The performance is at the Design Museum on Tuesday 25.4.2017 at 17-20.
POST POST NATURE is part of the FIC festival and also part of the Design Museum’s Design Evening and the Fashion Revolution campaign. Free entrance.
Length of the performance is three hours but spectators are free to enjoy it as long as they want to. (Photo: Oswald Holcheir)
ANNI PUUPERÄ AND
POST POST NATURE
POST POST NATURE is a dystopian sketch on the future of nature.
POST POST NATURE is a performance-based study into the actions and opportunities occurring in a performance situation.
POST POST NATURE is inspired by the current global situation and the moment of performance.
Through their artistic practice in POST POST NATURE, the makers are studying and trying out different forms of performing while also making a statement on the current climate crisis. The choreography of POST POST NATURE is composed of certain frames that direct the performer’s actions during the moment of performance. The emerging choreography will be influenced by the human performers, non-human performers, audience members, passersby, and the performance space.
All materials used in the performance are recycled.
POST POST NATURE is the second performance resulting from the collaboration of Anni Puuperä and Satu Rinnetmäki. It has been performed previously in Urban Apa X festival in Helsinki (2015) and Olohuone 306,4km2 in Turku (2016).
Anni Puuperä and Satu Rinnetmäki are dance and performance artists from Helsinki. They have been working together since 2015. Their collaboration has produced two pieces: Trash land and POST POST NATURE. They are both interested in instant choreography, improvisation and researching different forms of performance. Their works have been shown in Moscow at the Young Choreographers festival and at the Olohuone 306,4km2 festival in Turku. Following the Festival of Instant Choreography, they are working on the Helsinki premiere of Trash land, which will take place in Vapaan Taiteen Tila in Sörnäinen 18.-20.5.2017.