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Masters of Arts 2007 degree show

Diving Instructions

 

MoA07 may be called ”a small blue festival,” but as an exhibition it might be better described as a great, multicoloured ocean, where different works and methods of work are on show side by side and crosswise. The works created at the University of Art and Design Helsinki are art as well as commodities, and this is evident at MoA too. Instead of technique or degree programme, the works are sorted according to their contexts and intents: in what way is a piece of work created – with total emphasis on the creator or, for instance, working closely with the consumer – and what reality does the work latch onto – is it an industrial product or a constantly changing artistic process.
 

  



The following themes emerge from the works at the 2007 MoA exhibition: innovations that facilitate everyday life, user-orientation in the design process, the meeting of different artists and cultures, the interaction between nature and artificial reality, fictional spaces and unspaces as well as little everyday observations that reveal a lot under close inspection. New at MoA this year are the literary, research-based diploma works that complete the picture of the work done at the University of Art and Design Helsinki. Also new and unique is the architecture: a whole new world has been created in the studios at Media Centre Lume, where the works can be seen and experienced.
Prepare for a deep dive.

Katja Lindroos, curator
     
 

Exhibition open

Mon-Fri 12-20

Weekends 12-18




 

   A–G

 

  Aarras, Anna-Maija

  Ahlholm, Anna  

  Akimoto, Takako

  Astala, Eero  

  Bembibre, Noa  

  Burman, Tuuli
  Büyükdemirci,

    Korhan
  Castro, Brenda
  Englund, Jonas
  Geierhos, Hanako  

  Grof, Annika  

 

  H–J

 

  Härkäpää, Maria  

  Hasan, Zeenath   

  Heldt, Ninni

  Helkiö, Vilja  

  Hiltunen, Enna

  Hiltunen, Tatu 

  Huovio, Aino  

  Hupponen, Paula

  Issakainen, Matleena

  Jaatinen, Kimmo

  Jännäri, Linda  

  Jarva, Kalle 

  Juutilainen, Joonas  

 

  K–L

 

  Kallionpää, Mari

  Karling, Ilari

  Kelter, Erika

  Ketola, Maija Liina

  Kevo, Riikka

  Kivikangas, Teemu

  Knif, Leena

  Koivisto, Mikko

  Kokkonen, Janina

  Korkeaoja, Aapo

  Korkiakoski, Sami

  Kujala, Jella Juulia

  Kujala, Anna-Riitta

  Kurosawa, Yodo

  Laine, Viivi

  Lehtinen, Sampo

  Lindblom, Teriina

  Liuhanen, Vesa

 

  M–P

 

  Majuri, Susanna

  Malila, Saija

  Martikainen, Venla

  Marttila, Tatu

  Meer van der, Silja

  Mette, Ria Piritta

  Mladenov, Elisabeth

  Moisander, Juhana

  Mylius, Max

  Mäkikoskela,

    Riikka Irina

  Nurmi, Marianne

  Ojala, Noora

  Pakarinen, Laura

  Pällijeff, Katja

  Perttilä, Sami

  Peurakoski, Sanna

  Planman, Jukka

  Pokela, Laura

  Puhakka, Henna

 

  R–T

 

  Raij, Aleksi

  Rantala, 

    (Minna) Johanna

  Reinikainen,

    Antti-Ville

  Ritvos, Roope

  Salonen, Anu

  Seppälä, Tuuli

  Simula, Adele

  Söderlund, Natalie

  Tikkanen, Ville

  Tikkanen, Tero

  Torikka, Liisa

  Trapp, Markus
 

 

  V–Ä

 

  Vaajakallio, Kirsikka

  Vierikko, Anna-Mari

  Vilppunen,

    Anna-Maria

  Vinberg-Ollikainen,

    Elina

  Virkkunen, Janne

  Vuorisalo, Marjukka

  Westerlund, Juuso

  Widerberg, Richard

  Yamada, Midori

  Zukale, Miira

  Äijälä, Enni