Tiio Suorsa (1985) is a visual artist from Finland, working with experimental photography, digital poetry and moving images. She explores defined roles and relationships between humans, nature and technology. Recently her works and research has been focused on experimental letter writing and digital poetry while exploring the impact of slowness and in-betweenness.
Tiio Suorsa holds MA degree from the digital culture and cultural heritage, University of Turku (2017) and BA from the Turku Arts Academy (2012). Currently she is updating herself in Interface Cultures in Linz, Austria.
- September 2021 CacheDash: Ars Electronica Festival, Deep Space 8K (AT)
- January 2022 unnamed media archaeological exhibition, Atelierhaus Salzamt (AT)
- July 2021 video art work: Libertalia – Born by the River performance (UK)
- June 2021 COCO-lands: BestOFF exhibition, Linz (AT)
- Spring 2021 Substrates: Ars Electronica Center, CCI Lab (AT)
- September 2020 Kinesics of Letters: Nokturno.fi (digital and experimental poetry) (FI)
- exhibition 9.-11.9.2020 COCO-lands: Ars Electronica Festival 2020 (AT)
- 2017 Digitoitu maito ei valu (Digitized milk does not drain – The materiality, time and interaction with the digital and material museum artefacts). Master’s thesis. University of Turku.
- 2016 Photography group zine: hetiZine no. 1. Numbered edition. The Finnish Museum of Photography.
- 2015 Menneisyyden muisti (The memory of the past). Interpretation of IC-98 – The View From the Other Side (2011). University of Turku.