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Måns Wrange is an artist who for the last twenty years has critically explored the sophisticated methods and technologies for influencing or controlling human behaviour that are used by resourceful actors from the political PR/lobbying/spin-doctor sector, the public opinion/market research industry, and the financial market, to the global tech corporations, and the secret intelligence agencies.

Måns Wrange’s work is widely exhibited internationally and has been included in over 200 exhibitions, biennials, and festivals including Manifesta 4, Frankfurt; Manifesta 7/The Rest is Now, Bolzano/Bozen (as the director of CuratorLab); ICA – The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; Shirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; InSite_05, San Diego/Tijuana; Santa Monica Museum of Art, Los Angeles; De Appel Arts Centre, Amsterdam; Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; South African National Gallery, Cape Town;  Museo Tamayo, Mexico City; The 6th Baltic Contemporary Art Biennale HABITAT, Czczecin; The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco; Arnolfini Art Center, Bristol; Central House of Artists, Moscow; Lunds Konsthall; ICA – Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Hamburger Kunstverein, Hamburg; Kettles Yard, Cambridge; Malmö Konstmuseum; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey  (MARCO), Moterrey; Momentum 04 – Nordic Biennial for Contemporary Art, Moss; Montehermoso Cultural Centre, Vitoria-Gasteiz and Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain, Luxembourg.

Since 2014 Måns Wrange is visiting professor of art in digital media at DSV at Stockholm University, where he also holds the position as director of CATS – Center for Art and Technology in Society. 2008-2014 Måns Wrange was rector of the Royal Institute of Art / Kungl. Konsthögskolan. 1995-2014 he served in different leading positions—as professor, head of the department, and program director—at the Department of Fine Art at Konstfack, University College of Art, Crafts and Design.Read more.