Unending love, or love dies, on repeat like it’s endless


Alex Baczynski-Jenkins’s new performance piece will be presented in Kiasma in September 2022.

Alex Baczynski-Jenkins’s performances are built of gestures and movements that are detailed, fragile, sharp and subtle. Alex Baczynski-Jenkins is a Polish-British performance artist and co-founder of the Kem collective based in Warsaw. Kem is an anti-racist, feminist queer community that explores choreography, performance and sound as part of social action.

In September 2021, Baczynski-Jenkins won the ANTI Festival International Prize for Live Art, presented by ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival. The artist will produce new work for the ANTI festival in Kuopio that will take place on 13-18.9.2022. The work will be seen at Kiasma after the festival.

Tickets: with a museum ticket.

The audience is free to move in and out of the space during the performance.


Alex Baczynski-Jenkins, (A Preface to) Unending love, or love dies, on repeat like it’s endless, 2021. Photo: Diana Pfammatter.


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Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma

Mannerheiminaukio 2, 00100 Helsinki