Jeanne van Heeswijk and friends stir up discussion on local futures.
Metahaven's film explores truth and lies in the internet era.
Confonting the material, mental and political effects of today's online world.
Joana Moll makes visible the energy costs of an online purchase.
Anna Ridler speculates with algorithmic tulips.
Online activism project by artist collective Disnovation.org.
Jeanne van Heeswijk skecthes collective futures.
An evening to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web.
Discursive event on processes of collaborative art.
Audiovisual exploration of terrorism in the age of social media by Chloé Galibert-Laîné & Kevin B. Lee.
Experimental game commission with artists Tellervo and Oliver Kalleinen.
Otto Karvonen and Justus Kantakoski claim clothes as public art.
Workshop of located memories led by Babak Arzani and Johanna Raekallio.
Street photography on local identity by Rogério Nuno Costa and Jaime Culebro.
Local interventions in collaboration with the Partizaning collective.
Project on past and present utopias with Axel Straschnoy.
Feminist project on the gender pension gap by Bernadette Wolbring.
Anastasia Artemeva's site-specific project to re-imagine WW1 trenches.
eeefff group speculates on futures economy with kids.
Knitted soundscapes with composer Jobina Tinnemans and friends.
Local dialogues on global change - an exhibition at Maunula House.
Collaborative film realised in residency with Riikka Kuoppala and Thomas Martin.
Valentina Karga's collective totem representing the future values of a community.
Elena Mazzi encourages local responses to global media of crisis.
Choreographer Juli Reinartz explores media identities with teenagers.
Artist duo La Jetée deciphers climate change in private archives of a neighbourhood.
Workshop with YKON to experiment on the social format of the dinner.
Steve Maher detects underground music subcultures.
Nocturnal urban observations by Seppo Renvall, Maija Saksman and friends.
Media art festival highlighting visibility and invisibility in urban spaces.
Virtual protest against austerity politics.
Interactive projection and soundscape at Helsinki coastline by Fernando Visockis and Andre Vicentini.
Audiovisual facade projection at the Helsinki Observatory, Night of the Arts 2015.
Information activism project with Tactical Tech.
The artist presents a set of interdisciplinary work in context of her solo show at Sinne gallery.
Kalle Hamm presents work on otherness, minorities and immigration realized together with Dzamil Kamanger.
Media art education project to encourage children's agency online.
The artist deconstructs masculinity and runs the Alkovi window gallery.
World Wilder Lab amplifies the whispers of plants.
Suse Miessner invites citizens to message with their city's own alphabets.
Interviewed on the Vartiosaari island, the artist duo discuss their participatory practice.
Live performance for electronic music, radiowaves, lights and dancers by Shinji Kanki and friends.
Media art festival enrolling urban flora and fauna, as well as radio signals, networks and citizens as participants.
Timo Bredenberg explores the desert of the net economy.
With help from The Constitute, bees take over facades.
The artist discusses her work ranging from "situation sculptures" to music videos.
The pioneer of Finnish sound art speaks about his work with soundscapes and electronic music.
Heidi Tikka's interactive and site-specific works relate to affectivity and embodiment.
The artist discusses the approaches of bio art and art-science collaborations while presenting a set of work.
The artist presents her work and discusses relations of space, body and technology.
VJ group Random Doctors explore the social, spatial and political structures of the city.
A virtual bike ride through changing European cities.
An exchange of gazes between cities orchestrated by Mar Canet and Varvara Guljajeva.
Sander Veenhof's augmented reality makes smart phone users move.
Media art festival exploring the networked city.
Public screenings and seminar on Nordic media art.
Public intervention by Robin Hood cooperative, investment bank for the precariat.
Interview with artist Tuomo Rainio at his show The Reconfigured Image, April 2013.
The artist presents recent work, on the electronic blue, vjing and the perception of bats.
Albert Laine, a wizard of 3D techniques and hardware hacks, interviewed at his studio.
In the interview, the artist presents projects discussing homofobia and artificial intelligence.
Public face recognition and profiling by Timo Wright and Matti Niinimäki.
Michelle Teran reflects on YouTube videos as urban sense-making.
Media art and urban media for all - in the second Media Facades Festival edition in Helsinki.
YKON transforms news to script different futures.
An urban walk with ephemeral projections by Albert Laine and collaborators.
A collaborative project reflecting on words and images in the cityscape.
Open-source video archive on the changing neighbourhood of Kallio.
The artist presents her practice ranging from live cinema and remix to algae gathering.
The artist presents his projects on ethnic profiling, consumption and urban culture.
Visual artist Timo Bredenberg explores internet communities and movements.
Julian Oliver and Damian Stewart imagine a near future where advertising is replaced by art.
Interview with composer of experimental music, educator and radio dj Shinji Kanki.
The artist presents her media and collaborative work on psychology, abstraction and poverty.
Animated Christmas calendars created with kids in Kontula.
Breath-generated, site-specific landscapes by Hanna Haaslahti.
Antoine Schmitt dreams with data and facades.
Heidi Tikka traces urban gestures and the possibility of encountering otherness.
Dance moves on public facades by the Giants of the Hoods group.
Documentation of Finnish VJ and electronic music festival KTK at Kuudes linja club, Helsinki.
Tabloid newspaper advocating FLOSS and open source culture.
Neighbourhood film exchanges Helsinki-Liverpool with tenantspin.
Multilingual programme with news from Finland.
Workshops to produce videos on local life and history.
Festival on software art.