Minun Pelihistoriani (My Game History)

Co-lead with Jaakko Stenros a group of 13 students from the University of Tampere to form narratives of their own, very diverse and rich, game and play histories. The exhibition was the first temporary exhibition of The Finnish Museum of Games at the Museum centre Vapriikki, Tampere Finland 10.1.-1.3.2017. The exhibition material is available for a loan to events and other museums.


The Finnish Museum of Games

Participated to the committee work of the Finnish Museum of Games. The narrative, collection of games, emphasis and the visuals were discussed in the tight collaboration of seven committee members from museum, University of Tampere (me), game collectors, game journalisim and demoscene. The Finnish Museum of Games was partially crowd-funded and opened it doors to funders on December 2016. The museum opened for wider public in the January 2016.


Finnish Games Then and Now – The Praised, The Loved, The Frowned-upon and The Forgotten.

Leading a group of students and volunteers to build a pop-up exhibition on the long history of Finnish games all the way from 1918 to 2012. The exhibition was open for six days at the Rupriikki Media Museum and gathered over 1000 visitors around the Finland and the Globe.


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