Oblivia, founded in 2000 in Helsinki, is a unique force on the Finnish performance scene. Oblivia merges the boundaries of genres creating minimalistic, philosophical and funny performances. From the beginning the core members have been working together for a common performance language coming up with the “Do what you saw” method for devising work.
Oblivia’s international breakthrough was the Entertainment Island trilogy. In 2016, Oblivia finalised the five-year series Museum of Postmodern Art. In Nature Theatre of Oblivia (2017) Oblivia creates a forest on stage and Children and Other Radicals (2018) is a study of money and economical structures created in collaboration with Finnish and German children.