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Two new articles and seven new video performances are released in ICE HOLE – The Live Art Journal's second issue. The issue begins with Sara Pathirane's video Scarabee. In the video the performer seems to be trying to do something impossible: to be inside of the image but to control its framing at the same time. In her article artist and researcher Annette Arlander writes about performances acted out in front of a camera. Since many performances are never repeated, documentation has become not only a way to get another audience but also a way to produce objects for the art market. Besides Arlander's text you will see another video by Sara Pathirane, Shipwreck.

In the second article of the issue Lithuanian dance writer Božena Gudalevič and Finnish aesthetician Max Ryynänen engage in a dialogue about the consequences of an art festival. How are art works affected by the fact of being displayed in the context of a festival? Does the audience view performances differently within a festival?

The editor Pilvi Porkola truly believes that it is possible to make an interesting performance in one minute. See how artists Diana Soria Hernandez, Vili Nissinen, David Frankovich and Hannah Gullichsen spend their one-minute with a chocolate bunny.

Finally we introduce you to a species called Finnish male.

Check out more in www.icehole.fi!

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ICE HOLE - The Live Art Journal is an online journal focusing on Live Art. A new issue is released twice a year. The journal is published by Reality Research Center in Helsinki, Finland.

Editor: Pilvi Porkola ICE HOLE team: Tuomas Laitinen, Louna-Tuuli Luukka, Nora Rinne, Max Ryynänen, Janne Saarakkala Contributors for issue no. 2: Annette Arlander, David Frankovich, Christina Georgiou, Božena Gudalevič, Hannah Gullichsen, Ilkka Hautala, Diana Soria Hernandez, Vili Nissinen, Sara Pathirane, Max Ryynänen Graphic designer: Iina Lievonen Programmer: Kasper RahikkaTwo new articles and seven new video performances are released in ICE HOLE – The Live Art Journal's second issue. The issue begins with Sara Pathirane's video Scarabee. In the video the performer seems to be trying to do something impossible: to be inside of the image but to control its framing at the same time.

In her article artist and researcher Annette Arlander writes about performances acted out in front of a camera. Since many performances are never repeated, documentation has become not only a way to get another audience but also a way to produce objects for the art market. Besides Arlander's text you will see another video by Sara Pathirane, Shipwreck.

In the second article of the issue Lithuanian dance writer Božena Gudalevič and Finnish aesthetician Max Ryynänen engage in a dialogue about the consequences of an art festival. How are art works affected by the fact of being displayed in the context of a festival? Does the audience view performances differently within a festival?

The editor Pilvi Porkola truly believes that it is possible to make an interesting performance in one minute. See how artists Diana Soria Hernandez, Vili Nissinen, David Frankovich and Hannah Gullichsen spend their one-minute with a chocolate bunny.

Finally we introduce you to a species called Finnish male.

Check out more in www.icehole.fi!

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ICE HOLE - The Live Art Journal is an online journal focusing on Live Art. A new issue is released twice a year. The journal is published by Reality Research Center in Helsinki, Finland.

Editor: Pilvi Porkola ICE HOLE team: Tuomas Laitinen, Louna-Tuuli Luukka, Nora Rinne, Max Ryynänen, Janne Saarakkala Contributors for issue no. 2: Annette Arlander, David Frankovich, Christina Georgiou, Božena Gudalevič, Hannah Gullichsen, Ilkka Hautala, Diana Soria Hernandez, Vili Nissinen, Sara Pathirane, Max Ryynänen Graphic designer: Iina Lievonen Programmer: Kasper Rahikka