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HELLO!
We are a team of Finnish artists, who ask you to stop for a while, and experience art fully in your own way. The artworks are born in the steamy crossroads of contemporary circus, contemporary art and experience design - and further mixed with music, theatre and technology. Absurd surrealism hangs over the productions. Read more about us here!
NEXT UP
PYHIMYS - FOUR SEASONS CONCERT TOUR
23.2.2019, Jyväskylä Paviljonki (SOLD OUT)
19.4.2019, Tampere-talo (SOLD OUT)
Recover Laboratory's beings join Finnish rapper Pyhimys on his cross-artistic concert tour. Check out the Facebook event here.
SUBCASE
7.2.-17.2.2019, Stockholm, Sweden
Come say hi at the Nordic Circus Fair Subcase . We are pitching our new event kickstarter One Night Only on 13.2. and available for meetings all week!
IMMERSIVE DESIGN SUMMIT
17.2.-5.3.2019, San Fransisco
We are joining the premiere gathering of immersive designers worldwide, Immersive Design Summit . We are also showcasing our new performance called "Meet Pen". Get in touch!
OUR PRODUCTIONS
We produce grande labyrinths in extraordinary spaces, multidisciplinary performances with convenient set-up, interactive art worlds for children, holistic event concepts and customised content for all events. We also have artworks for black boxes and theaters, and we can turn any space into an immersive art experience, waking up your empty rooms. All spaces, even the weirdest ones, are close to our hearts.
SAID ABOUT US:
I hope you somehow know what you did to me. I will never forget this experience.
A member of the jury, Stockholm Fringe Festival 2017
Recover Laboratory is feelings that maybe you didn’t even know existed inside you. Things you might be scared of, things you grieve, or are glad about. It is your own decision.
A viewer
An experience, that even a week later still leaves you partly wordless. I was surprised about the magnitude of the sensations that the performance evoked. I was relaxed, forgot about the outside world, and truly got absorbed in the absurd world of the performance.
A blogger, www.kulttuurikuuri.fi
Above all, the encounter was something that I did not know I had been missing. It felt oddly good to be seen, and to be in a silent interaction safely with an unknown person. The need to be seen – and on the other hand the fear of being seen – is probably built-in into humane characteristics.
A blogger, www.kulttuurikuuri.fi