ImMaterial Behavior

ImMaterial Behavior (2009)

ImMaterial Behavior was a durational performance installation combining movement, spatial elements, light and moving image. Together, the different elements created an immersive environment that meant to attune the visitor to the subtle exchange between the human body and its surroundings. The performance consisted of three parts and types of movement: writing, standing and lying.

The piece was performed three times, after which its remains stayed in the space as an installation for three weeks.

Concept and direction: Saara Hannula
Performance: Saara Hannula and Anna Maria Häkkinen
Spatial Design: Saara Hannula
Video: Alan Prohm
Documentation: Jan Ahlstedt
Production: Kiasma Theatre
Venue: / Festival, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki

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