Lecture: November 7, 2018 (E.02.29). 7 pm
Anders Eiebakke (born 1970 in Oslo, Norway) was educated at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Oslo.
Eiebakke has been operating his own Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, usually based on the shape of birds since 2007. His works reflect his background as a radical left activist and have been presented at among other Manifesta 8, Murcia, Spain, The shadow of War: 100 years of Norwegian political art, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Back to Basics at Vestfossen Art Laboratory, Norway, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, The National Theatre in Oslo, Drammen museum, Norway, and Piksel 17 festival for electronic art in Bergen, Norway. His commissioned work «Seagull 1.0» from 2017 in The Norwegian Data Protection Agency was the culmination of 10 years of working with drone technology.
Eiebakke works with Open source technology and the files and technical documentation for his 3D printed drone «Munich Dove» including build instructions will be published as public domain November 7, on the 100th year anniversary of the Munich revolution. The Munich Dove was developed as part of his contribution to Public Art Munich 2018.