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About Protest Factory | (more info is coming about the artists)

My Zeitgeist Hurts” by Siri Hjorth (NO) and Sebastian Makonnen Kjølaas (NO).

Kikka Rytkönen will perform.

Timimi Marak, Sapmi Pride 2016 - Foto Alice Marie Johansen

Heidi Kilpeläinen

Exhibitions, performances and show!

8 March - 8 April 2018

Kunstplass welcomes you to this year’s Human International Film festival’s exhibition titled Protest Factory which consist of several intertwined artistic events. Protest Factory is inspired by the HUMAN film festival, Ibsen Women, #Metoo and is a revolt and protest against all the world’s brutal wars and conflicts, human rights violations, global warming, racism, homophobia and xenophobia.

8th of March: Cultural Show - INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY Celebration
Artists: Juni Dahr (NO), Timimie Märak (SE), Jeaninne Masika Lukusa (NO) and Kikka Rytkönen (FI)
Time: Thursday 8 March 19.00 – 22.00
Venue: Sentralen, Øvre Slottsgate 3

9 March - 8 April (closed during Easter)
”Protest Song Competition” with Kikka Rytkönen (FI), Heidi Kilpeläinen (FI)
My Zeitgeist Hurts” by Siri Hjorth (NO) and Sebastian Makonnen Kjølaas (NO).
Venue: Tordenskjoldsgate 12 – entrance from Rosenkrantz gate
Vernissage Friday 9 March 19.00 – 21.00 including performances 
Opening hours: 13 – 18 from 10 - 12 March (exhibition lasts until 8 April)
Free of charge

SEMINAR: Performance Voyage 7
The PV7 collection is presented by Timo Soppela, director of MUU, and two of the collection’s artists.
Time: Saturday 10 March 15.00-17.00
Venue: Tordenskjoldsgate 12 – entrance from Rosenkrantz gate
Free of charge

Protest Badge WORKSHOP
Join Lise Bjorne Linnert workshop and make protests badget.
Time: Thursday 15 March 18.00-20.00
Venue: Tordenskjoldsgate 12 – entrance from Rosenkrantz gate
Free of charge


8th of March: International Women’s Day’s Celebration at Sentrale
Kunstplass and Vision Theater have the pleasure of inviting you to celebrate the International Women's Day at Sentralen. It will be an energetic Nordic cultural evening featuring Juni Dahr (NO) one-woman theatre performance Ibsen Women Put an Eagle in a Cage, and shorter performances by Timimie Märak (SE) who is a poet, performance artist and Sami queer activist, Jeaninne Masika Lukusa (NO) spoken word artist and Kikka Rytkönen (FI) trash-post-punk artist and environmental activist.

Juni Dahr is a renowned Norwegian actress internationally praised for her Ibsen interpretation who she has toured with in the USA, Europe, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, South America, Russia, China and all the Nordic countries since the early 90s.


Exhibitions at Kunstplass

9th March to 8th April (closed during Easter)

Performance Voyage 7: Protest Song Competition!
Performance Voyage 7, an international collection of video performances produced by Artists’ Association MUU, Finland, will be screened at Kunstplass. Performance Voyage 7, with theme Protest Song Competition!includes works from 18 international artists / groups who explore the political situation and frustrations, the contemporary or future form of the protest song. What is wrong? What are you frustrated with? The political situation? Your next door neighbour? Your own life? The exhibition at Kunstplass will include live performances by Kikka Rytkönen and Heidi Kilpeläinen.

My Zeitgeist Hurts
Zeitgeist: the general intellectual, moral, and cultural climate of an era. From German zeit, time, and geist, ghost, most commonly understood as the "spirit of the age”. Or Zeitgeist: That undefinable numb pain inside that comes from scrolling and thinking about the internet and politics and stuff. You know, whatever scrambled contemporary topic you like. Not knowing if there’s anything more to say but still feeling feelings all the time, joking about it but being a bit distressed about joking about it. Zeitgeist: what you make fun of so you can relax for a while. Just kidding, its all good. We’re good: Zeitgeist.
Siri Hjorth and Sebastian Makonnen Kjølaas are two well established artists from Norway who have exhibited together in a series of collaborative projects.

Opening on Friday 9 March at 19.00 hrs

Kunstplass is for the 7th consecutive year organizing an exhibition along-side the film festival. Protest Factory is organized in collaboration with the artists, The Finish Artists’ Association MUU and Visjoner Teater Visjoner Teater / Juni Dahr.

Protest Factory is supported by Fritt Ord and FINNO, and with general support from Art Council Norway.




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