AIRA in Infolab

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AIRA in Infolab. Loukola, Maiju (Author); Helke, Susanna (Author); Laakso, Harri (Author); Karo, Marko (Author); Meriläinen, Aku (Developer); Ilo, Toni (Sound designer). 2019. Helsinki : Event: Research Pavilion #3 Infolab, Uniarts Exhibition Laboratory, Helsinki, Finland.

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Loukola, M, Helke, S, Laakso, H, Karo, M, Meriläinen, A & Ilo, T, AIRA in Infolab, 2019, Exhibition, Helsinki.

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Loukola, M. (Author), Helke, S. (Author), Laakso, H. (Author), Karo, M. (Author), Meriläinen, A. (Developer), & Ilo, T. (Sound designer). (2019). AIRA in Infolab. Exhibition, Helsinki: .

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Loukola M (Author), Helke S (Author), Laakso H (Author), Karo M (Author), Meriläinen A (Developer), Ilo T (Sound designer). AIRA in Infolab Helsinki: . 2019.

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Loukola, Maiju (Author) ; Helke, Susanna (Author) ; Laakso, Harri (Author) ; Karo, Marko (Author) ; Meriläinen, Aku (Developer) ; Ilo, Toni (Sound designer). / AIRA in Infolab. [Exhibition].

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