Temporary public installation, urban intervention Fill with water, plug in and play Target audience: random pedestrians; city dwellers, tourists and passers by Video documentation Every city has an invisible twin, an architecture in flux made up of electromagnetic waves emitted by its numerous electrical and wireless communications devices. The water jets and lights of the… Read More »
An article about the Electromagnetic Fountain’s presence at the Norwegian Telecom Museum, appeared in Frifagbevegelse, 12.04.20 På bølge med fontenen Tast en melding på mobilen din, og den underlige fontenen ved inngangen til Norsk Telemuseum vil sende vannstrålene i været. Det er rett og slett helt Elektromagnetisk. (Type an sms on your cell phone, and… Read More »
About a week ago strange white blobby things started to appear on the parts of the Electromagnetic Fountain, and the water gained a cloudy white colour. Why they have appeared now and not in previous events is probably due to the fact that the fountain is turned off at night, stopping the circulation of water.… Read More »
After the second day of installation at the Norwegian Telecom Museum all is looking pretty rosy for the Electromagnetic Fountain. But not before the discovery that the fountain’s filters had not been cleaned after its last exhibition at the National Research Days in Porsgrunn. Luckily help was at hand. Tormund, who works as technician at… Read More »
Getting ready for showing the Electromagnetic Fountain at the Norwegian Telecom Museum from 20th March to 11th July 2010. Previously installed in inner city locations, it will be the first time it has been placed inside.