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15 Oct 2014

Amorph! Art Bus - Electrically powered Performing art space

Picture: Heikki Rönkkö, 2014.

Amorph! Art Bus - Electrically powered Performing art space at the International Performance Art Festival AMORPH!14 in Helsinki
Artists' Association MUU


15 - 19 October, 2014 AMORPH!14 International Performance Art Festival Curator Tuomas Laitinen Producer Mia Erlin

Timo Soppela

Artists' Association MUU
Lönnrotinkatu 33
00180 Helsinki

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AMORPH! ART BUS presents sound art and performances by national and international artists during Amorph!14 festival. Come and witness the transformation of an ordinary bus ride to a memorable community-event of you and your co-travellers. Close your eyes and enjoy sound art while driving away in the city of Helsinki. Join the confortable, guided gallery tour by bus.

16 October - Sound Art Bus: sound art and live performances. Route: Wintergarden - Cable Factory - Hakaniemen tori - Kalasatama - MUU Gallery - Universum - Kamppi.

17 October - Performance Voyage 4 on wheels: videoperformances. Route: Kaapelitehdas - MUU Gallery.

18 October
- Performance Art Bus: four hours, six performances. Route: Kiasma - Cable Factory - Hietalahden tori - Kalasatama metro station - Kauppatori

19 October - Guided Gallery Tour: Tour: Kiasma - MUU Cable - Huuto Jätkäsaari - Forum Box - Galleria Pirkko-Liisa Topelius - Kuva/Tila - Wintergarden

Produced by Artists' Association MUU, Amorph! is the oldest performance art festival in the Nordic region. This year's festival is held from 15 to 19 October 2014. A platform for encounters between artists, communities and audiences, the festival will a offer variety of international performance art around Helsinki.

Full programme of the festival:

The festival is generously supported by Kone Foundation, Ministry of Education and Culture, City of Helsinki Cultural Office, Frame Visual Art Finland, and Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation.

In cooperation with Lavaklubi, Theatre Museum, HIAP, Eskus performance center, Stara, Starlike, Radio Helsinki, Keramiikkakeskus Septaria, Kierrätyskeskus.