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To find a form that accommodates the mess; that is the task of the artist now : Samuel Beckett
Bibliotheca Non Grata

 

Projektbild_BNG4Bibliotheca Non Grata is a public art project by artist Måns Wrange and architect Igor Isaksson, commissioned by the city of Umeå in Sweden, in memory of journalist, activist and author, Stieg Larsson’s work for democracy and free speech as well as against discrimination and racism.

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Transkription

 

Transkription (Transcription) is a public art project for a research building at the New Karolinska Solna Hospital (NKS) by Ilkka Isaksson and Inger Bergström. Commissioned by the Stockholms Läns Landsting (Stockholm County Council) after competition, to be realized 2016-17.

 

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OMBUD

Ombud is a combination think tank and creative studio and is organized as an open network of people from the fields of science, media, politics and the arts. Ombud was founded in 1999 by the artist Måns Wrange and the architect and designer Igor Isaksson.

ARKDOK 2.0

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Sound and video installation at the Swedish Architecture Museum in Stockholm. Part of Revision: MAMA on the construction of history (2004). In cooperation with Beeoff through Olle Huge, Tomas Linell and Mikael Scherdin. Programming and soundscape by Tomas Linell. A real time generated video stream was projected on the inside of the drop. The stream consisted of material from the architectural offices of White Arkitekter and Nyréns Arkitekter. See also the article ARKDOK 2.0 (in Swedish).

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OFFSPACE

Conceptualization of showcase settings for live video art, web broadcasted by Beeoff / Splintermind. At Telia Headquarters, Stockholm. Lightwave and Photoshop work.

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“Whose Bag Is This”

Concept for swedish design competition Artofshopping.

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To See for Your Self

 

 

To See for Your Self, installation at the Swedish Architecture Museum.

Installation at Room on the Run, the 1998 inaugural exhibition at the new Swedish Architecture Museum. In cooperation with Petter Aaro, Camilla Schlyter Aaro and Lena Nordin.

The installation was a comment on the virtual architecture of tomorrow. Mu was invited as one of four constellations, the other being Pehr Mårtens, Stefan Alenius and Jan Angbjär and SANAA / Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa. Sound by Jan Liljekvist. Textile works by Ulrika Wedin. Photos by Michael Perlmutter.

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