Look, PNEK made a website as well as a book: Elektronisk kunst i offentlige rom. In addition to my piece, which is an introductory essay called Kunst i bevegelse, there are descriptions and photos of sixteen electronic artworks in Norwegian public spaces. It’s a great catalogue of interesting work, and it’s going to be translated into English eventually, too.

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  1. Chris

    I have no idea what these pieces are about, but the images alone are compelling. I very much look forward to the english translation!

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