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Kurenniemi – A Man From the Future

Erkki Kurenniemi is a curious case in media art history. He is the “Finnish hybrid of Stockhausen, Buckmister Fuller and Steve Jobs” who offers an alternative insight to past decades of interactions between art, science and technology.

He was featured at Documenta 13, part of a great exhibition at Kunsthall Aarhus, and now  Kiasma (Helsinki) is running an exhibition focusing on his technological art practice.

With Joasia Krysa, we are preparing an edited collection for MIT Press on Kurenniemi’s work.

However, today is published a nice little collection of writings (in English) on Kurenniemi’s character and work: Erkki Kurenniemi – A Man From the Future! Do read and dip into an alternative insight to post World War II artistic cultures of science and engineering.

Kurenniemi: Electronics in the World of Tomorrow (1964)

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