Helsinki

Redistributions

Redistributions

May

21

Sat

20:19 – 20:19

Redistributions is organised by Frame Contemporary Art Finland as part of its public programme Rehearsing Hospitalities. In collaboration with the anti-racist platform #StopHatredNow and the Museum of Finnish Architecture, it presents different approaches to redistribution of power and wealth while examining institutional and educational infra-architectures. 

Organised on Saturday 21 May 2022 at the Museum of Finnish Architecture, the event brings together a performative intervention by artist Karolina Kucia and a roundtable discussion with researcher Alemanji Aminkeng Atabong, artist Noah Fischer and Milla Kallio from the urban planning collective FEMMA Planning.

Programme and how to participate:

The programme consists of Karolina Kucia’s performance Imagine, that for some reason, you cannot get in, a parasitic guided tour through the Museum of Finnish Architecture’s institutional space. Redistributions – the roundtable discussion presents participants’ experiences from educational, artistic and spatial practices that challenge normalized structures in managing and distributing power and wealth.


Redistributions
Saturday 21 May, 3–6 pm (EEST)
at the Museum of Finnish Architecture (Kasarmikatu 24, 00130 Helsinki) and on the online platforms of Frame Finland and #StopHatredNow

3pm
Performative intervention by Karolina Kucia (35 min)

3.35pm
Break (10 min)

3.45pm
Roundtable Discussion with Alemanji Aminkeng Atabong, Noah Fischer and Milla Kallio / FEMMA Planning (90 min)
(onsite and audio-streamed on Frame’s Youtube channel)

5.15pm
Break (10 min)

5.25pm
Performative intervention by Karolina Kucia (35 min)


All the events are free and open for everyone to attend, but have limited capacity and require registration in advance. The roundtable discussion will be audio-streamed, with captions, on Frame’s YouTube channel and #StopHatredNow‘s website. Please fill out the registration form, even if you wish to follow the discussion online.

Sat 21 May 2022 Closed today