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Wilhelm Blomberg (FI)

Wilhelm Blomberg & Milka Luhtaniemi: DANGER DANGER

Wednesday 6.9. at 14:00 
Thursday 7.9. at 17:00
Friday 8.9. at 17:00
Saturday 9.9. at 14:00
Sunday 10.9. at 14:00

Venue: Turku Arts Museum, Aurakatu 26, 20100 Turku
Arrival and accessibility information at the bottom of the page

Duration: 30-60mins
Language: English
Pre-booking is possible, but tickets will also be available at the venue, 15 minutes before the performance. Pre-bookings here.

DANGER DANGER is a guided and participatory museum tour by Wilhelm Blomberg and Milka Luhtaniemi that explores emotions emerging from the environmental crisis using activist tools. In the performance, challenging environmental emotions can be awakened, stirred and redirected. The reference point for the tour is the museum action of the British activist group Just Stop Oil, which startled the art world and opened up questions about the museum institution as a platform for direct action and public discussion. Humour, pedagogy and interventionist performance create a nuanced mix that asks how to confront the ecocrisis, act, rage and grieve.

The performance will take place at Turku Art Museum in conjunction with the museum’s Handle with Care exhibition. The language of the performance is English.

Performer, concept by Wilhelm Blomberg
Dramaturgical support: Milka Luhtaniemi

Wilhelm Blomberg is an environmental activist, performing artist and educator based in Helsinki. After being trained as a dancer, he has developed an interest for durational and improvisational scores as departures for making performances. He is always looking for ways to weave together his long time curiosities about interaction, humour and activism in different kinds of artistic endevours, to various degrees of success. Wilhelm spends his waking hours figuring out how to best empower people into taking action for the environment.

Dramaturgical discussions with Milka Luhtaniemi.

Arrival and accessibility information

Arrival information:
The performance starts in the lobby of the Turku Art Museum. The museum has barrier-free access when moving around in a wheelchair.

The Turku Art Museum’s accessibility information can be found here: 

Language accessibility and audience participation
The performance’s language is English. The performance is a museum tour that requires moving with the group.

Toilet spaces
The museum’s toilets, a disabled toilet and a childcare facility can be found on the ground floor, where you can go by elevator and stairs.

Other considerations
Non-alcoholic drinks are provided during the performance.

More information
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