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Electronic Art in Norway

1960 - 2020
Friday 19.11.21
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Welcome to the launch of the first art historical overview of electronic art in Norway.

Not much has been written about electronic art in Norway, and the book helps to fill this gap in the knowledge about the development from 1960 until now. Norwegian artists who have worked electronically and digitally are in part better known abroad than in Norway, and have won several international awards, exhibited at the largest biennials and received attention in foreign media. The book presents their stories as a historical, pictorial and artistic narrative of works, developmental features and contemporary contexts. A total of 100 artists are included in the book. The book's editors are Zane Cerpina, Ståle Stenslie and Jøran Rudi Publisher: TEKS.press

Participating artists

Bjørn Askefoss, Siri Austeen, Natasha Barrett, Laura Beloff, Hanan Benammar, Kristin Bergaust, Erich Berger, Kjell Bjørgeengen, Joakim Blattmann, Eirik Arthur Blekesaune, Christian Blom, Martinka Bobrikova og Oscar de Carmen, Arild Boman, Øyvind Brandtsegg, Magnus Bugge, Christian Bøen, Zane Cerpina, Jan Christensen, Anders Fjøsne Løvhøiden, Anne Marthe Dyvi, Espen Sommer Eide, Unnur Andrea Einarsdóttir, Farhad Kalantary, Asbjørn Blokkum Flø, Gisle Frøysland, Yngvild Færøy & Søssa Jørgensen, Espen Gangvik, HC Gilje, Bjørnar Habbestad, Bjørn Erik Haugen, Marianne Heske, Per Hess, Risto Holopainen, Martin Høyem, Jiska Huizing, Gunhild M. Husvik-Olaussen, Ewa Jacobsson, Ove Alexander Jamt Dahl, Stine Janvin, Vibeke Jensen, Cecilia Jonsson, Maren Dagny Juell, Gyrid Nordal Kaldestad, Haraldur Karlsson, Cathrine Kramer, Ignas Krunglevičius, Thomas Kvam, Kenneth Korstad Langås og Morten Minothi Kristiansen, Jørgen Larsson, Signe Lidén, Anne Cecilie Lie, Trond Lossius, Bjørn Magnhildøen, Anja Malec, Lawrence Malstaf, Heidi Rognskog Mella, Gisle Martens Meyer, Bull.Miletic, Ola Eseth Moen, Pia Myrvold, Kristoffer Myskja, Silje Nes, Atle Selnes Nielsen, Koka Nikoladze, Camille Norment, Birk Nygaard, Frode Oldereid, Kate Pendry, Pearla Pigao, Per Platou, Sven Påhlsson, Scott Rettberg, Roosna & Flak, Anthony Rowe, Jøran Rudi, Ellen J. Røed, Mats Jørgen Sivertsen, Daniel Slåttnes, Ivar Smedstad, Amanda Steggell, Ståle Stenslie, Petr Svarovsky, Hege Tapio, Espen Tversland, Hilde og Bård Tørdal, Amund Ulvestad, Maia Urstad, Tor Jørgen van Eijk, Marius Watz, Marieke Verbiesen, Jeremy Welsh, Verdensteatret, Trine Wester, Jana Winderen.

Publisher

TEKS - Trondheim Elektroniske Kunstsenter is a resource and competence platform for art and technology established as a non-profit foundation in 2002. The foundation is the initiator and producer of Meta.Morf - Trondheim International Biennial for Art and Technology, the dissemination room TEKS.studio, the publication archive Norsk Mediakunstbibliotek and the publishing platform TEKS.press.

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