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Welcome to MoNDA - Museum of Nordic Digital Art.

MoNDA is an artist-driven pop-up museum focusing on contemporary Nordic and international digital art (AI, Web3, VR, AR, 3D).  We participate in panels, advice, collect and exhibit at international art institutions. Here are a few highlights.

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Photo credit: Photofairs NY, 2023

We are pleased to announce that MoNDA is invited to a panel at the new PhotoFair New York in September. More information follows.


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The Artistic Dir. of MoNDA, Diana Velasco, was invited by LiveArt and moderator Elena Zavelev to panel talk about art curation of fine art NFTs with great Web3 curator colleagues Nadia Taiga Curatorial Dir. at, curator and cultural producer Alice Scope, IV Gallery and curator Mika from SuperRare. 


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MoNDA was invited to take part in the Tezos Summit panel during NFT.NYC with curator Anika Meier from and George Vitale from Synthesis Gallery both in based in Berlin. Moderated by Elena Zavelev Co-founder and CEO of CADAF from NY,



Photo credit: MoMA / Refik Anadol, Whitney Museum/ Auriea Harvey, Bitform / Ana Maria Caballero, Transfer Gallery/ NYU Pardon/ Lorna Mills and other digital artists, New Museum /  Wangechi Mutu, Guggenheim / Sarah Sze

The goal of the curatorial research trip to New York was to introduce different well-known art institutions for the Danish and Nordic digital art scene as well as getting introduced to interesting NY-based artists that can be shown on the Nordic art scene. During our stay we held a number of meetings with museums, galleries, artists and other well-known art institutions. The curational research trip was kindly supported by Danish Arts Foundation and the Nordic Culture Fond. 


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Photo credit  Kristianstad Kunsthal

MoNDA was invited to give a talk about art and new technologies as well as writing an essay about "time based media in future museum s. Facilitating mixed reality in curational practice" (p. 47) as part of the symposium and exhibition Continuous Shift at Kristianstads Kunsthal in Sweden.


Thanks for a great programme to Stina Gustafsson - keynote speaker and curator- for the exhibition with the extended symposium. Also thanks to Kristianstads Kunsthal Director Marika Reuterswärd and for curator Filippa Forsberg for the invitation and for arranging this great program and excellent moderated by Christian Villum (DK). It was an honour to be part of this excellent line-up of speakers such as Director Jack Addis (UK) of The Lumen Prize, Head of Digital Dissemination and Development Torill Haugen, Kunstsilo (NO), Curator Regina Harsanyi from MovingImageNYC (US), Anne Schwanz Dir. of Office Impart (DE) , Edi Muka, Curator of the National Arts Council (SE), Linn Hübenette , Project Manager Swedish Art Associations (SE) and inspiring artist talks by talented contemporary artists Arvida Byström (S), Ida Kvetny (DK), Marie Munk (DK) & Stine Deja (DK)


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Photo credit: Thomas Arnbo

Credits: Digital - DI


MoNDA was invited to give a talk and exhibit digital art at the Danish Industry's Digital New Year's cure. We had the honor of talking right after the newly appointed Danish Digitalization Minister Marie Bjerre.


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Credits: SMK / SMK Open

© Nana Debois Buhl, Sunrise Patterns (2021), installation. 2 weavings. 100x 100 cm, visual algorithm, duration infinite. Photo: Morten K. Jacobsen

© Ida Kvetny, Hérmes (2022) 


At MoNDA we were honored to be invited by the National Gallery of Denmark (SMK) Digital Department to write a guest post on the SMK / Open about Digital Art in the Museum of the Future (Danish) with highlights from museums and contemporary Danish artists.working with art and new technologies.


MoNDA - Museum of Nordic Digital Art - opened Aug 26-28 at the venue Charlottenborg Kunsthal, Copenhagen (DK) during CHART Art Fair with digital art in the foyer, courtyard, chapel (artist talk) and cinema at Charlottenborg in collaboration with CHART. 

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43 artworks
20 artists

Photo: ORLANstudio, CHART / Charlottenborg Kunsthal, Mette Winckelmann

The French pioneering artist ORLAN was invited as a guest star at our opening at CHART. In collaboration with CHART, The French Embassy in Denmark and French Institute, ORLAN gave artist talks and showed artworks.



“La liberté en écorchée et deux ORLAN corps” (2015), courtes of ORLAN

Shown at CHART - Art Cinema Aug 27-28 at 12:00

Online Solo NFT Exhibition (Web3) during CHART, Aug 2022

Mette Winckelmann's exhibition was on display using a QR code during the period.


AUG 26 - SEP 25, 2022

MoNDA's AR Sculpture Park 

Welcome to the premiere of MoNDAs AR Sculpture Park that is presented at CHARTs Courtyard where you will find AR sculptures by the following artists:


ORLAN - Book presentation and conversation at The French Embassy - Aug 25, 5-7 pm 

AR Sculpture Park - CHART's Courtyard:

Sabrina Ratté (CA)
Ida Kvetny (DK)



3D Avatar in augmented reality ,2014

Mask of Opera of Pekin ,Facing Designs and Augmented Reality Courtesy: ORLAN

ORLAN - Artist talk and conversation at CHART with curator at WIELS, Helena Kritis (BE). Aug 26, 2-3 pm 

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Media Coverage


The opening of MoNDA was covered in WALLPAPER (UK) , AUTREA MAGAZINE (LA based/ USA) and KUNSTKRITIKK (DK/NO)

About MoNDA

MoNDA - Museum of Nordic Digital Art is an artist-driven, non-profit, pop-up initiative in the Nordic region with a special focus on Nordic and international contemporary art, which makes use of new technologies in art such as artificial intelligent (AI), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), 3D print and scan as well as art on blockchain with the so-called NFTs (non-fungible tokens).


MoNDA participates in panels, advices, collects and exhibits at different international art venues.

The museum opened at CHART - Charlottenborg Kunsthal in August 2022 and is kindly supported by Nordic Culture Fund.

Kindly supported by 

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