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Streaming Museum’s exhibition program at Utsikten Kunstsenter, Kvinesdal, Norway, pictured below, has been produced in collaboration with Artistic Director, Torill Haugen. The museum has also exhibited with Public Art Screens i/o Lab, Senter for Framtidskunst in Stavanger, Norway, in collaboration with Director Hege Tapio Gaare and Curator Daniela Arriado.

Streaming Museum’s Nordic Outbreak, an exhibition of over 30 Nordic artists curated for public space, launched in NYC in March 2013. It traveled to every Nordic country in 2013 – 2014, as well as other locations in Streaming Museum international network of partnering screens.


Nordic Outbreak artworks were selected from the collection for each site specific location by Streaming Museum Associate Curator, Tanya Toft and Nordic Curators affiliated with the project:

Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland: Co-curator, Kati Kivinen, Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki

Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland: Birta Gudjonsdottir, Curator and Artist

Danish Architecture Center, Copenhagen, Denmark: Jacob Lillemose, Curator of Transmediale and Writer

Screen City Festival, Stavenger, Norway: Daniela Arriado, Curator, and Mirjam Struppek, Urbanist, Curator, Founding Partner of Streaming Museum

Katuaq the Cultural Centre of Greenland, Nuuk: Curated by Tanya Toft

Umea, Sweden, for the Inauguration of the city as European Capital of Culture 2014: Curated by Tanya Toft

Nordic Outbreak was also exhibited on screens in the Streaming Museum network around the world

Complete information at

Nordic Outbreak has been supported by: Nordic Culture Fund, Nordic Culture Point, Consulate General of Sweden, Royal Norwegian Consulate General, Consulate General of Finland, Consulate General of Denmark, Consulate General of Iceland, Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Icelandic Art Center.


The view from UTSIKTEN, Kvinesdal, South Norway
Shimmer and Torstein Sødal Concert 2010
Jewels og Kvinesdal by Raphaele Shirley at UTSIKTEN 2009

Utsikten Kunstsenter is located at a small village in the south of Norway with a unique view of the fjord. UK is the newest art arena in the south region of Norway.  The art centre’s dedication to art and technology has brought to the region a unique selection of contemporary art. Utsikten Kunstsenter is connected to Utsikten Hotell, and has its own art channel that can be viewed on all the TVs in the hotel. Visitors can also view the art programs in the public projection area in the entrance hall to the art center and hotel. Utsikten Kunstsenter is generously supported by Norwegian Art Council.

Artistic Director, Torill Haugen, Tel: 00 47 92 22 22 27


I/o/lab – Senter for Framtidskunst

Stavanger, Norway

Hege Tapio Gaare, Director

Public Art Screens program in 3 cities: Stavanger, Sandnes and Hå, Norway

Stavanger municipality has a population of 126,469.There are 197,852 people living in the Stavanger conurbation, making Stavanger the fourth largest city, but the third largest urban area, in Norway. Stavanger is the centre of the Stavanger metropolitan area, which has a population of 297,569, and the administrative centre of Rogaland county. The city is commonly referred to as the Petroleum Capital of Norway.


Sandnes is a city located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) south of Stavanger, and these two cities have expanded so as to form a conurbation.

Venues for Public Art Screens: VITENFABRIKKEN KINOKINO

Hå is a municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. Hå is the southernmost municipality in the district Jæren. It has a beautiful rural and scenic landscape along the coastline. Population is about 15,000.

Venue for Public Art Screens: HÅ GAMLE PRESTEGARD


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