Lillemose, Jacob
(born in 1974) lives and works in Copenhage

Jacob Lillemose is a Ph.D. researcher at the Institute for Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, with a project that explores historical and theoretical perspectives on the information aesthetics in contemporary computer based art. He also works as a freelance curator and writer. He has written two text on the work of Daniel Garcia Andujar, including “Free Software on the Surface, Behind the Screen and in a Cultural Kaleidoscope” (Artnode, 2007) and “Does Free Software Have an Image Problem?” (NAi, forthcoming in 2008).


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