The Dipoli Gallery is Aalto University's representational space, a production house where co-design, co-creation and co-institutioning will take place and where new knowledge will be produced by the Aalto community. The curated programme of Dipoli Gallery consists of exhibitions from the whole Aalto Community and various events.
28.11.22-28.02.23 DIALOGUES - Creating New Textile Futures
Past exhibitions 2019-2022:
07.04-20.06.2022 Breaking ground – 8 ways research shaped our world
18.11.2021-14.2.2022 Data Vitality
9.9.-29.10.2021 "Refashioning the Renaissance"
01.09-30.11.2020 "Creativity in Action: The Spirit of Student Life"
11.3.-24.6.2020 "Re-Imagining the Past, Volume 2"
23.1.-7.3.2020 "Betoni - Concrete"
20.11.2019-16.1.2020 "Connecting the Dots" (Aalto Artificial Intelligence)
16.10.-15.11.2019 Quantum Explorations
4.9.-5.10.2019 "Design for a Cooler Planet", Helsinki Design Week
18.6.-28.8.2019 Re-Imagining the Past, Stories from the Aalto Archives
3.5.-8.6.2019 // Aalto Digi
1-29.4.2019 // New Methods in Fashion
7-29.3.2019 // Staging (in) Nature, Photography from Aalto MA program
23.1. -3.3.2019 // Material Matters
20.11.2018 -18.1.2019 // Paradox city, Aalto campus development
Curator Edel O Reilly ([email protected])
About Dipoli exhibitions
Aalto Fashion’s New Construction Methods exhibition presents creative approaches and experiments in fashion and clothes design and manufacture in Dipoli in April.
Staging (in) Nature
Exhibition in Dipoli Gallery 5-29.3.2019
Welcome to the exhibition opening Tue 5.3.2019 4-6pm
The exhibition features a selection of photographic and moving image works by recent photography MA graduates from Aalto University: Jaakko Kahilaniemi, Otto-Ville Väätäinen, Petri Juntunen, Kerttu Malinen; and Annu Timonen from the University of the Arts Helsinki.
Aalto galleries and exhibition venues
How can we make space for unexpected ways of looking at the world? Galleries and exhibition venues are co-produced spaces for action, bringing together the knowledge, content, vision, and passion of different agents.