Gallery Sinne is organising a series of conversations about the exhibition Social Videoscapes from the North. The exhibition, curated by Lorella Scacco, was recently presented in Tammisaari, Finland and Milan, Italy. The exhibition showed the video production of five established artists: Maria Friberg (Sweden), Siri Hermansen (Norway), Eva Koch (Denmark), Rúrí (Iceland), Mika Taanila (Finland). The project continues now with seminars in the form of conversations between the curator and two of the artists in the group, Eva Koch and Mika Taanila, showing some extracts of their videos.
A conversation between Mika Taanila and Lorella Scacco
11 Nov 2013, 6 PM
Starting from the piece My Silence, included in the group show, the focus of the dialogue will be the documentary aspect of Taanila’s art research. Finnish film director and video artist Mika Taanila, active between visual arts and documentary film, part of the latest edition of Documenta (13), is showing his work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma from the 1st of November.
A conversation between Eva Koch and Lorella Scacco
12 Nov 2013, 6 PM
In her work, the Danish artist Eva Koch tells stories of ordinary people borrowing references from Art History. Being one of the Nordic pioneers in public video art, the conversation will focus on video installations in the urban space, showing another aspect of “social videoscape”. Eva Koch participates also in the 19th Sydney Biennale in 2014.