The Waiting Room
Tea by Mox Mäkelä
As the lockdown continues…
Mox Mäkelä writes, the virus is the boss now. Andjust’s screenings have shifted and therefore:
Here have some PEACE & a catering (cup of tea) and “the special stage movie”: HAGIOSCOPE
in the Waiting room.
Happy spring, nature gives strength!
Video (10:40): HAGIOSCOPE by Mox Mäkelä, 2020.
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About Mox Mäkelä
Mox Mäkelä (b.1958, Finland) is a conceptual artist who, since the late 1970s, has explored literary and ecological themes in her films and installations. She makes very low budget short films, and offers the results of her work for free on her Internet videostream. Her recent works include “idiot ibidem“, installation collection, text, film-diary, sound-diary and music adaptation, Suomenlinna, Rantakasarmin galleria, Helsinki, Finland, 2003, Human x – human and x, theme adaptation from an archive collection for the Oulu Art Museum, Finland, and the short film projects: meta matka / Children & Shepherd’s bank, (published on online in 2010), and Story Ambient, a spoken word video project and Sailor of Night Ship (2014) in collaboration with the Maritime Museum of Finland. Mox Mäkelä’s film Strange (Vieras) premieres on May 15, 2019 at Tate Modern, London, UK. In 2020 she created ANDJUST a long play audio movie. Read more about Mox Mäkelä’s work history.