If you're looking for the controversial point at which design becomes a work of art, and vice versa, head to the exhibition “Camouflage”. Held at Helsinki's contemporary art museum Kiasma from June 15 through October 7, it's part of the program for World Design Capital Helsinki 2012. It's up to the viewer to decide whether the works – created by 15 participating artists and collectives from around the world – fall into the discipline of contemporary art, or that of design. This may depend on the works' context, or it could even stay unsettled. That is why the exhibition's curator, Leevi Haapala, when revealing the project's conceptual side, called it “Camouflage”. The word designates not only the pattern seen on military fatigues, but also the blending-in of something into its surrounding environment. “The art of disguise is both visual deception and hiding, put to use as a strategy,” says Haapala. The exhibited works are unified by excellent quality in their execution, which reflects both the artists' skills at mastering the most diverse of materials, and their ability to justify the use thereof, no matter the disciplinary context.