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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Nothing to Hide? Art, Surveillance, and Privacy


Nothing to Hide? Art, Surveillance, and Privacy, is a multidisciplinary exhibition of visual art, public art, film, public discussions, performance, interactivity and spoken word, all exploring the prevalence of surveillance and its impact on the way we lead our lives.

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Morten Lind and Michelle Teran Man and machine – Who controls whom?


Thursday, February 16 Kunsthall Trondheim  Have we subjected ourselves to machines, or do they constitute new ways for us to organize? Research Scientist in Robotics at SINTEF Morten Lind, and newly appointed Associate Professor at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art (KiT) Michelle Teran, will give us a critical insight in to contemporary relationships […]

Future Guides for Cities: From Information to Home


“Future Guides: From Information to Home” is an artistic research project on following: how to practice and theorize following. It was carried out between 2010-2014 within the Norwegian Artistic Fellowship Programme and around the Bergen Academy of Art and Design. A final exhibition of my artistic research, “Your Revolution Begins at Home“, took place at the USF Gallery and Cinemateket in Bergen, September 4-14, 2014. The critical reflection text, “Confessions of an Online Stalker” accompanied and reflected on the artistic results of the research.

The critical reflection text can be downloaded here: