100 Works

Creating a Glass Lens - a Metaphor for Learning

Kirsti Taiviola

The Pace of Learning – Combining Face-to-Face and Online Teaching in Architectural History

Anu Koponen & Sari Kivimäki

Art-based Research of Consumer Culture

Anastasia Seregina & Oskar Christensson

Instructions to lose my way: about artistic work and research from up close

Marika Orenius

Real Love: Fragments on Art Education, Politics, and Jacques Lacan

Juuso Tervo

Violence and the Other in Contemporary Art: A Question of Ethics for Art Education

Kevin Tavin & Mira Kallio-Tavin

The Lacanian Real in Lars von Trier's Antichrist

Henriikka Huunan-Seppälä

Colour Flow & Colour Collage

Barbara Jansen

Experimental sites and encounters: Open formats as catalysts for the renewal of ethnographic arts

Eeva Berglund & Tomás S. Criado

Monet and me - The story of an inspiration

Hanna-Kaisa Korolainen

Material Transformations - Making as a Catalyst of Experience

Susanna Suurla

Art of Research VII: Authorship and Responsibility

Harri Laakso, Sofia Pantouvaki & Julia Valle-Noronha

Dissolving orphan collections in the commons

Marina Valle Noronha


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Camilla Groth, Maarit Mäkelä, Harri Laakso & Susanna Helke

Unfolding the Unexpressed: The Grotesque, Norms and Repressions

Henriikka Huunan-Seppälä

Echoes from the dark forest: affect in the learning of contemporary art and (in) the ecology of subjectivity

Mikko Snellman

Data from: How close do we live to water? a global analysis of population distance to freshwater bodies

Matti Kummu, Hans De Moel, Philip J. Ward & Olli Varis
Traditionally, people have inhabited places with ready access to fresh water. Today, over 50% of the global population lives in urban areas, and water can be directed via tens of kilometres of pipelines. Still, however, a large part of the world's population is directly dependent on access to natural freshwater sources. So how are inhabited places related to the location of freshwater bodies today? We present a high-resolution global analysis of how close present-day populations...

Data from: Interacting networks of resistance, virulence and core machinery genes identified by genome-wide epistasis analysis

Marcin J. Skwark, Nicholas J. Croucher, Santeri Puranen, Claire Chewapreecha, Maiju Pesonen, Ying Ying Xu, Paul Turner, Simon R. Harris, Stephen B. Beres, James M. Musser, Julian Parkhill, Stephen D. Bentley, Erik Aurell & Jukka Corander
Recent advances in the scale and diversity of population genomic datasets for bacteria now provide the potential for genome-wide patterns of co-evolution to be studied at the resolution of individual bases. Here we describe a new statistical method, genomeDCA, which uses recent advances in computational structural biology to identify the polymorphic loci under the strongest co-evolutionary pressures. We apply genomeDCA to two large population data sets representing the major human pathogens Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcus) and...

Art as a continual arrival of life within oneself

Cecilia von Brandenburg

The Pedagogical Challenge of Interdisciplinary University Programs

Saija Hollmén

Occupying Non-Place - Art Education Disturbed

Tiina Pusa & Minna Suoniemi

Educational turn - so what?

Elina Heikkilä

Dimensional - Lived Spatiality. Art of Painting Based on The Environment

Anne Sunila

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  • Aalto University
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