☉ Gray hairs (2023) ( en - view in Chrome), published in The New River Journal (view in Chrome) in May of 2023. Read the editor's note here. Exhibited at ELO2023 in Coimbra, Portugal (visit the online exhibition). Performed at Teatro Académico Gil Vicente on July 12th in Coimbra, Portugal (ELO performances). Mentioned in national press (público). Want to invite Gray hairs for a live reading/performance? read the description and technical rider here.
☉ Transplanted (2021 - 2022) ( fi / [en subtitles] - view in Chrome), published on nokturno.fi (view in Chrome) in April of 2022. Original version (view in Chrome) exhibited at Galleria Hämärä 9. - 25.11.2021, Lapin yliopisto, Rovaniemi, Finland.
☉ Speak out (2020 - 2022) ( en, fi, pt, de - view in Chrome) revamped for ELO2022, and the beta version Speak out (2020) ( pt / en - view in Chrome) completed during residency curated by Patrícia Gouveia on raum.pt with graphic design contributions by João Sousa / v-a.studio
☉ kakkakukka / cocó flor / poo flower (2021) social sculpture / nonviolent / neighborhood intervention
☉ Give Me a Reason (2016) ( de / [translate widget] ), generates reasons for helping (and welcoming) refugees and migrants. Included in the Electronic Literature Collection 4, a "collection of exemplary works of Electronic Literature from 2016-2021" (see About ELC4) edited by Kathi Inman Berens, John T. Murray, R. Lyle Skains, Rui Torres and Mia Zamora.
# Marttila, Terhi and Lima, Luciana (2023) Feminist poiesis – multidisciplinary creation and collaborative research in transmedia arts and gaming in Portugal At Assembly 2023 summer, 5.8.2023 Helsinki, Finland. Slides pdf / (video coming later).
# Lima, Luciana, Pinto, Camila, Marttila, Terhi and Gouveia, Patrícia (2023) Home computing and digital gaming piracy in the 1980s in Portugal. At DiGRA, 20.6.2023 Sevilla, Spain. Slides pdf.
# Marttila, Terhi (2022) Migration as movement - repurposing the voice / interface to explore aspects of human migratory movement through artistic research ( PhD thesis ), Supervised by Associate Professor Dr. Patrícia Gouveia (Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon) and Associate Professor Dr. Diamantino Freitas (Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto), University of Porto, defended on 27.6.2022. website / pdf.
# Marttila, Terhi (2022) Speak out – an artists’ game about life in a world of shifting border rules. At Artists’ Games: Critical and Creative Approaches in New Media Art, moderated by Victoria Szabo & Joyce Rudinsky, SPARKS (Short Presentations of Artworks & Research for the Kindred Spirit) sponsored by the ACMSIGGRAPH Digital Arts Committee, 25.3.2022 @ 20:00 GMT (online). Slides online / pdf / video online.
# Marttila, Terhi (2020) Dimensions of authorship in the (co-)creation of interactive art: some examples. At Art of Research 2020 - Authorship and responsibility, 3. - 4.12.2020, Helsinki, Finland (online). Slides online / pdf.
# Marttila, Terhi (2019) Linguistic accents and xenophobia in we-cannot-take-them-all - Preliminary findings in the design of a voice interface. At ENIAD 2019, Encontro de Investigação - Arte e Design, 1. - 3.10.2019, Lisbon, Portugal. Slides online / pdf.
# Marttila, Terhi (2019) "Tell me a story, Siri." The voice as an emerging medium for interaction in digital art, case studies of selected artworks. At ELO 2019, Electronic Literature Organisation Conference, 15. - 17.7.2019. Cork, Ireland. Slides online / pdf and book of abstracts.
# Marttila, Terhi (2018) Chatting as interface in gaming - case example: Bury me, my love. At Videojogos 2018, Portuguese national conference on videogames 21.11.2018, Porto, Portugal. Presentation pdf and paper pdf and full proceedings.
# Marttila, Terhi (2018) Playful readings and deeper meanings. At ICLI 2018, International Conference on Live Interfaces, Doctoral Symposium, 14. - 16.6.2018, Porto, Portugal. Presentation pdf and paper pdf and full proceedings.
# Marttila, Terhi (2017) Give me a reason - Encouraging dialogue through interactive media, Proceedings of InSEA 2017, International Society for Education in the Arts, (Unable to present in person), 7. - 11.8.2017, Daegu, South Korea. Paper pdf and full proceedings.
# Marttila, Terhi (2016) Give me a reason - Three Cycles of Dialogical Art-based Action Research to Support a Community of Volunteers Who Work With Migrants, ( MA Thesis ), Supervised by Professor Dr. Mirja Hiltunen (Faculty of Arts, University of Lapland) University of Lapland. pdf.