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Pink Twins’ Overlook (2017) will have its international festival premiere in the international competition of Annecy International Animated Film Festival, held in Annecy, France, from June 12–17. Established in 1960, the festival is one of the most important festivals dedicated … Continue reading
IVAHM, the Madrid New Media Festival features a Pink Twins retrospective of five video works and a special presentation by Vesa Vehviläinen. IVAHM at La Neomudéjar, Madrid, 10–21 May 2017. Presentation by Vesa Vehviläinen on Saturday 13 May, 20:00.
A Pink Twins solo exhibition featuring three video installations is open at the gallery of Finnish Institute in Stockholm, 29 April – 3 June 2017. Photo: Janne Riikonen
Backstage, the new exhibition at Joensuu Art Museum, showcases contemporary works by Finnish artists and musicians. Installation of Miracle (2014) by Pink Twins is included. Pink Twins at Backstage, Joensuu Art Museum, Joensuu, Finland, 18 May – 17 September 2017
Parametronomicon (2015) by Pink Twins is presented at EMMA, Espoo Museum of Modern Art in the museum’s newly opened high tech media art space. Parametronomicon is presented in uncompressed 4K format using a 12000 ansi lumen 4K laser projector and … Continue reading
Infinity, the new interactive music release by Pink Twins now online at pinktwinsinfinity.com! Infinity is based on Pink Twins’ studio recordings from the past decade. Using the massive archive as source material and providing an intuitive mixing interface, you get … Continue reading
Pink Twins played at the excellent Flow Festival, Helsinki on 12 August 2016. Here’s an audience-shot clip.
This summer Pink Twins are taking part in Daydreaming With Stanley Kubrick, an exhibition dedicated to the master filmmaker, at Somerset House, London. The exhibition is curated by James Lavelle and James Putnam, and features a host of contemporary artists, … Continue reading
A short live clip from Pori Film Festival, 28 November 2015!
Pink Twins Return of the Real Real CD-R Released on CD-R Day, 28 November 2015 Pink Twins joins the international CD-R Day to celebrate the best and most flexible physical audio format with the new release Return of the Real … Continue reading
Listen to recent recordings of Pink Twins studio live streams right here! Thursday 19 November 2015 (about 2–4 pm Helsinki time, 102 minutes) Download [audio:http://pinktwins.com/stream/pt_studiolivestream_20151119.mp3|titles=Pink Twins Studio Live Stream 19 Nov 2015] Monday 09 November 2015 (about 4–5 pm Helsinki time, … Continue reading
Save the dates! 13–26 June 2015, House of St Barnabas, Soho, London. Pink Twins are back in London this June with a solo show at the chapel of House of St Barnabas. The exhibition features a special ecclesiastical installation of … Continue reading
Critics rave: Hyperallergic at Moving Image NYC.
Pink Twins is represented by Sinne at Moving Image art fair, New York. Moving Image takes place March 5-8, 2015 and features Pink Twins’ latest video, Parametronomicon. Preview Moving Image at artsy.net
Pink Twins is among the five candidates for 2015 Ars Fennica, the biggest Finnish art award. See Ars Fennica site for info. Helsingin sanomien uutinen Ars Fennica -palkintoehdokkaista Update: OK, Pink Twins won a shared second place. Congrats, Mika!
Hufvudstadsbladet: Anna Jensenin näyttelyarvio Mustekalassa (in Finnish): Pink Twins, papukaijat, hälytysajoneuvot ja huikea hallittu kaaos
Sinne, Iso Roobertinkatu 16, 00120 Helsinki, open tue-sun 11-17. The exhibition presents new video work – browse high-resolution freeze frames from Parametronomicon here.
Matters of Time – Artists from Finland, curated by Holger Kube Ventura at Frankfurter Kunstverein, 25 July – 12 October 2014. The exhibition features a video installation by Pink Twins. Photo: Norbert Miguletz © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Pink Twins take part in Out Of Our Heads, an exhibition at Shoreditch Townhall, Hackney, London, 13-29 June 2014. The exhibition is curated by James Putnam and Vassiliki Tzanakou, and features a new version of the video work Miracle.
Inwards To Infinity, the locked grooves mixing cello, flute, clarinet and harp by the defunensemble with Pink Twins electronics is now born as a digital version! This downloadable spectacle creates an ever-changing tunnel of sound with imaginary turntables! For the unique … Continue reading