Non-refereed research articles

“Moninaistuva taiteellinen tutkimus” in Laura Gröndahl (ed) Taiteellinen Tutkimus, Teatterikorkeakoulun julkaisusarja 76, Taideyliopiston Teatterikorkeakoulu, Helsinki.
“Taiteellinen tutkimus tohtoriopintojen tuolla puolen – kasveista, puista ja prosessin tallentamisesta” in Laura Gröndahl (ed) Taiteellinen Tutkimus, Teatterikorkeakoulun julkaisusarja 76, Taideyliopiston Teatterikorkeakoulu, Helsinki.
“How should I write about my work? Notes on publishing artistic research.” 29/12/2022.
“Writing with Trees” in Pessi Parviainen (ed.) Proceedings of Carpa 7 – Elastic Writing in Artistic Research Nivel 17 2022, see here
José Quaresma & Annette Arlander “A dialogue about performance, artistic research and trees”, interview in RIACT no 3 (2021), see as a separate pdf AA-interview-from RIACT_3
Annette Arlander, Jerry Määttä, Malin Lobell “Engaging Vegetation in the Arts”, editorial for Ruukku #16 Working with the Vegetal see here
“With Spruce Stumps and Old Tjikko – On the Individuality of Trees” in Daniela Fargione and Carmen Concilio (eds.)
Trees in Literature and the Arts: Humanarboreal Perspectives in the Anthropocene. 2021. Lexington Books, 211-228.
“Day with a Bog Birch – Vegetalising” and “Dear Spruce – Dear Deceased”, available online as theme essay on the Peripheries in Parallax website 2021,
“Dearest Pine.” In Jack Faber and Anna Shraer (eds.)
Eco Noir: A Companion for Precarious Times. Academy of Fine Arts, Uniarts Helsinki Publishing 2020, 105-112. See here
“Baradin performatiivisuus”. In Tero Nauha, Annette Arlander, Hanna Järvinen and Pilvi Porkola (eds.)
Performanssifilosofiaa – esitysten, esiintymisten ja performanssien filosofiasta performanssiajatteluun Nivel 12. Teatterikorkeakoulu 2019, 97-98. Here
“Visiting a Tree”. In Mari Mäkiranta & Maiju Loukola (eds.) Voices:
Floating Peripheries Conference 2019 – Site and Situation see here
“Performing with a Pine Tree” in Ziegler, Denise (ed.)
I Experience as I Experiment – I Experiment as I Experience. Experience and experimentality in artistic work and research. The Academy of Fine Arts, University of the Arts Helsinki, 2019, 15-26. Here
“Authentic trees? – Artistic research, non-human collaborators and the documentary”. In Quaresma, José (ed.)
Research in the Arts. Authenticity, Polymathy and Dissimulation. Lissabon: Museo Archeologico, 83-98.
“Looking at Malla / Steaming Earth” in Jonathan Pitches & David Shearing (eds.)
Performance Research Vol 24. No 3: On Mountains.
“It rains – it thinks – it dances” in Johannes Birringer, Josephine Fenger (Hg./eds.)
Tanz der Dinge/Things that dance. Jahrbuch Tanzforschung 2019. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, pp. 187-191.
“Artistic Research as Situated Practice – Performing with Lichen”. In José Quaresma (ed.) Investigação em Artes – A necessidade das ideias artísticas / Research in the Arts – The need for artistic ideas, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa 2018, pp 27-42.
“Performing with Plants”. In Leena Rouhiainen (ed.)
Perilous Experience CARPA 5 Colloquium Proceedings. Nivel 09 2018 here
“Agential Cuts and Performance as Research”. In Annette Arlander, Bruce Barton, Melanie Dreyer-Lude, Ben Spatz (eds.)
Performance as Research: Knowledge, Methods, Impact. London and New York: Routledge 2018, 133-151
“The Multiple Futures of Performance as Research: Introduction to Future Concerns”. In Annette Arlander, Bruce Barton, Melanie Dreyer-Lude, Ben Spatz (eds.)
Performance as Research: Knowledge, Methods, Impact. London And New York: Routledge 2018, 333-349.
“Four Workshops –  Four Approaches to Performance Art” in Pilvi Porkola (ed.) Performance Artist’s Work Book. On teaching and learning performance art – essays and exercises. University of the Arts Helsinki, Theatre Academy and New Performance Turku 2017, 33-47. Here
“Taiteellinen tutkimus ja monimuotoistuvat tekstit” [Artistic Research and the Diversification of Texts] in Emilia Karjula and Tiina Mahlamäki (eds.)
Kurinalaisuutta ja kuvitelmia. Näkökulmia luovaan tietokirjoittamiseen. [Discipline and Imagination. Perspectives on Creative Non-fiction Writing] Tarke kustantamo 2017, 164-183.
“Data, Material, Remains”. In Mirka Koro-Ljungberg, Teija Löytönen & Mark Tesar (eds.)
Disrupting Data in Qualitative Inquiry. Entanglements with the Post-Critical and Post-Anthropocentric. Peter Lang Publishing 2017, pp.171-182.
“Vegetal Democracy and Performance as Research”. In Annette Arlander & Manola Gayatri Kumarswami (eds.)
Performance as Research & Democracy. Proceedings of the Performance as Research Working Group Meeting IFTR conference in Hyderabad 6-10 July 2015. (see here)
“Siihen aikaan, kun Tutke perustettiin…” [At the time when Tutke was founded…]. In Soili Hämäläinen (ed.)
Tanssi Yliopistossa. Kirjoituksia uuden koulutus- ja tutkimusalan muotoutumisesta. [Dance in the University. Writings on the Development of a New Discipline] Nivel 07. Theatre Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki 2016, 219-225. Here
“Artistic Research and/as Interdisciplinarity – Investigação em Arte e/como Interdisciplinaridade”. In
artistic research does #1. NEA/12ADS Research Group in Arts Education/ Research Institute in Art, Design, Society; FBAUP Faculty of Fine Arts University of Porto. 2016, 1-27.
“The Steaming Earth – A Terra Fumegante”, in Teatro Em Campo Expandido – Theatre in the Expanded Field, Art Research Journal 3, 2016, pp 142-157.
“Becoming Juniper – Performing Landscape as Artistic Research”. In Nivel No 5 2015, The Publication Series of the Theatre Academy Helsinki
“‘Becoming Juniper’. Landschaft performen als künstlerische Forschung” [Becoming Juniper – Performing Landscape as Artistic Research]. In Daniela Hahn & Erika Fischer-Lichte (eds.)
Ökologie und die Künste. Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2015, 141-157.
“Mikä esitystutkimus?” [What performance studies?] Introduction in Annette Arlander, Helena Erkkilä, Taina Riikonen & Helena Saarikoski (eds.)
Esitystutkimus [Performance Studies] Partuuna, Helsinki 2015, 7-25.
“From interaction to intra-action in performing landscape”. In: Beatriz REVELLES BENAVENTE, Ana M. GONZÁLEZ RAMOS, Krizia NARDINI (coord.). “New feminist materialism: engendering an ethic-onto-epistemological methodology”. Artnodes. No. 14, 26-34. see here
“Om metoder i konstnärlig forskning / On methods of artistic research” in Torbjörn Lind (ed.)
Metod – Process – Redovisning Konstnärlig Forksning Årsbok 2014 Vetenskapsrådet 2014, Method – Process – Reporting Artistic Research Yearbok 2014 Swedish Research Council 2014, 13-25 / 26-39. Available here.
“Vad minns träden?” – What Do the Trees Remember? In Marsha Meskimmon, Astrid von Rosen and Monica Sand (eds.) Dance as Critical Heritage: Archives, Access, Action. Symposium Report 1. Beginnings. Critical Heritage Studies (CHS) Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg Press 2014, pp. 86-89.
“Riding and Ox in Search of an Ox” in Annette Arlander (ed.).
This and That – Essays on Live Art and Performance Studies. Episodi 04. University of the Arts Helsinki, Theatre Academy 2014, 212-230. Available here
“Immediate Mediation – On the Performativity of Blogging” in Bruce Barton, Melanie Dreyer-Lude & Anna Birch (cur/eds.)
Experiments and Intensities Vol 3 Mediating Practices(s) Performance as research and – in – through – mediation 2013.
“Interlude 3: To Write PaR: An International Conversation” in Bruce Barton, Melanie Dreyer-Lude & Anna Birch (cur/eds.)
Experiments and Intensities Vol 3 Mediating Practices(s) Performance as research and – in – through – mediation 2013.
“Interlude 4: To Write PaR, Once Upon a Time in the Chilly North” in Bruce Barton, Melanie Dreyer-Lude & Anna Birch (cur/eds.)
Experiments and Intensities Vol 3 Mediating Practices(s) Performance as research and – in – through – mediation 2013.
“Artistic Research in a Nordic Context” in Robin Nelson (ed.)
Practice as Research in the Arts – Principles, Protocols, Pedagogies, Resistances. Palgrave Macmillan 2013, 152-162.
“Performing Time Through Place” in Riku Roihankorpi and Teemu Paavolainen (eds.)
SPACE–EVENT–AGENCY–EXPERIENCE  Open Access E-Publication of the DREX Project. Centre for Practice as Research in Theatre. University of Tampere 2012.
“Laajennettu kuunnelma – miniloitsu ja sen seitsemän esitystä” [Expanded audio play – miniature spell and its seven performances] in Eero Aro & Mikko Viljanen (eds.)
Korville piirretyt kuvat – kirjoituksia kuunnelmasta ja äänitaiteesta [Images Drawn for Ears – Writings on Radio Plays and Sound Art]. Like 2011, 235-280.
“Is performance art self-portraiture? – Me or other people as medium” in Annette Arlander (ed.)
Converging Perspectives – Writings on Performance Art. Episodi 3. Teak 2011, 8-25. Available here
“Characteristics of Visual and Performing Arts” in Michael Biggs & Henrik Karlsson (eds.)
The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts. Routledge 2011, 315-332.
“Performing with Trees: Landscape and Artistic Research” in John Freeman
Blood, Sweat & Theory – Research through practice in performance. Libri Publishing 2010, 158-176.
“Esiintyjä tekijänä – tekijä esiintyjänä” [Performer as Author – Author as Performer] in
Annukka Ruuskanen (ed.) Nykyteatterikirja – 2000-luvun alun uusi skene [Contemporary Theatre – The new scene in the beginning of the 21st century]. Like 2010, 86-100.
“Kohtaamispaikka, epäpaikka, vastapaikka ja performanssi” [Meeting place, non-place, counter-site, performance] in Lea Kantonen (ed.)
Ankaraa ja myötätuntoista kuuntelua – keskustelevaa kirjoitusta paikkasidonnaisesta taiteesta [Listening with rigour and compassion – dialogical writing on site-specific art]. Academy of Fine Art. Helsinki 2010, 86-94.
“Artistic Research – from Apartness to Umbrella Concept at the Theatre Academy, Finland” in Shannon Rose Riley & Lynette Hunter (eds.)
Mapping Landscapes for Performance as Research – Scholarly Acts and Creative Cartographies. Palgrave Macmillan 2009, 77-83.
“Performing landscape” in Ludivine Allegue, Simon Jones, Baz Kershaw, Angela Piccini (eds.)
Practice-as-research in performance and screen. (catalogue and DVD) Palgrave Macmillan 2009, 191.
“On performance art and performance art” in Annette Arlander (ed.)
Essays on Live Art and Performance Art. Episodi 2. Theatre Academy Helsinki 2009, 16-25. Available here
“Yksityisestä julkiseen” [From Private to Public] in Risto Pitkänen (ed.)
Taiteilija tutkijana, tutkija taiteilijana [The artist as researcher – The researcher as artist]. Nykykulttuurin tutkimuskeskuksen julkaisuja 90. University of Jyväskylä 2007, 131-158.
”Performing Landscape” in Soile Veijola (ed.)
Landscapes of Presence – Aesthetics, Amenities and Technologies. University of Lapland Publications in the Social Sciences B 47. Rovaniemi 2003, 145-168.
“Moved by the Wind”
Performance Research Volume 8 No 4. December 2003, 126-129.
“From Space to Place – to Landscape” in
Further and Continuing Education of performing artists in the Nordic countries – a Nordic task. Proceedings from the conference in Oslo, 12th-14th November 1999. Nordic Theatre and Dance – Nordic Centre for the Performing Arts – Nordic Council of Ministers. TemaNord 2000:621. Copenhagen 2000, 43-52.
“Tila ja aika – eli miten megalomaanisesta idealistista tuli suhteellisuudentajuinen pragmaatikko” [Time and space – or how a megalomaniac idealist turned into a pragmatist with a sense of proportion] in Pia Houni & Pentti Paavolainen (eds.)
Taide, kertomus ja identiteetti [Art, Narration and Identity] Acta Scenica 3. Theatre Academy Helsinki 1999, 48-65.
“Esityksen tila – katsojan paikka” [The space of performance – the place of the spectator]
Synteesi 3/1997, 79-88.
“Some Conversations… in various spaces” in Pentti Paavolainen & Anu Ala-Korpela (eds.)
Knowledge is a Matter of Doing. Acta Scenica 1. Theatre Academy Helsinki 1995, 118-125.

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