Cinematographer, director and photographer based in Tallinn
Authors and performers: Toms Auniņš, Austra Hauks, Kārlis Krūmiņš, Kristina Norman, Epp Kubu, Karolin Poska, Valters Sīlis, Marija Bērziņa, Chamber Choir Collegium Musicale, Joanna Kalm & Limitless Dance Company, LATEST, New Theatre Institute of Latvia, Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Tallinn, Estonia and Riga, Latvia
Photos: Kaisa Maasik
music by Andy Hug
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Video by Epp Kubu Ina Ukkonen, Külm Lumi
Let’s Go Boating and Drown! fills some secret dreams by eight older gentlemen – to row with a young lady in the middle of the sea.
Performance was part of tour "How to Properly Love/Destroy Something" from Labfactory, Vienna to Friedrichstadtzentral Dresden to Flutgraben Berlin together with Tiina Sööt, Tuuliki Avango, Julischka Stengele, Cizzy Gonzales (Elisabeth Wulff-Werthner), Teresa Novotny, Mai Sööt, Sandra Jõgeva.
Videos from the installation:
"Peidetud varandus/ Hidden treasure"
"Raha ajab lapsi taga/ Money chases children"
"Pensionipäev / Pensionday"
Views from the exhibition:
Nutt ja hala / Weeping and moaning, 2009, video installation on 3 screens,12min, Tallinn, Vilnius
“Weeping and Moaning” looks at a crisis situation and its dynamics in the life of an individual, a community and a society. My work is based on an attempt to solve a crisis situation that is created and emphasised by media with lamenting (itk). Lameting is a certain “crying-song” that is found in the Setu culture in Southern-Estonia and that is mainly connected to death, but also to significant changes in a person’s life, such as marriage or leaving for war. Lamenting is a therapy with its own rituals and to lament has been a natural behaviour in a crisis situation throughout history.
Views from the installation:
My mother left Estonia 1999 and moved to USA looking for better living conditions and
also with an aim to earn a bit more than she did in Estonia.
2009 I visited her new home first time and discovered also emotional distance between us.
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