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Mogens Jacobsen at Nordic Outbreak NY

Mogens Jacobsen at Nordic Outbreak NY

by Annette Finnsdottir last modified Aug 08, 2013 07:54 PM
Mogens Jacobsen is exhibiting his video "Landskaber" (2006/2007) at the NO New York
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Streaming Museum presents Nordic Outbreak, a traveling exhibition of moving image with over thirty nordic artists which launches throughout New York City March 31 to April 6, 2013. The exhibition is curated for public space and organized by curators Nina Colosi and Tanya Toft. Nordic Outbreak will be viewed as large projections and on screens in public spaces, on its website, and at partnering arts, cultural and architectural centers.

Mogens Jacobsen, who will be exhibiting his video "Landskaber" (2006/2007) at the NO New York, is in the amazing company of Eija-Liisa Ahtila, J Tobias Anderson, Björk, Ken Are Bongo, Jeannette Ehlers, Efterklang, Jette Ellgaard, Jessica Faiss, Marit Følstad, Søren Thilo Funder, Sigurdur Gudjonsson, Styrmir Örn Gudmundsson, Eva-Mari Haikala, Iselin Linstad Hauge, Kaia Hugin, Hanne Ivars, Mogens Jacobsen, Vibeke Jensen, Jesper Just, Hannu Karjalainen, Antti Laitinen, Dan Lestander, Una Lorenzen, Pernille With Madsen, Dodda Maggy, Eva Olsson, QNQ/AUJIK, Miia Rinne, Egill Saebjornsson, Magnus Sigurdarson, Birgitte Sigmundstad and Superflex.

In the fall 2013 Nordic Outbreak will visit the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) in Copenhagen with a program of Streaming Museum and curated by Tanya Toft and Jacob Lillemose. The exhibition at DAC thematically expands on an architectural dimension of interface aesthetics and digital moving images in an urban context.

Nordic Outbreak is produced in collaboration with Nordic curators Daniela Arriado, Birta Gudjonsdottir, Kati Kivinen, and Jacob Lillemose.


Jacobsens Landskaber shows what reminds us of a landscape passing by a train window. After a while the lines are getting displaced. The field becomes the sky and vice versa. Gradually, the spatial representation of a landscape disappears and the screens become living stripes, which the spectator battles to preserve as one total structure. What we thought was a form of nature is revealed as only a screen formed by our own ideas. In this work, the artist removes defining layers from new media: the screen-image, the interface and the interaction. What remains is a kernel of computation.


Mogens Jacobsens "Landskaber" udstillet under Manhattan Bridge i New York 2013 i udstillingserien NORDIC OUTBREAK.

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