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Hanna Tuulikki

Born in Sussex, Hanna Tuulikki (b. 1982) is a Finnish-English artist, composer and performer. She uses a range of visual and sound-based forms, working primarily with the voice to compose worlds out of sounds – immersive, ethereal spaces that attempt to unearth an essential relationship with the lore of places. Tuulikki’s site‐specific performances incorporate sculptural objects and staging. Drawings, text and visual-scores extend her work.

Tuulikki’s works have been performed and presented extensively, including; Guth an Eòin | Voice of the Bird, pen & ink visual score at Cape Farewell’s Sea Change exhibition, Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, Between the Late and Early, RSA, sea saw the circle, a composition for string quartet and musical saw commissioned by The Red Note Ensemble, High-slack-low-slack-high, a site-specific composition and performance by the river Clyde as part of GI Festival. In 2016 Tuulikki was invited to participate in the 2016 Kochi-Muziris Biennale.


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Photo of Hanna Tuulikki singing in the woods