Art Line was an cooperation between Sweden, Poland, Germany, Russia and Lithuania
Initiator and project leader Torun Ekstrand
Art Line was an international art project investigating and challenging the concept of public space – the digital and physical domains. 14 partners from 5 countries around the Baltic Sea joined to create a co-operative platform for art and academia in Poland, Sweden, Germany, Russia and Lithuania. The platform strengthened the institutions, created opportunities for artists, and interacted with at least 400 000 people in public space, in exhibitions, online, in storytelling-projects, on conferences, in laboratories and on the Stena Line ferries between Gdynia and Karlskrona.
On the website www.artline-southbaltic.eu
you can watch a 3 minutes film about 3 ½ years of transdisciplinary art collaboration in the Baltic Sea region; scroll an artistic rendition of digital material in the project; watch a documentary about one of the projects, Telling the Baltic, and take part of photos and texts about events, lectures - and Art Online.
Read, watch and listen to talks, workshops, public space projects, art and technology-experiments, art and digital media conferences, exhibitions, programs on the ferries going in traffic between Sweden and Poland, tailormade art tours to Poland and much more. Step into the network and collaboration of Art Line.
The project was co-financed by the EU Program South Baltic Cross-Border Co-operation Programme.