Tina Jeranko


Year of Birth: 1991


Tina Jeranko is a visual and performance artist from Slovenia. Interested in exploring voice and audience participation through emotion, Tina performs and facilitates workshops on voice, physical, and social coordination in space for both professional and general audiences. Before residing in Helsinki, she lived in The Hague, where she graduated with a BFA from KABK, and was involved in the Dutch performance art scene. Over the years, the artist has been working across Europe, among others, with Maria Pask, for whom she performed, performed with, mentored, and co-created performances and workshops. In 2023, Jeranko presented a solo speech performance at Liike, a fashion boutique in Helsinki.

Language skills

  • Slovenian (mother tongue)
  • Finnish (beginner)
  • English (excellent)
  • German (good)
  • Croatian (good)
  • Serbian (good)

Thesis project

Artistic work

today it suits me & The Fabric of Identity
dress made by and in collaboration with the costume designer Autuas Ukkonen
Production: Theatre Academy
Role: artist, performer, producer

Written component

You look Amazaing! Between performance and performativity

Other education

BA in Fine Arts, Royal Academy of Arts (KABK), The Hague, The Netherlands

Achieved 2 years towards BA in Art Pedagogy at University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia

Selected CV

The Fabric of Identity, durational performance 2022/2023
with access to the costume department of the Theatre Academy Helsinki
Production: Streets of Helsinki
Role: Artist, performer

srečanja (eng. encounters), participatory performance 2023
Production: Festival Gibanica Fringe 2023, Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana, Slovenija
Role: Artist, performer

očitno govorimo premalo o tem (eng. apparently we talk too little about it), participatory performance 2019/2022
Production: Centre for Contemporary Arts, Celje, Slovenija
Role: Artist, performer, producer

UNIARTS Art. Cult. Edu. Ltd. Coop., lecture performance 2022 & 2023
Creative team: Onur Tayranoğlu, Amanda Hunt, Alyssa Coffin, Yun-Chen Chang, Stefanía Ólafsdóttir, Maija Holopainen
Production: Theatre Academy Helsinki, University of Arts Helsinki
Role: Artist, performer, co-producer

who influenced who to do what when, performance course 2020
Production: Royal Academy of Art The Hague, The Netherlands
Role: designing and mentoring an elective course on performance and movement