Happy Ever After at Kaapelitehdas 17.-29.5.

Kaapelitehdas gets its Happy Ever After in May. The opening event will be held on Friday May 16th at 17-20:00 and you are warmly welcome to join us at the Turbiinisali of Kaapelitehdas. Happy Ever After is a media art exhibition put together by the students of Art & Tech minor study programme of Aalto University. It will run on 17.-29.5.2014.

Being so lucky, that Ravintolapäivä is taking over Helsinki on Saturday May 17th, the students will have a special Ravintolapäivä event planned for the afternoon of the 17th. What a perfect way to enjoy the art exhibition, served with snacks!

As a space, Turbiinisali provides the opportunity for large installations in the intriguing environment of an old industrial space. The projects will include for example a video face mapping to a giant statue and an analogue visualization of the electronic signals that surround us.

The Art and Technology study programme, tutored this year by Andy Best and Matti Niinimäki, focuses on media art and especially electronic art. The emphasis is on interactive artworks that are spatial, embodied, or mobile.

The exhibition is open daily at 12-18:00. No admission fee.
Turbiinisali, Kaapelitehdas, Tallberginkatu 1, 00180 Helsinki

The student artists exhibiting at Happy Ever After:
Gabriel Wong
Olli Romppanen
Jinhee Kim
Niklas Kullström
Eunyoung Park
Heun Park
Barbara Rebolledo
Ian Tuomi


For more information, please contact
Leena Närekangas
Tel. 050 342 7114