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Hooray! We are celebrating our 10-year anniversary in 2023! The celebrations will be themed around the future of arts.

Our projects

See all our research projects as well as development and international co-operation projects.

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Project name Project time Funder
Bodies in war, Bodies in Dance
The project researches rhythm, performance and emotions in Finnish military training and capoeira for refugees.

Academy of Finland

Breathing With
Research project (2020-2021) by Miriam Jakob and Jana Unmüßig explores breathing in choreography.

Senat Berlin

Data Ocean Theatre
The postdoctoral project continues Vincent Roumagnac's artistic research on re-ecologizing theatre.
Dialogue Generation for Radio Drama
The project explores the computational generation of dialogue for radio drama.

YLE – the Finnish Broadcasting Company, the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies at the University of Helsinki

How to Do Things with Performance?
What can be done with performance? What actualises when a performance takes place, when it is documented, and when it is written about?

Academy of Finland

Logomimesis – A Treatise on the performing body
Research project by Esa Kirkkopelto outlines a theory of the performing body.

The Finnish Cultural Foundation

Meetings with Remarkable and Unremarkable Trees
Although we are often accused of “not seeing the forest for the trees”, this project wants to look at the opposite danger, not seeing the trees for the forest, and focus on individual trees.

The Finnish Cultural Foundation

The Asynchronic Manual: A Choreographic Method
Research project by Lynda Gaudreau seeks performance, choreography, and physical and perceptual space.
The project's main objective is to develop new perspectives to place- and site-responsive practices and produce artworks that emerge from engaging with the critical material of speculative fiction, astrobiology, astronomical data, and queer theory.

The Finnish Cultural Foundation

Yes, Address Me as a Location
A research on “dis-orientation” as choreographic strategy.