes

Kari Yli-Annala
New work

A view from the window of an airplane shows the relation between the worlds and the chaotic substance of which the worlds are made of. The clouds lose their shape on the edge of the window and make a reappearance in the reflection. In the end we get clumsy and stumble down, out of the worlds.

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-..-

Seppo Renvall
New work

The work shows pedestrian walk signs painted on the street. The signs have been filmed during one year. The name of the film is also a sign which can be read: as before, as previously. The repetitive piece refers to the beautiful emotion: longing for something that was before.

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'75 Mainstream Catastrophe

Kari Yli-Annala
New work

The video recycles images from the Hollywood film Airport '75 (1975). The aviation accident becomes a metaphor of the crisis in society and between people in general. The video is a tribute to 1970's and disaster film.

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(Dis)Integrator

Juha van Ingen
New work

In (Dis)Intergrator a sequence from Kurt Neumann´s 'The Fly', made in 1958, is copied with a VHS recorder. Then the copy is copied again. This process is repeated until the video signal disintegrates into noise and finally disappears into darkness.

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(I'm having) The Time of My Life

Cecilia Stenbom
New work

'(I'm having) the Time of My Life' is a reconstruction of the 1986 hit movie Dirty Dancing. In this version the female character is replaced by director Stenbom. The work investigates the encounters with a fictional sex symbol, Johnny, and a real individual, the director.

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(IN)

Mikko Kallinen
New work
In the virtual universe of the work, a dancer interacts with floating artificial-organic constructions. Biological being meets alien architecture. They communicate in a choreographic level with inner space distortions and extreme speed variations. This interaction creates unrealistic mystical atmosphere. Sound design... Read more »

00:01

Saila Puranen
New work

The Gulf War, a media nightmare, violates the homely peace. But are the newspapers only paper, and the news only ink? Is it possible to make sense of the consequences and the dimensions of these phenomena? The piece observes the world literally from the point of view of a home video.

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1/10

Markus Renvall
New work

The piece deals with communication using the phrase: "If you criticize somebody once, you have to praise him ten times to restore the balance" as its starting point.

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