Heta Bilaletdin works with sound, moving image, experimental music, installation, text and drawing, often with a planetary undertone. She is a collector of abandoned objects, trash and field sounds, constantly interested in building alternative spaces and microcosmoses, discos, gardens and areas for meaningful idle – trying to explore the complex fields of subjectivity, holy, magic, matter and resistance.
She is also looking for ways to challenge the everyday dualisms: mind/body, human/nature, us/them, me/you. Loops & spell-like repetition are an important core of her practice. At the moment Bilaletdin is based in Helsinki & finalizing MA studies in the department of Time & Space at the Academy of Fine Arts.
Residency supported by Nordic Culture Point.