Dipoli art tour 12.10.
During autumn 2022, you have an opportunity to explore the university’s public art collections through art tours.
Senior specialist Outi Turpeinen presents the works in Dipoli's art collection (Radical Nature) and shares more about the role of public art at the university.
Aalto students and personnel are welcome to join the tour. Max. 15 participants / tour.
The vision of public art at Aalto University
In 2017, Aalto University decided to comply with a one per cent art principle in its building projects. The campus art competition is the university’s fifth project, where approximately one per cent of a building project's allocation is allocated to art purchases. The one per cent art principle was first applied to the Radical Nature art concept in Aalto University’s main building, Dipoli.
The vision of public art at Aalto University is to address and raise questions about what it is to be a university, what we do together in society, and what constitutes the public. Public art is site-specific and connects with the diversity of the university and its post-disciplinary communities. Public artworks reflect this diversity through different art forms, materials, techniques and traditions.
Public art collections at Aalto University
The aim of public art across Aalto is to create a vibrant environment for experiencing the world through various perspectives and for embracing imagination, intuition, and exploration.