Mogens Jacobsen

Mogens Jacobsen (born 1959) is a Danish artist living in Copenhagen. In the 1980s he worked with music and performance as a member of the group Cinema Noir. In the early 1990s he was a pioneer of online art in Denmark. In 1992 he founded the artist group "The Artnode Foundation" with Niels Bonde, Kim Borreby, Nicholas von Recke, Martin Pingel and Christian Heide. Later the group was joined by Morten Schjødt, Peter Fjeldberg and Jacob Lillemose.
In 2000 Jacobsen changed focus, moving away from screen-based works and towards physical objects and installations. But still with Internet-based telematic elements.
Jacobsen has exhibited at home and abroad, including several times at ZKM in Germany, the Brazilian FILE festival, the Austrian Ars Electronica Festival, NO+CH in China and the Media Art Festival in Japan.

Related websites

Sketches, ideas and research can be found this blog: molab.moogco.dk.
Projects releated to the Artnode Foundation can be found at www.artnode.org.
Photos can be view on Flickr: www.flickr.com/artnodemo.
A scrapbook can be found on Tumblr: artnode.tumblr.com.
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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