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Two weeks ago, Helsinki citizen enjoyed during 10-12 of May this marvellous festival. PIXELACHE HELSINKI 2012 is a series of happenings for people who do creative things using technology, using internet, experimental art, video, activism. It is directed to people who don’t identify themself as artist, they use to identify as makers, hackers, activist. There are a lot of unknow good projects around the world, Pixelache want to create this forum and offer the opportunity. Pixelache Helsinki (‘Pikseliähky’) was organised since year 2002. The festival programme consists of seminars, workshops, exhibitions, performances, concerts and club events, electronic art and subcultures.

This year Pixelache 2012 focused in DO IT WITH OTHERS. Of course there is an individual working, but in Pixelache 2012 they want to bring this idea of comunal working. Vinay Gupta, one of the participant this year, he answered to Anna-Sofia Joro journalist, about the meaning of this words: DO IT WITH OTHERS, and he said “To me, that’s the perfect image of cooperation, nobody is working too hard, if somebody has to let go suddenly nothing changes because 29 are almost as strong as 30, and everybody is safe and not straining. That’s how I’d like us to do the world!”

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PIXELACHE NETWORK

Pixelache Network is an informally organised network of electronic art festivals. The network is coordinated by Pixelache Helsinki. The current members of Pixelache Network are: Pixelache / Helsinki (since 2002), Piksel / Bergen (since 2003), Pixelvärk / Stockholm (since 2004), Mal au Pixel / Paris (since 2006), Pixelazo / Santa Marta, Colombia (since 2007), Afropixel / Dakar, Senegal (since 2008), Pikslaverk / Reykjavik (since 2008), PixelİST / Istanbul (since 2009).

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Here you can see and listen to different artworks and Ville Hyvönen interview (he is the chairman of the board of experts which is behind the Pixelache festival).

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MOA’12. OUR FUTURE IS (A) PRESENT.

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THE FUTURE IS (A) PRESENT. MOA’12 presents the skills of the new graduates of Aalto University, School of Art and Design. MOA means Master of Aalto, the concept includes not just an exhibition, but seminars, workshops and another activities to showcase research and study programs from the fields of art, technology, economics, architecture and design.

The tense of the exhibition is futurex rather than the present. Many of the projects presented aim to create a more functional, more sustainable future. The most participants names: Harri Niskanen, Fashion Designer. Tommi Moilanen, Service Designer. Khanittha Nualtaranee, Experimental Sculpture Artist. Jussi Laine, Designer + Architecture.

The exhibition place aesthetic is industrial, old factory of helsinki’s harbour and minimalist.

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Aalto University, School of Art And Design.

Nº4. ÖÖ: WAS IT A DREAM?

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This year Helsinki is The World Design Capital. It is offering a diverse events around the city. I knew that Martin Gram, managing director of Snohetta Design// Norway and Henrietta Thompson, editor-a -large, Wallpaper//London were coming to Helsinki. I started looking for WDC2012 progamme and finally, I found ÖÖ: Was it a dream? event where this 2 design professionals would talk about Nordic excellent architecture and design. They inspired me a lot. I learnt of their design points of view and artworks.

ÖÖ: Was it a dream? was launched during London Design Festival 2010 a curated experience showroom bringing together design visionaries from Sweden, Denamrk, Norway, Iceland, Finland and Estonia. This May in Helsinki, the event explores the theme of Authentic Luxury: telling the new Nordic Artist and Designers.

KLUVVI Helsinki. Where the conferences took place.

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iranzu GuijarroCraig Dykers, currently with renowned Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta

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Iranzu guijarroSofa designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen and made by Rud Rasmussen, 1942.

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Andy Goldsworthy is a brilliant British artist who collaborates with nature to make his creations. The materials used in his art often include brightly-coloured flowers, icicles, leaves, mud, pinecones, snow, stone, twigs, and thorns.He likes the connections between the earth and the seeds. He doesn’t mind about the destruction of his natural artworks…he said in “Rivers and Tides” documentary  when the destruction happens another part of nature life comes. The sea, the rivers and the growth of grass shapes and redesign his works. He loves the flow of the nature.
His words: “Movement, change, light, growth and decay are the lifeblood of nature, the energies that  I try to tap through my work. I need the shock of touch, the resistance of place, materials and weather, the earth as my source. Nature is in a state of change and that change is the key to understanding. I want my art to be sensitive and alert to changes in material, season and weather. Each work grows, stays, decays. Process and decay are implicit. Transience in my work reflects what I find in nature.”

RIVERS AND TIDES, Thomas Riedelsheimer 2001 Documentary about the work of Andy Goldsworthy, Scottish artist who has worked for twenty years creating works of art in forests and riverbeds around the world, no other tools than his hands. His works are based on petals, wool, leaves, ice and rocks shaped by the sunlight, or moisture tide …

Andy’s Artworks: the more I am nearby nature the more I can understand it.

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Yesterday I enjoyed 2 brazilian music concert and today I decided to show you  ANDREIA CHAVES artistic work, each shoe is an individual work of art. This brazilian designer loves special and extravagant forms and textures. Andreia Chaves is best known for her innovative and distinctive visual approach, fusing craftsmanship, experimental materials and cutting edge technology to realize her footwear designs. Her last collection “The Invisible shoes” has a mirrored surface, obscured optical effect with every step taken. Interesting reflections…piece of art, find your unusual reflection of your life. This shoes change the colors each second, as a Chamaleon.

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MORE ART – PIECES OF ANDREIA CHAVES.

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TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA, se define como diseñador de energia emocional. Le gusta que sus obras incorporen y expongan una misteriosa aura a través del tamaño, la luz, el viento, el sonido y color puro del cristal, hielo, nieve, su transparencia. I N O C E N C I A. E X P E R I E N C I A.Iranzu Guijarro

Este año 2012, ha sido premiado como mejor diseñador por los premios NOW! Design à vivre 2012 CREATOR OF THE YEAR de Paris. En honor a este premio expuso en la MAISON & OBJECT de Paris su última obra “Crystallized Project”. Ver Video de la exposición.  Sus piezas, formas y materiales tratan de crear un nuevo retrato a la naturaleza. I M P R E S I O N A N T E.

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Rainbow Church, KOREA 2006-2010

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DESTINY, Moonlight, Painting /Japan 2007.

Las piezas pintadas de la obra están creadas por las vibraciones de la música compuesta por Fredic Chopin. “Ballade nº1 en Sol Mineur, Op.23” “Étud Op.10 nº12” “Fantasie- Improptu Op. Posth 66”.

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Super Fiber Revolution, Exposición Japón

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Rose. MAISON&OBJECT, Paris. Premio Now! Design à vivre CREATOR OF THE YEAR. 2012.

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