Year of the Goat – Harakka Shore (installation)

Arlander Annette

Part 1. The artist is walking with a blue scarf on her shoulders from south to north (or left to right in the image) past the camera on Harakka Island, 54 times, approximately once a week from March 2003 to March 2004. Part 2. The artist is walking with a blue scarf on her shoulders past the camera but a little further away from it on Harakka Island, on the same occasions. Part 3. The artist is standing with a blue scarf on her shoulders on the shore on Harakka Island and looking out to sea, on the same occasions. Part 4. The same shore on Harakka Island video filmed 54 times on the same occasions.

Production Year
2004
Duration
00:13:39
Tyyppi
Asiasana
Original Title
Vuohen vuosi – Harakan ranta (installaatio)
Finnish Title
Vuohen vuosi – Harakan ranta (installaatio)
English Title
Year of the Goat – Harakka Shore (installation)
Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
No
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Sound
Yes
Cast
Annette Arlander (Author)
Press Photos
Annette Arlander is a Helsinki-based artist, researcher and a pedagogue, one of the pioneers of Finnish performance art and a trailblazer of artistic research. She graduated as a director from Theatre Academy in 1981 and as Doctor of Art in 1999. Arlander was Professor of Performance Art and Theory at Theatre Academy 2001–13, Professor of Artistic Research 2015-16 at University of the Arts Helsinki and visiting professor at Stockholm University of the Arts. Her art work focuses on performing (in, with, through) landscape by means of video or recorded voice, in the border zone between performance art, video and environmental art.

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