Mogens Jacobsen

Mogens Jacobsen (born 1959 in Rome) is a Danish artist living in Copenhagen.
Mogens Jacobsen works with time-based objects and installations.
In the early 1990ies he was a pioneer of net-art in Denmark. In 1992 he founded the Danish net-art collective "The Artnode Foundation".
Since 2000 Jacobsen has moved away from screenbased works and towards physical electronic objects and interactive installations. His works are often machines or devices that critically and humorously examine the aesthetics of technology and our everyday lives dealings with the materials of technology.

Mogens Jacobsen has exhibited at numerous national and international venues, among others at the Media Art Festival in Japan, FILE in Brazil, ZKM in Germany, the Transmediale in Germany, and the Ars Electronics in Austria, Most recently, he has completed a large-scale interactive sculpture in the city of Vallensbæk outside Copenhagen. This pioneering work is a project commissioned by the Danish Arts Foundation as the first permanent interactive electronic art-piece in outdoor public space.

Mogens Jacobsen teaches experimental and critical design at the IT University of Copenhagen. He often works in interdisciplinary collaborative groups and in research projects.

Related websites

Projects releated to the Artnode Foundation can be found at www.artnode.org.
Videos on YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/artnode6.
Some presentations can be seen on Slideshare: www.slideshare.net/artnode.


ORCID researcher identification: 0000-0001-6090-9468

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