Ongoing artistic Doctor of Art project in Aalto University, Finland. Will be published 2021. http://www.everydayanomalies.com
Artis Libris is a game which helps to formulate ideas for organising cultural and art content in libraries, planned in a work group (Geir Byrkjeland, Antti Hintsa, Jenni Latva, Jimmy Pulli and Oona Tikkaoja). It was commissioned by the Library of Vaasa together with The Arts Promotion Center TAIKE in 2019.
Piiloleikki a project started by Oona Tikkaoja in 2011. It produces a continuously growing art piece: local art-paths, which are made of sculptural marks made by different participants and combined to a network via a digital map. The marks can be casted in bronze, 3D printed or they can be immaterial stories, which will be…
An art game for (work) communities. The concept was developed as a part of IRM-Tool EU project in 2019. The game encourages its participants to make small tasks which boosts positive social relationships and creative atmosphere in the workplace. Below longer description in Finnish: Yhteispeli, konseptin esittely Yhteispeli on taidepeli, joka tukee yhteisöllisyyttä ja verkostoitumista, tuo…
Agency for Cultural Well-being 2015-2017, I worked in the project as co-manager. EU project promoting productizing and marketing art-based services to the social and healthcare sector. Project partners: Humak University of Applied Sciences, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Saimaa University of Applied Sciences, Jyväskylä University, Arts Promotion Centre Finland. More info (in Finnish): http://www.hvvt.fi https://www.facebook.com/hyvinvoinninvalitystoimisto
2014 A game about the fine line between “normal” and the other possibilities in the everyday life. More info: http://branchingrealities.com/8-x-8-x-8/
2010 My Master’s work for the Finnish Art Academy Interactive story of a living sculpture. Master’s Thesis: Abmo (in Finnish) Photos from the exhibition in gallery Becker, Jyväskylä, Finland 2008.
2009 – Various European cities Bright yellow pens stating “Where do all the lost pens go?” left in urban environment for random people to find.