10 results for Event, School of Arts, Design and Architecture
The exhibition Fragile Water brings attention to our use of water.
Aalto University celebrates its tenured professors with popular talks by the new tenure track professors of Associate or Full level.
The dissertation, Performing false hope, examines the dialogical outcomes and ethical issues that emerged from Finnexia®, the primary artistic production of this artistic research. The Finnexia production consisted of a multimedia advertisement campaign for a (fictitious) medication that helps people learn the Finnish language. Finnexia was presented as a performance intervention in the Helsinki Railway Station over the course of three days, in 2012. The performance intended to generate a space for public dialogue about the experience of the foreigner in Finland and the process of learning the Finnish language. As a secondary goal, Finnexia aimed to present a satirical critique of overmedicalization and the proliferation of pill-based treatments for human ailments.
Avantgarde, tiede ja teknologia; kolmas FAM -seminaari Väreessä 29.4.2019
Although our everyday perception of space tells us that it is composed of three spatial dimensions of length, height and width, it is possible to imagine a space having four spatial directions that are exactly identical with respect to each other, and meet at right angles. This concept of a four-dimensional space has had a profound and lasting effect not only on philosophy, mysticism, mathematics, and theoretical physics, but also on fiction and visual arts.
Visualizing Knowledge brings together a diverse group of practitioners to discuss data visualization from multiple perspectives. This year’s event is centered around the symbiosis between natural sciences, information design and visual narratives with the key concept of senses – from human senses to machine sensors.
The exhibition showcases student work from the Crystal Flowers in Halls of Mirrors course
Complete 24 ECTS over the summer, solve real-life digital business challenges, and gain a unique skillset in information technologies, digital platforms or service design. Aalto ITP is an international and multi-disciplinary summer program taught at the School of Business.
See the fashion installation curated from the collections of Aalto University’s fashion design students and join the discussion on the meanings of fashion and materiality, inspired by Shoplifter’s exhibition.
A three-week, 6 ECTS intensive course that has students creating experiences in international teams during Nordic summer. Registration open until 31/05/2019.