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Tiia Kasurinen (FI) in collaboration with Johanna Naukkarinen (FI)

Tiia Kasurinen (FI) in collaboration with Johanna Naukkarinen: Live Stream

Turku City Theatre screen on the street (Itäinen Rantakatu 14 20800 TURKU)

Friday 3.9. 19:00
Saturday 4.9. 20:00
Sunday 5.9. 18:00

* Take your own headphones with you so you can listen the video. Instructions are in the beginning of the video.


TEHDAS Teatteri lobby (Itäinen Rantakatu 64, 20810 Turku)

Friday 3.9. 17:00-21:00 SUBTITLED
Saturday 4.9. 12:00-16:00 and 18:00-21:00 SUBTITLED
Sunday 13:00-14:00 SUBTITLED

* Here are two pair of headphones to use.

Video duration: 17 min

We highly recommend that the audience wears a mask in all our events.

Live Stream is a video work that was shot at Saari Residence in spring 2019 with visual artist Johanna Naukkarinen. Through video and the character it presents us, Live Stream explores peep, reality and YouTube cultures and the concept of loneliness. In the 17 minute long video the bodility, inspired by the Saari Manor and its surroundings, dances and gets bored in the empty Manor isolated from the outside world – all while the gazes of strangers focus on the character through cameras.

Performance and edit: Tiia Kasurinen
Cinematography: Johanna Naukkarinen
Sound design/composition: Johannes Brotherus
Text: Emma Chamberlain: QUESTION EVERYTHING…
Supported by: Kone Foundation/Saari residence, Arts Promotion Centre Finland

Artist/choreographer Tiia Kasurinen graduated from the Stockholm University of the Arts in 2017. She is interested in themes such as identity, gender, the gaze and pop culture, and explores them in her works through theatre make-up, visual transformation and motion. In her works YouTube tutorials and somatic movement walk hand in hand, creating recognisable aesthetics.  When not working on her own projects, Tiia Kasurinen works as a dancer and a performer and collaborates with other artists.

Artist/photographer Johanna Naukkarinen has graduated from Turku Arts Academy and University of Turku. She works with photography and other digital practices to create works that approach the history of medicine through the theories of feminist image research.