Kaliki (installation)

Teemu Mäki

'KALIKI' is a music video in three parts, based on a solo cello piece by the same name, composed by Max Savikangas. The ‘KALIKI’ composition is played three times by cellist Markus Hohti over the duration of the video, each time is it accompanied by a different image track. First, we see a striptease performance by a female dancer, second is abstract digital graphics, and third, we see a contemporary dance performed by another female dancer. The three parts can be shown together or separately so the duration varies between five and fifteen minutes, an installation version is also available, in which four synchronised video tracks are projected onto the walls of a single room.

Production Year
2005
Duration
00:05:00
Type
Genre
Tags
Original Title
Kaliki (installation)
Finnish Title
Kaliki (installation)
English Title
Kaliki (installation)
Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
No
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Sound
Yes
Cast
Teemu Mäki (Author), Max Savikangas (Composer), Teemu Mäki (Director), Koskela Art & Media House (Producer), Teemu Mäki (Script), Kimmo Koskela (Camera), Metsälintu Pahkinen (Choreographer), AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture (Funder), Pauliina (Online Editing), Metsälintu Pahkinen (Online Editing)
Teemu Mäki (b. 1967) is an artist, theatre director, writer and researcher. He completed his PhD in 2005 and worked as a Professor in Aalto University during 2008–13. Mäki works in the fields of art, philosophy and politics. The results are visual art, theater, literature or theory. For Mäki art is the most flexible, versatile and comprehensive form of philosophy and politics. His works have been presented in museums and galleries in Finland and abroad, as well as in theatres, film screenings and festivals.

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