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Braiding Friction - a series of online conversations
2 Jun — 31 Jul 2020


As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and postponed activities, our collaboration project Biofriction is setting up a a series of online conversations to instigate an informed discussion on current situation and possible scenarios.
Minna Långström & Leah Beeferman: Photosonic Landscapes in Color
16 Oct — 21 Nov 2020

SOLU Space

In the exhibition, Långström and Beeferman present new experimental works. They explore images as scientific tools, or as other forms of information, and as physical entities consisting of pixels or pigment grains correlating to a physical object sensitive to light.
Photosonic Landscapes panel
12 Nov 2020


A panel discussion featuring artists Minna Långström, Leah Beeferman, and Mika Taanila, solar astronomer Sara Martin, and Tytti Rantanen (moderator).
1 Jan — 1 Dec 2021


A series of conversations by artists Laura Beloff & Kira O'Reilly with experts from the biosciences and the humanities concerning ticks, the pathogens they carry and the implications for humans and non-humans within changing environments.
8 Apr 2021


A panel discussion about neurotechnology and its current and potential impact on society featuring artist and educator Kasperi Mäki-Reinikka, festival director Markus Schmidt, neuroscientist Riitta Hari and artist Pia Tikka.
9 — 29 Apr 2021

SOLU Space / online

BIO·FICTION Shorts is a touring collection of short films exploring the theme of Futurebody. The films are accompanied by a panel discussion and a series of conversations.
14 — 28 Apr 2021


Talking BIO·FICTION is a discussion format that gives space to reflect together on the content and context of a selection of short films watched together.
BioFutures - A physical narrative workshop
7 — 11 Jun 2021


The BioFutures workshop will take place from June 7-11 (10-17h) in Helsinki, either at SOLU Space or at the Aalto Design Factory. It is hosted locally by artists Christina Stadlbauer and Noora Sandgren and led remotely by Tina Auer and Tim Boykett of Time’s Up. Apply by May 14!