Hanne Mugaas
Since 2006
Works in Oslo Norway

BIO
Hanne Mugaas is an independent curator based in New York. She has curated exhibitions and screenings in Berlin, Stockholm, Tokyo and Paris. Recent projects include "Take it to the Net" for Vilma Gold in London, "Techniques of Today" for MIACA in Yokohama and "The Copy and Paste Show" for Rhizome.org. Mugaas is also a research assistant to Associate Curator Barbara London at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.


As-Found - Presidential Runner-ups




Presidential Runner-ups 1789 - 2004 Collected by Rafael Rozendaal

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3-D Dark Side of the Moon



3D model of the Dark Side of The Moon cover

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Wolf Vostell


Sun In Your Head (1963)



Sun In Your Head was first screened on September 14, 1963 as part of a larger 'happening' by Wolf Vostell called "9 Decollagen," which took place in nine different locations in Wuppertal, Germany. The film is based on Vostells principle of decollage,' but since no commercially available moving image technology provided the playback aspects of video at the time, Vostell had to film distorted images off a TV screen and later compose the temporal sequence.

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