Tero Nauha. Photo: Lauri Mannermaa.
Tero Nauha (b. 1970) is a performance and visual artist. He has studied fine arts at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. He is a PhD candidate in Artistic Research at The Theatre Academy of University of the Arts Helsinki. His research acquires a critical approach to schizoanalysis applied in the setting of artistic practice in the context of post-industrial capitalism. He is a member of the Performance and Philosophy group, IFTR and Society for Artistic Research. His research has been presented at PSi, IFTR, Performance and Philosophy and New Materialism conferences, among other venues. His artistic works have been presented at the Manifesta10, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Theatrediscounter in Berlin, CSW Kronika in Bytom, Poland, Performance Matters in London, New Performance festival, Turku and Kiasma Theatre in Helsinki among other venues.
Economy aims to establish itself as a format defining not just political and social action but our whole lives. Art can work with this life form and even disregard the world created by economy.
(Lausunnon käännös: LH)
Tero Nauha: On shaky ground, 2012, a series of posters.
A detail from the installation. (Photo: Timo Nieminen.)