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Weekend Wrap

Games and trees, virtual wizardry and food for the future

Enni-Kukka Tuomala seeks empathy through art in the most unlikely of places.

Enni-Kukka Tuomala

As the summer draws to a slow close, the arts are in season! Take a look at recent creativity from a Finnish perspective.

Petri Damstén gets creative in front of the lens. (Photo: Petri Damstén) Read Petapixel’s story

Tero Saarinen’s dance troupe is state of the art. (Photo: Tero Saarinen Company) Read Jacob’s Pillow’s article

The Woodies have plenty to do before Moominvalley settles down for Christmas. (Photo: Kidscreen/Twitter) Read our story

The Finnish game industry sees the forest for the trees. (Photo: Raimo Voutilainen/Vastavalo) Read our story

Enni-Kukka Tuomala begins her designer-in-residence posting at The Design Museum in London. (Photo: London Design Museum) Read more on the Museum’s webpage

ZOAN lives in the twilight zone between arts and technology. (Photo: ZOAN) Read XR4ALL’s interview

Immerse yourself in Amos Rex’s virtual exhibition. (Photo: Amos Rex) Read The Spaces’ story

Oura ring is the wearable to beat in 2020, according to Tech Crunch. (Photo: Oura) Read the review

Silentium summons a new album after a ten-year hiatus. (Photo: Silentium) Read Hysteria Mag’s story

The Finnish food industry has proven its creativity in recent years. (Photo: Entis) Read our article

By: Samuli Ojala