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Selected works

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2019
Tama Art University / Tokyo, Japan
Performance art and mixed media

The iPhone is left charging on the floor, on the corner, behind the door, on top of the table

Rosalita is the owner of the phone. She is a heteronym, a fictional character. All the writings are true, either collected from people via social media. Rosalita is a person who publishes things that are too hard, awkward or just too much to say aloud. She is an excuse.

The writings are located in Google Drive files, which can be entered via QR-code or link.

Concept: Miradonna Sirkka
Texts: Miradonna Sirkka & 57 anonymous writers

The performance will follow January 2020

A trick performed from very far away

2019
Site-specific performance
REDI rooftop, Helsinki, Finland
Performers: Emmi Kahilainen, Miina Penttinen, Anna Pesonen, Maiju Saarimaa

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The audience stands still on the rooftop. They are waiting for something to happen. After a while, there is something in the horizon

The sound goes on
Nothing happens
Something happens
They are gone

 

Carpe Diem and Goodbye – Living Like There Is No Tomorrow

2019
3 channel video, 7 min
Sound: Aleksi Kinnunen Speech: Nora Rose, Lyrics: Miradonna Sirkka

Locations: Finland (Kittilä, Helsinki), Spain (Fuengirola), Greece (Athens), Sweden (Stockholm), Germany (Berlin), USA (San Francisco)
Videos shot by the one who was there.

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“Carpe Diem and goodbye” is a compilation of videos shot in different environments using hoops / plastic tubes. The project is about facing the climate crisis and inner conflict trough individuals’ eyes in different kinds of environments.

How to be a better version of yourself every day? It is a comment about an individual trying to achieve everything, while not getting anywhere. All good, let’s move on. Carpe Diem and goodbye.

The Artist Talk

2018
Performance

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Choose the topic, ask institutions as hosts, book the biggest auditorium you can get.
And the show goes on.

Who has the responsibility of public talks?