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Aalto student exhibition was awarded in the scenography event in Prague

Film, TV and scenography students’ “KOLO” exhibition won the Best Student Exhibition Experience at Prague Quadrennial 2019, world’s largest scenography event in Prague.
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The Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space takes place every four years, 6–16 June this year, to present the best of design for performance, scenography, and theatre architecture.

The prize was shared with Taiwan and Georgia. KOLO is an experience-based art installation, that invites the audience to be in conflict between a private moment and a busy environment.

 

Artists: Oscar Dempsey, Harold Hejazi, June Horton-White, Johanna Sulalampi, Mirva Mietala, Elina Ström, Riikka Mäntymaa, Riina Nieminen, Csilla Szlovák, Liisi Soroush, Vilma Vantola, Jenni Nylander, Kalle Rasinkangas, Atte Kantonen

Curator: Sampo Pyhälä

Curator team: Kimmo Karjunen, Riikka Kytönen, Jokke Heikkilä, Jyri Lahelma, Pasi Pakula, Johanna Ilmarinen

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