On the potential of exercises in Live Art. What makes you act? Kristina is a performance artist working especially with participation and in her PhD, an art pedagogical project, she focuses on the exercise as an event in Live Art using her own performances and exercises as research material. She will investigate how exercises initiate action in a way that gives room for the not-yet planned to happen.
PUBLISHED PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES: Junttila, K. (2021) On the Potential of Exercises in Live Art Pedagogy. RUUKKU Studies in Artistic Research. Nr 17 “Everyday Utopias”. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22501/ruu Editors of the special edition: Pilvi Porkola and Suvi Salmenniemi Direct link to the exposition: https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/722219/808598 Valkoinen, K. J. (2021). How exercises matter as a dramaturgical approach in … Continue reading Link to published peer reviewed articles
Research Pavilion, Venice Biennale. A performative workshop and installation – by Liisa Jaakonaho & Kristina Junttila The theme of the Research Pavilion 2017 was “The Utopia of Access”. Our performative workshop-installation circled around the theme of disability and access. In our ongoing collaboration we approach disability as a category that can be explored creatively; as … Continue reading Becoming disabled – workshop (2017)