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Kaisa Salmi is Helsinki based visual artist, who works with different media, such as performances, installations, video and documentary movies. Many of her projects are participatory. She is well-known of her huge eye-catching works. More than 11 000 people took part to Fellman’s Field (2013), which included an enormous performance as well as a documentary film. Fellman’s Field was a construation of the biggest prison camp in the Finnish civil war in 1918. Salmi is completing her doctoral thesis at Aalto University and she holds two master’s degrees, from Theatre Academy (Theatre Arts) and from Aalto University (Visual Arts). Kaisa Salmi was artistic leader at Moi Helsinki festival in Beijing China, 2016.