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NEWS:

Best Nordic Short Film 2017: “ARR. FOR A SCENE” AWARDED BY NORDISK PANORAMA

Foley Objects and Secret Words and Related Stories books are here ////

If you wanna purchase a signed copy, send an email to jonna.kina(at)gmail.com

 

 

CURRENT & FORTHCOMING:

 

10th November 2017 – 18th February 2018

NORDISK SALON 2017

Curated by Maria Gadegaard, Michelle Marie Roy, Marja sakari and Gunhild Stensmyr

Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden

 

14th November – 19h November 2017

34th KASSEL DOKFEST

Arr. for a Scene in competition program, Kassel, Germany

 

7th November – 9th November 2017

OPTICS

Curated by Victoria Keddie, Roulette, Brooklyn, NY

 

14th November – 10th December 2017

DIRECTING THE REAL: Artists’ Film and Video in the 2010s

Curated by Leonardi Bigazzi, Galleria delle Carrozze di Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Firenze, Italy

 

14th November – 19th November 2017

KETTUPÄIVÄT

Arr. for a Scene in Short Film Competition, Helsinki

 

15th November – 15th December 2017

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Lishui Photography Festival, Lishui Art Museum Gallery, China

 

10th March – 25th March 2018

INNSBRUCK INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF THE ARTS / Maanantai Collective

 

9h February – 25th February 2018

“MAPPING THE INVISIBLE”

Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions 2018, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Japan

 


 

PAST:

 

6th October – 14th October 2017

4 + 4 Days in Motion

22nd International Festival of Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic

 

September 2017

HAFNY’s online Group Show #54: Seeing Sound

Curated by Jon Feinstein

 

27th September – 15th October 2017

Savonlinnan taidelukio 50-vuotta

Curated by Marjo Eskola, Cable Factory, Helsinki, Finland

 

30th September 2017 at 4PM – 7PM

“Please join us for a discussion which will explore the ghosting mechanisms of sound that play a major role in Jonna Kina’s work across film, installation, photography, and visual score. Particular attention will be paid to Kina’s current exhibition (with Los Angeles-based artist, Sharon Lockhart), Recordings, however, we will contextualize this uncanny phenomenon—the “trans-sensory” quality of sound—within both Kina’s oeuvre, as well as other historical and contemporary works inside and outside the realm of art. In Arr. for a Scene (2017), Kina explores the structures and forms of cinematic sound —transforming an iconic image—the horrific shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960)—into the sonic frequencies of quirky, seemingly innocent, domestic objects.

 

After Kina and Ragona’s discussion—which will run for approx. 45 min.—New York based artist, Victoria Keddie will perform her piece ROOM NOISE (2017), composed as a response to Kina’s Arr. for a Scene. Keddie expands on Jonna Kina’s video, Arr. for a Scene, interpreting the foley sounds and movements present in the video as signifiers to respond to in real time. Keddie creates a live-mix-choreography of sound and movement using reel-to-reel recording and playback, sampler, and analog effect, along with the use of room tone and audience presence as active variables in this cinematic exchange.”

 

8th September – 1st October 2017

Recordings

Together with Sharon Lockhart, Ama Gallery, Helsinki, Finland

 

21st September – 26th September 2017

Nordisk Panorama

Arr. for a Scene in Competition program, Malmö, Sweden

 

23rd September 2017 at 5PM – 6PM

The importance of Sound

Talk at the Nordisk Panorama, Inkonst Hangout,Malmö

 

3rd November – 2nd April 2017

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Centro Nacional de las Artes, Mexico City, Mexico