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THE ARTISTS

Barbara Holub (AT) Ebru Kurbak (TR) Marcus Neustetter (ZA) Ricarda Denzer (DE/AT)
Behzad K. Noori (IR/SE) Heba Y. Amin (EG/DE) Nikolaus Gansterer (AT) Tamsin Snow (IE/UK)
Benji Boyadgian (FI/PS) Inma Herrera (ES/FI) Nisrine Boukrari (SY/SE) Timo Tuhkanen (FI)
Bronwyn Lace (ZA) Isa Rosenberger (AT) Otto Karvonen (FI) Yane Calovski (MK)
Egle Oddo (IT/FI) Lina Selander (SE) Ramesch Daha (AT)  

Timo Tuhkanen  

Timo Tuhkanen (1983, Muscat, Oman) studied Oriental Music School of Jerusalem: Tabla & Indian Classical Music under Nurit Ofer (20029. He received his Bachelor of Arts (Horns) and Master of Music at Brunel University of West London. Currently, he is a PhD candidate at Department of Music, University of Leeds.

Tuhkanen’s works intersect between contemporary art and music. Currently working on designing and creating direct actions and political interventions as artistic practice through collective intelligence. Timo’s subject matters often adapt themselves inside an
occupied environment of urban landscapes and hydrosocial-spaces. He often describes his works in narrative fiction and mythopoetics.

His work as a composer and artist have been featured in 3éme Biennale di l’Art Contemporain Casablanca, Marocco; XX Mänttä Art Festival, Mänttä, Finland; European
Mediterranean Art Association, Nicosia, Cyprus; Emma Museum of Modern Art, Espoo, Finland; FILE Festival, São Paulo, Brazil; Moscow Philharmonica, Moscow, Russia; Kallion New Music Days, Helsinki, Finland; Alvar Aalto -museum, Jyväskylä, Finland; Dimitria Festival, Thessaloniki, Greece; Time of Music Festival, Viitasaari, Finland; AAVE-Festival, Helsinki, Finland; Musica Nova Festival, Helsinki Finland; Canterbury Jazz Festival, Canterbury, UK; and the Royal Festival Hall, recorded live on BBC3 Hear and Now, London, UK.

Tuhkanen lives and works in Helsinki.

www.timotuhkanen.com