New exhibition collaboration with the National Museum of Science and Technology

2 July, 2007 - 19:00

Picture: Iron object from the collections of the National Museum of Science and Technology. © National Museum of Science and Technology    

The Art & Technology-programme and the National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm has started a new exhibition collaboration. The project is a free-standing continuation of Man Machine. The exhibition opening will take place in December 2007. The new project does not have a formal title yet, but is a free-standing continuation of Art & Tecnology´s earlier project Man Machine. Björn Norberg, curator, is project manager as before. This time he has invited three artist to participate. They are Matti Kallionen, Ebba Matz och Christian Partos.– The idea with the whole project is that it is open-ended. The theme is the National Museum of Science and Technology collections. There will be an interaction between the technology and its history, says Björn Norberg. The project will start in September with work shops for the participating artists: – They will start exploring the museum collections. The artists will produce their art works during the autumn. The exhibition opens at the beginning of December 2007 and will be open until the end of April 2008. Compared to the earlier Man Machine project this is a bigger production.– The participating artist are fewer but the exhibition will be bigger and more elaborated. They get more time and resources to produce their works.Visit related web sites:National Museum of Science and Technology >>Artist Ebba Matz >>Artist Matti Kallionen >>Artist Christian Partos >>Read article about Man Machine in the electronical review Hz >>Text: Carina Ruotsalainen