Festival Team

Pixelache staff 2010


Festival Programme Facilitator: Juha Huuskonen
Festival Executive Director: Ville Hyvönen
Festival Coordinator: Nathalie Aubret
Production Assistant: Ulla Jaakkola
Graphic Design and Visual Identity : Tuomo Tammenpää / YATTA
Pixelache 10 website & communication infra: Petri Lievonen

Volunteers
Risto Kantola, Aikku Meura, Simon Traut, Paula Saraste, Minna Piirainen, Pirjo Mönttinen, Jasmin Anglén, Kirsi hellman, Christian Sjöholm, Eeva-Liisa Puhakka, Eeva Bergroth, Silke Brandt, Wojtek Mejor, Maiximilian Murmann, Miia Puustinen, Silke Brandt, Juuriaan Pots, Ieva Cepaite, Petra Martinez, Teemu Nurmelin, Jari Suominen

Pixelache Helsinki is organised by non-profit organisation Piknik Frequency.
Piknik Frequency members: Ville Hyvönen (board chairman), Andrew Gryf Paterson, Antti Ahonen, Aura Seikkula, Jenni Valorinta, Jon Irigoyen, Juha Huuskonen, Jussi Ängeslevä, Mikko Laajola, Mikko Lipiäinen, Petri Lievonen, Petri Ruikka, Tuomo Tammenpää, Ulla Taipale, Wojtek Mejor

Programme team(s) and collaborations


Camp Pixelache: A collaboration between Pixelache and Kerava Art Museum. Coordinated by Juha Huuskonen & Ulla Jaakkola, discussion programme hosted by Mike Bradshaw / BarCamp Helsinki.

Herbologies & Foraging Networks: Initiated and organised by Andrew Gryf Paterson/Pixelache, Ulla Taipale/Capsula and Signe Pucena/SERDE. Supported by a Kultur Kontakt Nord Culture and Art Programme grant, The Austrian Embassy in Helsinki, and Kuvataideakatemia.

Art Meets Energy Consumption: A collaboration between Pixelache and Helsingin Energia.

Art & Sustainability: Organised by Antti Ahonen/Pixelache in collaboration with Taavet Jansen & Maike Lond/MIM project.

Art & Technoscience seminar: A conference by the Academy of Fine Arts in Finland, in collaboration with the Finnish Bioart Society and Pixelache festival. Organised by Terike Haapoja and Erich Berger.

DASHNDEM exhibition: Curated by Aura Seikkula. The venue for the exhibition is Akkuna Gallery in Lasipalatsi.

Featured Labs and Study Programmes: Carnegie Mellon University researchers’ participation has been made possible by the How to Build a Dishwasher project and its supporters. Valand c:art:media programme and Piet Zwart Institute have supported the participation of their staff and students.

The Invisible City: Organised and curated by Jon Irigoyen. The venue for the exhibition is Myymälä2.

GOTO10 programme: Curated by Aymeric Mansoux & Marloes de Valk/GOTO10.

Open Source Hardware: Organised by Tuomo Tammenpää.

Let's Make Noise, Let's Play Together: A collaboration between IHME 2010 and Pixelache. Workshop concept by Minna Piirainen, workshop teachers are members of Koelse (Association of Experimental Electronics).

Windowfarms Finland: A collaboration between Mikko Laajola, Niko Punin and Andrew Gryf Paterson, with construction and documentation support of Karthikeya Acharya, Antti Ahonen, Sarah Alden, Nathalie Aubert, Andrea Botero, Ieva Cepaite, Kavita Gonsalves, Simo Haanpää, Kati Hyyppä, Lotta Kauppi, Miška Knapek, Cathérine Kuebel, Mikko Laukkanen, Luna Leinonen, Teemu Leinonen, Merja Markkula, Wojtek Mejor, Anne Naukkarinen, Papu Pirtola, Jurriaan Pots, Niko Punin, Sofi Salonen, Pinja Sipari, Tommi Taipale and Ulla Taipale. Supported by a Kultur Kontakt Nord Culture and Art Programme and an AVEK Production grant, with organisational support by Kiasma Theatre, and material support from Edison Optimo and Puutarhurin Verstas.

IHME Club: A collaboration between IHME 2010 and Pixelache. Programme by Timo Kaukolampi and Petri Ruikka / Pixelache.

Video in Theatre Seminar: Organised by Ville Hyvönen.

Urban Projection Laboratory: Organised by Ville Hyvönen, supported by Helsingin Energia, Avision and the Finnish National Theatre.

Signals from the South: Curated by Nathalie Aubret. The venue for the exhibition is MUU Gallery.

How to Build a Dishwasher: A project by Ben Brown, Iheanyi Umez-Eronini, Geoff Gordon, Sue Ann Hong, Marek Michalowski, Paul Scerri, Axel Straschnoy and Garth Zeglin. Initiated by Axel Straschnoy and Paul Scerri and produced by Piritta Puhto. It is based at the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. The project is supported by Alfred Kordelin Foundation, The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture (AVEK), The National Arts Council (Finland), Uusimaa Arts Council, Kone Foundation, Helsinki University/Computer Science department, The Collaborative Machining Center, CMU and The Studio of Creative Inquiry, CMU.