Karin Hansson

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    • Karin Hansson is an artist, curator and at researcher in Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University, Sweden, with artistic methodologies and participatory process online as research focus. Hansson previously carried out a series of thematic art projects and exhibitions related to information society and changing conditions for democracy.


    • Karin Hans­son is an artist & cu­ra­tor. She works as a se­nior lec­turer in Media Art and is also a PhD stu­dent at The Royal In­sti­tute of Arts in Stock­holm and The Com­puter & Sys­tem Sci­ence De­part­ment at Stock­holm Uni­ver­sity, SE. Within the frame­work of the arts or­gan­i­sa­tion As­so­ci­a­tion for Tem­po­rary Art [a: t] (Åsa An­der­s­son Broms and Nils Claes­son et al), Hans­son pre­vi­ously car­ried out a se­ries of the­matic art pro­jects and ex­hi­bi­tions re­lated to in­for­ma­tion so­ci­ety and chang­ing con­di­tions for democ­racy: Best be­fore – on the In­for­ma­tion So­ci­ety, Ten­sta Kon­sthall (1999) The Art of Or­ga­niz­ing, Gallery Enke­huset (2000), Money – a com­men­tary on the new econ­omy (2001) and Pub­lic Opin­ion (2002) at House of Cul­ture in Stockholm. This paper is writ­ten to­gether with artists Jo­hanna Gustafs­son Fürst (gustafssonfurst.se) & Thomas Lil­jen­berg (thomasliljenberg.se), and re­searchers at the The De­part­ment of Com­puter & Sys­tems Sci­ences at Stock­holm Uni­ver­sity (dsv.su.se/en); Love Eken­berg, Mats Daniels­son & Aron Lars­son.

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