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Annette Arlander

Annette Arlander (born 1956) is an artist, researcher and a pedagogue. She is one of the pioneers of Finnish performance art and belongs to the trail blazers of artistic research. Arlander is educated as theatre director, Master of Arts (philosophy) and Doctor of Art (theatre and drama). She is professor of performance art and theory at Theatre Academy, Helsinki. Arlander’s art work is focused on performing landscape by means of video or recorded voice. Her research interests include performance as research, performance studies, site specificity, landscape, and the environment.
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