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Hotel Infinity is an international artist-run initiative and nomadic collective founded by the artist, sculptor Minna Kangasmaa in 2015. The main objective of Hotel Infinity is cooperation with international artists and art operatives who are intensively and actively interested in forming an artistic collective. The purpose is to use the collective as a tool for promoting international artistic cooperation in the field of contemporary art. The idea of Hotel Infinity is to deconstruct the logic of a centre and periphery, and to replace it with the logic of a network. Hotel Infinity does not have just one centre or location. Instead it has a network that aims at passing geographical borders and acting as an international nomadic collective. As in hotels in general, in Hotel Infinity people come and go, but during their visit they become a part of it and modify the content of it. Hotel infinity is an artistic expedition about the process of creating a collective: about the things and people who create it. Hotel Infinity leans on the writings of the sociologist Bruno Latour about communities, collectives, and operative networks as well as their forming and their characters. Turo-Kimmo Lehtonen, who has written about Latour in Finnish, […]
Pikisaarentie 8 A, 90100 Oulu, Finland
Videokaffe explores the intersection of handcraft and modern technology through exhibitions, art residencies and connecting artist studios worldwide. Since 2011 Videokaffe has exhibited at galleries and art residencies in Japan, Russia, United States and Finland. The members show their individual works and together build workspaces / labs onsite, where they work collaboratively and create artwork. During the exhibitions, Videokaffe invites the audience to enter the workspace to witness, learn about, and participate in the art making process. Between exhibitions, Videokaffe members meet regularly online by connecting their studios via webcams and video projectors. Through this process, the members work together as if they are sharing the same space. Videokaffe seeks to build bridges among cultures and to collaborate through the universal language of art.
VideokaffeVideokaffe explores the intersection of handcraft and modern technology through exhibitions, art residencies and connecting artist studios worldwide.
Köydenpunojankatu 14, 20100 Turku, Finland
Galleria Jänis is an artist run non-profit gallery in Turku, Finland. We are located in Jarrumiehenkatu 3, very close to the railway station. Galleria Jänis opens up straight to the street which makes our exhibitions available 24/7. We aim to offer: a platform for all art, an alternative space into the urban realm which doesn´t sell anything, an element of surprise for the random passer by. Be welcome.
Jarrumiehenkatu 3, Turku, Finland
South Beach 12, FI-00130 Helsinki
Erottajankatu 9 B (courtyard), FI-00130 Helsinki
Perjusvägen 10, 66140 ÖverMalax
Kalevankatu 16, 00100 Helsinki
Lönnrotinkatu 33, 00180 Helsinki
Galleria Huuto is an artist run organization in Helsinki, Finland, active since 2002. It has more than 100 members and runs four gallery spaces in Jätkäsaari near the Western Harbour. Annually over 50 contemporary exhibitions are organized in Huuto´s premises. Huuto functions as a platform for solo and group exhibitions covering the broad range of styles and media of contemporary art, as well as space for international collaboration, non-commercial art, screenings, performance events as well as other artistic statements. Huuto is managed by a board and an executive director. Selection committee for exhibitions suggested for the gallery spaces is chosen from Huuto member artists and is changed every half a year.
Tyynenmerenkatu 6, Helsinki
Oksasenkatu 11, 00100 Helsinki
Itäinen Rantakatu 38, 20810 Turku