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Superalgoritmin Suomi -tutkimus

Art Evaluation Research Finland

Step Evaluation Research Finland




SUPERALGORITMIN SUOMI -TUTKIMUS

Suomalaisuus on nyt enemmän kuin koskaan talouskasvua, jossa vaaditaan pelottomia valintoja. Yhtiömme arvoissa ei ole koskaan ollut sijaa valitsematta jättämiselle, ja tätä yrityskulttuuria haluamme levittää myös nyt, kun sovellamme sinuun yhtiön käänteentekevää innovaatiota: superalgoritmia.Uusi kansallinen kivijalka on globaalin yrityksemme lahja satavuotiaalle Suomelle. Suomi saa olla ensimmäinen kansakunta,jolla on superalgoritmin tuottama oma kansallinen symboli. Dataa kerätään ympäri Suomea vuoden 2017 aikana. Innovaatiokeskittymät Fiskarsin ruukkikylä Länsi-Uudellamaalla ja Jyväskylän kaupunki Keski-Suomessa ovat ensimmäiset datan keräysalueet.

Tutkimuksen tiedote/ Press release of the research in Finnish (pdf)

Katso kuinka algoritmi MOLCK 10x10 hakee symboleja/ See how the algorithm works

MIKÄ ON SINUN SUOMI-symbolisi? Käy valitsemassa tämän linkin kautta

Photo © Kaisa Lipponen
Photo © Kaisa Lipponen
Photo © Kaisa Lipponen
Photo © Kaisa Lipponen
Photo © Kaisa Lipponen
Photo © Kaisa Lipponen


ART EVALUATION RESEARCH FINLAND

The Europe United has hired Mind Less Research Finland to collect data for Art Evaluation of Finnish art. The data is collected through audits in exhibitions. If the audit is passed, EU grants a certificate to the arranger of the specific exhibition. The exhibitions have been carefully chosen to give the best cross-section of the Finnish art at this moment. The audits were started in the year 2011.

Press release of the research in Finnish(pdf)

The evaluation criteria and scale in Finnish(pdf)

The certificate sample in Finnish (pdf)

EXECUTED DATA COLLECTION AND RESEARCH:
(Each title is a link to detailed information on the specific audition)

Research No 1
CENTRAL FINLAND AREA:
Jyväskylä Art Museum and Artists Association 2011, Finland.


Research No 2
CENTRAL FINLAND AREA:
Eino Leino, Nocturne analysis 2012


Research No 3
WESTERN UUSIMAA AREA:
SPARK -Critical contemporary art and design exhibition by The cooperative of artisans, designers and artists in Fiskars 2013, Finland.


Research No 4 FINLAND, ALL AREAS:
Art Fair Suomi 13, Cable Factory Puristamo & Valssaamo, Helsinki, Finland.

Photo © Uula Kontio

ART EVALUATION RESEARCH FINLAND

CENTRAL FINLAND AREA:

Data collection and audit was completed at the Jyväskylä Art Museum in Spring 2011 at the Annual Artist´s associations exhibition. Due to the results, a certificate was granted to Jyväskylä Art Museum and Jyväskylä Artists Association giving certainty of safe exhibiting to the parties in hand.
To the results (Due to national research, results are in Finnish)
In following images evaluating the art work of Pekka Suomäki (Pict 1)and Aino Kajaniemi (Pict. 2).

Photo © Uula Kontio

Photo © Uula Kontio

Photo © Uula Kontio

Photo © Uula Kontio
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THE RESULTS FOR CENTRAL
FINLAND AREA 2011

The results from Jyväskylä Artists Association´s annual exhibition at the Jyväskylä Art Museum 2011 give us the joy to inform that the exhibition visitors and viewers are safe.

The results indicate that 88,1 % of the research material has enough local cultural features. It means that the artists who have created the 88,1 %, have a good chance in the future working as artists in Finland. There was only 5,3 % Finnish fine art in the material. It means that overall exhibition quality is not mediocre, but not the highest quality either. That is alarming considering the financial aspect of art sale. 1,3 % of the art work is disruptive for the viewers and we have suggested the organizers to demolish it at once. This procentige is not however hazardous enough to distroy the safety of the whole exhibition.










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Photo © Pekka Suomäki

ART EVALUATION RESEARCH FINLAND

CENTRAL FINLAND AREA:
Eino Leino, Nocturne analysis 2012

Mind Less Research Finland reanalyzed Eino Leino´s Nocturne.

Nocturne is one of the most beloved poem in Finland. Mind Less Research Finland was hired by Jyväskylä Artists Association to analyze the poem and bring it to our time.

The Analyze was published on Eino Leino´s day July the 6th at Gallery Höyry in Korpilahti.

Read the analyze and results in Finnish (pdf file)

Photo © Pekka Suomäki

Photo © Pekka Suomäki
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Photo © Hannu Hjerppe

ART EVALUATION RESEARCH FINLAND

WESTERN UUSIMAA AREA:

SPARK -Critical contemporary art and design exhibition by The cooperative of artisans, designers and artists in Fiskars 2013. Curated by art critic Otso Kantokorpi.

Data was collected on May 12th 2013. The results have been published in Finnish (due to national research)on June 15th 2013 on this site and at the Kipinä exhibition. The english version of the results will be also published in the near future on this site. To the results (Due to national research, results are in Finnish)

Photo © Jefunne Gimpel

THE RESULTS FOR WESTERN
UUSIMAA AREA 2013

The results from Kipinä exhibition 2013 give us the pleasure to inform that the exhibition visitors and viewers are safe.

The results indicate that 65 % of the research material (the art and design work) has enough local cultural features. It means that the artists who have created the 65 %, have a good chance in the future working as artists in Finland. Nevertheless, there was no fine Finnish art at all in the material. It means that overall exhibition quality is mediocre. That is alarming considering the financial aspect of art sale. One art work is disruptive for the viewers and we have suggested the organizers to demolish it at once. This one art work is not however hazardous enough to distroy the safety of the whole exhibition.










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Photo © Ilari Kähönen

ART EVALUATION RESEARCH FINLAND

ALL FINLAND AREA:

Mind Less Research Finland executed an audit at the art sale event Art Fair 2013. The audit took place on September 27th during 7 - 9 pm. Results have been published on this site on November 29th 2013.

Art Fair Suomi is a joint event organized by the Artists’ Association MUU and the Union of Artist Photographers in Finland. To the results (Due to national research, results are in Finnish)

Photo © Ilari Kähönen

Photo © Ilari Kähönen

Photo © Ilari Kähönen

Photo © Ilari Kähönen

Photo © Ilari Kähönen

THE RESULTS FOR ALL
FINLAND AREA 2013

The results from Art Fair Suomi 2013 give us the pleasure to inform that the exhibition visitors and viewers were safe.

The results indicate that 77 % of the research material (the art and work) had enough local cultural features. It means that the artists who have created the 77 % of the art work, have a good chance in the future working as artists in Finland. Nevertheless, there was only 7,5 % fine finnish art in the material. This means that overall Art Fair Suomi 2013 quality is just mediocre. That is alarming considering the financial aspect of art sale. Only 0,5 % of the art work was disruptive for the viewers and we suggested the organizers to demolish it at once. This procentage was not however hazardous enough to distroy the safety of the whole event.








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STEP EVALUATION RESERACH FINLAND

Central Finland area 2011

Step Evaluation in the Central Finland Area. The data was collected at the poverty meeting arranged by The National Institute of Health and Welfare in Finland. The results are not public due to EU law.

Photo © Matti Salmi

Photo © Matti Salmi

Photo © Matti Salmi

Photo © Matti Salmi

Photo © Matti Salmi

Photo © Matti Salmi
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MIND LESS RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL:

ECONOMIC GROWTH RESEARCH
-general information


Economic Growth -research in Portugal 2011

Economic Growth -research in Estonia 2012





ECONOMIC GROWTH RESEARCH -general information

The Equivalence and Growth Organization WEGO has chosen Mind Less Research International to carry out the Economic Growth -research in Europe. The organization is aiming to release a global scale of value to measure equivalence concerning human organisms. The definition is based on the WEGO standard (Global economic standard). Aim is to help the global community of economic growth to avoid any moral contradictions during all transaction. Quantitative research method is used to collect data for creating the scale. Human organisms are choosing their own value in the market meter. The value and the amount of choices are collected and analyzed.

Commissioner of research
World Equivalence and Growth Organisation W.E.G.O.

Action and results of the research provided by Mind Less Research International

Economic Growth -research in Portugal 2011

Economic Growth -research in Estonia 2012






ECONOMIC GROWTH RESEARCH
IN ESTONIA 2012

Collecting data in Estonia
Tartu, 24. - 25.8.2012.

In collaboration with Researcher Egge Kulbok-Lattik and The Center For Art and Social Practice in Estonia


THE RESEARCH:

Research CODE: 002-W-E-12
Location: Tartu , Estonia
Date: 24. - 25.8.2012

SESSION LOCATIONS
I The Dome Church ruins
II The University campus area
III Raekoja Square
IV The market hall

More about the WEGO research

I The Dome Church ruins











II The University campus area









III Raekoja Square













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RESULTS

The revealing of the results of this research as a whole takes place in the year 2014 after all the material has been collected and analyzed. Therefore the final conclusion and the Global scale for measuring equivalence concerning human organisms will be published after all the data has been collected and analyzed around the world. To preserve openness and ethics in research, we publish the latest data collected for the public to study.

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ECONOMIC GROWTH RESEARCH IN PORTUGAL 2011

Collecting data in Portugal
Évora, November 27th to 30th 2011.

In collaboration with the Escrita Na Paisagem -Land art and performance festival held in Évora, Portugal July to September 2011.

Research CODE: 001-W-E-11
Location: Évora, Portugal
Date: 27. - 30.9.2011

SESSION LOCATIONS
I The University campus area
II The market hall
III The Roman temple
IV The Giraldo square
More about the WEGO research

I The University campus area



























II The market hall



III The Roman temple













RESULTS

The revealing of the results of this research as a whole takes place in the year 2014 after all the material has been collected and analyzed. Therefore the final conclusion and the Global scale for measuring equivalence concerning human organisms will be published after all the data has been collected and analyzed around the world. To preserve openness and ethics in research, we publish the latest data collected for the public to study.






















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