Author: NoVA

Fragments from an exchange semester: Project work at CAMP and meeting Mirzoeff

As a part of my NoVA studies I spent the spring semester 2017 in exchange at Aalborg University – Copenhagen in Denmark. In a course project we studied CAMP – Center for Art on Migration Politics. I am sharing some insights from my experiences during the exchange. Walking in Copenhagen & the location of CAMP […]

Visual conversations with Cosmic Silence

“The First NoVA Art Exhibition” Visual Conversations with Cosmic Silence is an ongoing exhibition by MA NoVA students at NODE Gallery. The show runs till the 27th of October, 2017. All the works presented in the exhibition have varied media and techniques. What they have in common is an investigative approach to visual conversations. Some are […]

I OfficeAlley Have Been To Hong Kong (The Accidental Tourist Guide Experience)

  The journey started from Cyprus… I was in my hometown when students from Aalto had the first meeting for the “Accidental Tourist Guide’’. The reality reconstruction project is a collaboration among three universities (Zurich University of the Arts, AALTO University in Helsinki and Hong Kong Baptist University). Through Skype I ‘travelled’ back to a […]

MAKE A POINT – Interpretations of Checkpoint Helsinki

One group dressed up as a construction crew and installed a discussion platform in Kiasma and at the railway station to engage passers-by to give their views about the subject. Photo: Alexandra Stroganova A project by students of Nordic Visual Studies and Art Education MA programme at Aalto University with the help and collaboration of […]

11th NoVA Suggests by Stine Ejsing-Duun

1. Play: Perfect woman by Peter Lu and Lea Schönfelder – it was released for Kinect on September 14: See this video about the game and read more about it here:   Picture credits: Peter Lu and Lea Schönfelder Peter Lu and Lea Schönfelder created Perfect Woman while working together at the UCLA Game […]

10th NoVA Suggests by Karina Angelika Kosasih

Me (guess which one) and Moomin in  the Arabia ceramic exhibition, September 2014. I binge watched the Moomins cartoon in an attempt to know more about Finnish culture. 1. Museum of broken relationship Museum of broken relationships is a travelling exhibition revolving around the concept of failed relationships and their ruin. Conceptualized in Croatia by […]

9th NoVA Suggests by Grace Hewitt

Me (in the Boomtown Rats Christmas shirt) and my sister, enjoying Sunday afternoon barefoot lawn bowls. Australia, Dec 2015. 1.HAM – Helsinki Art Museum This is my favourite art museum in Helsinki because I enjoy its wide variety of modern and contemporary exhibitions. When I first moved to Helsinki I discovered many contemporary Finnish artists […]

7th NoVA Suggests by Siw Aldershvile Nielsen

1. Fotografisk Center Fotografisk Center (Center of Photography) is Copenhagen based exhibition space dedicated to camera-based art. Its main purpose is to raise awareness of video and photography – from art to photojournalism. The exhibition space presents around 6 exhibitions a year and further host events such as artist/curator talks, and they have a great […]

Aalto ARTS Lunch Debates

Debates about New Materiality, Posthumanism, Digital space, Ubiquitous computing, History and Societal impact, and their meaning and relevance in the present and future Aalto University Convenor: Prof. Paula Hohti (Department of Art) Location: Arabia Campus, Department of Art, Room 5022 SAVE THESE DATES ↓ Debate 1: 26.1. 2016 at 12:00, room 5022: Ubiquitous computing and […]

Konstfack Research Week

1 februari 2016 kl 09:00 – 5 februari 2016 kl 15:00 Svarta havet, Konstfack, LM Ericssons väg 14, Stockholm Konstfack Research Week is an annual event highlighting and discussing research practices at Konstfack and research perspectives related to Art, Craft, Design, Interior Architecture, Visual Communication and Visual Studies and Art Education, in Sweden and internationally. The programme includes presentations of on-going research at […]

SLEET, SALT, SAND: An experimental exploration of home

Text: Grace Hewitt I am a native of Australia but I have lived in Finland since January 2011. Currently I am engaged with the thesis phase of the NoVA Master’s programme. The Master’s thesis, which I am currently working on, is an arts-based and autoethnographical investigation into the on-going experience of homing myself within a […]

The Fourth NoVA Suggests by Siv Werner

  1. Dome of Visions Dome of Visions is a sustainable experiment – a culture house/art space/community space and green house in one. The construction is build from reusable and recycled materials without toxic chemicals, and the curatorial profile stresses the importance of democratising the aesthetic – making the aesthetic practises and knowledge productions accessible […]

Third NoVA Suggests by Gerd Elise Mørland

Heidi Bale Amundsen and Gerd Elise Mørland  just received the book Curating and Politics Beyond the Curator from the printer. 1. #ArtOffline #ArtOffline, a documentary directed by Manuel Correa showed at the Sculpture Biennial at Vigelands Museum in Oslo in an exhibition called The art belongs to those who see it, curated by Anne Szefer […]

Developing an educational approach in Nýlo

Text: Karina Angelika Kosasih and Margit Jugar The scenery on the way from our accommodation to Nýlo At the end of August we began our two week internship in Nýlistasafnið (The Living Art Museum). Additionally, Anna Brink from the Art Education program at Konstfack University College of Art, Craft and Design, also joined us. We were interested […]

2nd NoVA Suggests by Ruska Berghäll

“A picture of you working,” they said, “somehow related to your studies” they said 1.Death and the Mother from Dickens to Freud: Victorian Fiction and the Anxiety of Origins, Author: Caroly Dever, Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture For any fan of cultural psychoanalysis, the victorian novel and maybe feminism. This book is replete […]

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