Art of Research: Reimagining

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The Dipoli Exhibition Space complements the thought-provoking insights of the conference papers, offering a unique lens through which to engage with the research and where ideas leap from the abstract to the tangible. A wide variety of artworks take up diverse mediums such as installations, screenings, photography, and performances. The projects not only complement but elevate the discourse, providing an additional perspective to the ongoing research.

Artworks by Susana Patricia, Chicunque Agreda, Alexandra Cuarán Jamioy and Eliana Sánchez-Aldana, Gian Luigi Biagini, Ilaria Biotti, Andrea Botero, Clare Bottomley, Andrew Brown, Danica Maier, Joanne Lee and Christine Stevens, Rose Butler, Tera Cho, Jaana Erkkilä-Hill and Angela Bartram, Raquel Felgueiras, Sara Gomez, Marika Grasso, Marija Griniuk, Maia Gusberti, Carla Hamer, Katja Juhola, Mari Keski-Korsu, Jackie Leaver, Laureen Mahler, Anders Mathiasen, Katrina Maguire, Pablo Villalonga Munar, Richard Nash and Gary Clough, Henrik Nieratschker, Amy Salsgiver, Max Spielmann, Maiju Suomi and Elina Koivisto, Tanja Thorjussen, Giuseppe Torre, Niina Turtola and Luiz Gustavo Ferreira Zanotello

The information on artistic outputs in the Aalto Research Portal follows the reporting guidelines of Finland’s Ministry of Education and Culture. Therefore, each contribution requiring independent artistic activity is reported separately. For full details of the work and its contributors, please refer to information provided by the publisher.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEspoo, Finland
PublisherArt of Research Conference
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2023
MoE publication typeF2 Partial implementation of a work of art or performance
EventArt of Research Conference: ReImagining - Dipoli, Espoo, Finland
Duration: 30 Nov 20231 Dec 2023
Conference number: 8

Field of art

  • Contemporary art
  • Design


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