In November/December 2016 Serena travelled to Mynämäki, Finland to undertake Chapter 2 of From The Outside, In. She was awarded a Saari Residency by the Kone Foundation. In 2016 there were 378 applications from 39 countries. For more information of the From the Outside, In project please visit here
From the Outside, In (the room waits for your next move) explores how a nomadic body navigates the process of inhabitation in places of “foreignness”. Situated nomadism is a phenomenological interaction between objects, people and spaces in real time. (the room waits for your next move) was developed through living and working within the residency accommodation for the duration of the fellowship, applying the attention and rigour of a physical improvisation practice to the written word, in dialogue with site. This chapter examines the changing dynamics of the site, and the interaction of time and space questioning where the line between art and life begins and ends.
Excerpts from the three parts of the installation can be viewed by following the links below.
(The room waits for your next move) Interactive performative installation in for 1 audience member at a time, Apartment 5, Saaren Kartano, Mynamaki (FI)
I have found myself (here, again) listening to the gaps in the floorboards, 3 part live improvisation Barker Teatteri, Turku (FI)
Supported by: Kone Foundation, Department of Culture and the Arts
Part 1 of (the room waits for your next move), presented in Apartment 5, Saaren Kartano. Some photographs of the score for exploration installed in the apartment Photographs, Post-it notes, soundscape (22.5 mins) For Part 2 of the installation click HERE
Part 2 of (the room waits for your next move) installation Photographs, post- it notes and audio track (3.40 mins) For Part 3 of the installation click HERE
Part 3 of (the room waits for your next move) Reflection space, tea selection, post-it note responses, photographs, text (Written text from handout) The path within, in relation to what is already there changing course, to find a new arrival. Discovering the present, reimagined in the now as if for the first … Continue reading Feel free to make yourself a cup of tea