Jon Brunberg's art often revolves around societal, political and philosophical notions such as power, utopia, tolerance and the political which he examines in long-term, thematic frameworks as for example The Polynational War Memorial, Power as Metaphysics and Measurable Unit, Tolerate and The Utopian World Championship. Most of these projects involves practicioners from other disciplines than the arts, such as architects, psychologists or utopians.
He often use a variety of media in public presentations and exhibitions ranging from digital imagery, video installations, writing, publications and software applications to social and performative techniques. Brunberg has also produced a series of "standalone" installations, animations, actions, web projects and video works over the years. From 1999 to 2005 he was a member of the artist group and experimental art space SOC.Stockholm.
Recent exhibitions include P.C. - an exhibition about intolerance, The Living History Forum in Stockholm (2011-12), Data Deluge at Ballroom Marfa in Marfa, Texas (2012), the solo exhibition 19 years + one tool for measuring power in the Studio at Moderna Museet (2010), Loss/Förlust at Wanås (2008) and Changing Matters at The Museum of Nature History in Stockholm (2008).
Brunberg also has experience from project coordination, curatorial practices and teaching. As a writer he has contributed to the Swedish national broadcaster Sveriges Radio. He is also an experienced independent web software developer. Jon Brunberg has an MFA-degree from Konstfack University College for Art, Craft and Design in Stockholm.
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