Danke + new projects

Thanks to everyone who took part in the great club/performance evening at LABfactory on 7 May!!! My short scratch act “What we need” — personal reflections on a Finnish 1968-Communist-movement through a song analysis of an influential communist song (almost a Schlager actually 🙂 ) “Sinun lapsesi” (Your children) — was well received indeed! This  scratch act was a really important first step, kind of a “ground” to build on, of my next extensive performance project about the relationship(s) between Live Art, ideology/politics, and architecture, to be realized in 2012.  More info to follow soon.

Some info of the LABfactory event: http://labfactory.at/1583633.0/

My next engagement will take place in Finland, I’ll direct and co-devise a lecture performance about innovation and economy  in August. Keep tuned!

A science fiction drama theatre project is also on the way, too, me acting one of the leading roles,  to be premiered in Vienna in January 2012.  More info to follow.

Enjoy the summer & bis bald!

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About Joonas Lahtinen

Joonas Lahtinen (* 1984, FIN/A) is a performance artist, director and researcher who lives and works in Vienna and Helsinki. His performances are often site-specific and have a strong installational character. In his works, he explores the politics of space and of the everyday from perspectives that are both humorous and disturbing. Joonas has studied Performance at Queen Mary, University of London and he is writing a PhD thesis about the problematic of “emancipatory” participative art at the University of Helsinki. Since 1995, he has performed in various Live Art, theatre and TV productions both in Finland and abroad.
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