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Hello Homo! at Forumbox (29.9-21.10)

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

After a warm and interersted welcome by Hungarian audience “Hollo Homo!” will be presentd at Forumbox from the 29.09-21.10 Hello Homo!  accompanied by Alan01 (Crucible Studios / Jaakko Pesonen production,2010) installation which engages the viewer in dialogue with a fictional Alan Turing, as if Turing’s consciousness had been coded into a machine at the time of his death in 1954.

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

Guests of Honour

The installation explores coincidence in figurative narrative that consists of orientalist G. A. Wallin’s (1811–1852) portraits made during his journeys in the Middle East.

Unperformed – A Performance

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Unperformed – Installation

An experimental installation and tools investigation inspired by Ooppera Skaala’s Great Conspiracy – The Opera.

"A Bite" at Asolo International Art Festival

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

The short film “A Bite”, a production by Crucible Studio at Aalto University’s Media Lab, has been selected to be screened at the Asolo International Art Festival (A.I.A.F.).

The festival is organized in Foresto, Italy, from 27th August to 5th September 2010. “A Bite” was one of the 74 selected works from among 606 entries.

The film is a collaboration between Virva E Auvinen, Maija Hirvonen, Katri Lassila and Heli Sorjonen. It was produced as part of the Turing Impact High Definition professional training workshop, organized at Media Lab and Media Centre Lume in Spring 2009. This workshop investigated associational storytelling structures for scripting, shooting and editing documentary/fiction on the impact of Alan Turing and the digital computer on contemporary culture.. The project was supported by SALERO, and Integrated Project (2006-2009) for the research and development of cross-media productions, co-funded by the European Union through the IST programme under FP6.

Watch “A Bite” here.

For full credits see the project website.

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