Media Lab Helsinki’s 20th anniversary exhibitions
In 2014 Media Lab Helsinki celebrates its anniversary with three exhibitions of current and past works by our students and researchers.
Exhibition works in Aalto Arts building & LUME centre
Hämeentie 135 C, ‘Arabia’
The exhibition at Arabia is a chronological view of some of the works made at the Media Lab Helsinki by students or researchers during the last 20 years. It includes both old classics and ongoing projects.
Open 18.9. – 1.10. Mon-Thu 9-19, Fri 9-18.
Click here for a description of all exhibition works presented in Arts / LUME.
Exhibition works in Design Forum Showroom
Erottajankatu 9 B (courtyard)
The exhibition in Design Forum Showroom focuses on interesting recent works made at the Media Lab Helsinki by students or researchers.
Open 17.9. – 1.10.2014, Mon-Fri 12-18, Sat-Sun 12-16.
Click here for a description of all exhibition works presented in the Design Forum Showroom.
Exhibition works in Lasipalatsi Akkuna & Tovi spaces
The exhibition at Lasipalatsi Akkuna & Tovi spaces celebrates 100 years of Finnish animation. It showcases the many ways in which Media Lab students and researchers have used animation in their projects.
Open 17.9. – 28.9.2014, Mon-Fri 12-18, Sat-Saun 12-16.
Click here for a description of all exhibition works presented in Lasipalatsi Akkuna & Tovi spaces
These exhibitions have been made possible with the kind assistance of our sponsors and collaborators:
Design Forum Showroom / Laila Alanen
Lasipalatsi / Aini Tolonen
Nonwoven fabrics for exhibition:
Printing of nonwoven fabrics:
DWoC, Aalto ARTS / Tiina Härkäsalmi, Jukka Itälä, Marjaana Tanttu
Print Lab / Kalle Kataila, Markus Ahonen
Exhibition architect: Jussi Ukkonen
Ligting designer: Jukka Huitila / Suneffects
Technical coordination: Ilpo Kari, Pekka Salonen, Janne Lehtimäki
Technical assistance: Casimir Westerholm
Curating team: Perttu Rastas, Philip Dean, Antti Ikonen, Rasmus Vuori, Kati Åberg
Producer: Kati Åberg
Assisting students: Roupen Bastadjian, Lisa Dai, Guy Dowsett, Philip Hector, Fabian Häusler, Bokyung Kim, Veltsi Laamanen, Fernando Macedo, Adnan Mirza, Pouyan Mohseninia, Gaspar Mostafa, Auri Mäkelä, Can Uzer, Leda Vaneva, Pirkka Åman.