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NEWS

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The multimedia theatre play "Das Faustexperiment" has been presented from 14.10.-28.10.2017 at the City Theater Aalen, Germany. Directed by Marko Timlin it combines video installations, acting, dance, music and 2 robots. "Das Faustexperiment" will be will be put on stage again from 3.3.-18.3.2018. This project is a collaboration between Marko Timlin, City Theatre Aalen and University Aalen.

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Third Space has presented the video installation "PUPPEN" during the Night of the Arts 2017. PUPPEN is a collaboration between visual artist Kristina Frei and sound artist Marko Timlin. This is the first time that this work will be shown in Finland.
Opening times: Thursday, 24.8.2017, 18:00-20:30 at Third Space, Tarkk'ampujankatu 18 in Helsinki.

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My latest kinetic sound and light installation AUDIBLE LIGHT was exhibited at Oksasenkatu 11 in Helsinki from 6.5. -28.5.2017.

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In September 2016 I gave a workshop about analog electronics and arduino microprocessors at Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki.

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On Saturday, May 21st 2016, I performed with the Sound-Disk-Machine at Pori Art Museum as part of the Abyss Festival.
The Sound-Disk-Machine is a self-made photoelectronic musical instrument converting light into sound.

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On Friday, May 13th 2016, I played a solo concert with the Sound-Disk-Machine at Kiasma - Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki. This performance was part of the Abyss Festival.

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MARKO TIMLIN - BIOGRAPHY

Marko Timlin is a Helsinki-based sound artist, composer, theatre director and musician. He creates sound installations, performs with self-made experimental sound machines and contributes to theatre plays and dance productions.

Timlin employs technology in a highly poetic and austere way. His works are characterized by the imaginative, and often entirely alienated and distorted use of technology. Many of his musical instruments and sound installations consist of components not originally conceived for musical use or are made out of discarded elements, which he fished out of trash cans resurrecting them to a new artistic life. Timlin is convinced that the artistic application of technology is socially highly significant, as it may be exemplary for a peaceful and enriching coexistence between man and machine, rather than a dystopian, oppressive and dehumanizing one.