Studio Aleppo [Helsinki] welcomes “Temporary Pavilion for Permanent Negotiations” by Kalleinen & Kochta-Kalleinen!
Scroll down for the exact schedule. The stories are told at the archaeological sand box in the park of the National Museum of Finland.
Artists Kalleinen & Kochta-Kalleinen (Tellervo Kalleinen & Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen) looked for stories about conflicts that were amicably settled. The stories they received came from different areas of life and society and were taking place in different parts of the world. A selection of the stories will be retold at Temporary Pavilion for Permanent Negotiations! The story teller is a Dutch mediator Chantal van Doesburgh, who also facilitates discussion, which the conflict stories might raise. Come and join us!
11.30 CONFLICT BETWEEN TEACHERS
A drama teacher gives theatre classes at a school, sees violence in the class and learns that the permanent teachers of the school deny the behaviour problems of the children.
12.30 CONFLICT IN A MARRIAGE
Divorce after a long marriage is not easy when communication doesn’t work, especially when you have a child together.
13.30 CONFLICT BETWEEN BUSINESS PARTNERS
New business partners have trust problems between each other, and they seek help from a professional mediator.
15.30 A LIFE SAVING STORY
A party turns out into a horror as Xana is locked into a room and a group of men walk in.
16.30 CONFLICT ABOUT INHERITANCE
Lisa´s family breaks apart when her grandmother bequeathed everybody´s beloved house for one of her three children only.
17.30 CONFLICT BETWEEN NEIGHBOURS
Tilda´s summer cottage neighbour is bullying her, and she discovers that already her parents and grand parents had the same issues with the cottage neighbours.
Photo: Casper van der Linden
Temporary Pavilion for Permanent Negotiations will take place on Saturday 12th of August as part of the exhibition Studio Aleppo [Helsinki] . It is organized in cooperation with the Suomen kansallismuseo – The National Museum of Finland, MiklagardArts and Kulttuurikeskus Caisa (International Cultural Centre Caisa).
We would like to thank Hakunilan kansainvälinen yhdistys- Hakunila International Society for their contributions!
The National Museum of Finland’s Studio Aleppo [Helsinki] is part of an international series of events, the goal of which is to strengthen the importance of empathy and equality in the discussion concerning immigration. Studio Aleppo [Helsinki] is a pop-up photography studio of Juuso Westerlund and exhibition that brings together new and old citizens of Finland. For further: http://www.kansallismuseo.fi/en/nationalmuseum/exhibitions/temporary#Aleppo_eng