Related: The Microphone – A PLURIversity Workshop The Songwriting Workshop by Ramy Essam a.k.a. the “Singer of Tahrir Square” In a series of six workshops for Arabic-speaking participants organised by PM’s PLURIversity at the Museum of Impossible Forms, the Egyptian musician … Continue reading
The history of Helsinki and Suomenlinna, and especially the traumatic events of 1918, their narration and representation in art and historiography, has been a subject of Perpetuum Mobilε’s interest for many years. As we approach the centenary year of the … Continue reading
Two new commissions by Juan-Pedro Fabra Guemberena, in preparation for the anniversary of the Finnish Civil War of 1918. DOCUMENTATION of the opening and installation views Opening at 2pm on Saturday 29 April, 2017 Kasarmi (Nordic Culture Point), Suomenlinnan B28 … Continue reading
A learning-by-doing platform which brings together a plurality of individuals, cultures and traditions, the PLURIversity cross-seeds artistic, P2P and social imaginaries to develop new pedagogies, skills and solutions for a diverse, pluricultural future. Forming a part of the faculty of … Continue reading
at the Helsinki Art Museum on the 30th of August See photos, video and audio of the event. Erkan Özgen is a pioneer of video art from the Kurdish area of Turkey, with a distinguished record of exhibitions and … Continue reading
After plenty of small steps the events and workshops of the PLURIVERSITY 2016 are underway! The PLURIversity is initially intended for its participants – and that’s potentially anyone, and youth in particular – rather than an art audience, or any … Continue reading
Erkan Özgen, Kurdish artist from Eastern Turkey, is the latest PM/HIAP Safe Haven Helsinki resident at Suomenlinna.
PM is proud to announce that Erkan Özgen is going to be a Safe Haven Helsinki resident from June 27 until September 10, 2016. The Safe Haven Helsinki acts as a “breather” for the Kurdish artist from Amed (Diyarbakir in … Continue reading