EE #4, 2023 : ART AFTER AI

Editors: Stahl Stenslie and Zane Cerpina
Publisher: TEKS.press
Year: 2023 / Format: Softcover / Size: A4 / Pages: 68
ISSN: 2464-448X

Welcome to the fourth issue of EE Journal, where we explore the topic of “Art after AI.” As artificial intelligence continues to transform various industries, it’s only natural to question its impact on the art world. Will AI fundamentally change the way we create and experience art? In this issue, we dive into these provocative questions and examine the challenges of using AI to create experimental art. How do we reconcile the tension between art created by human hands and that created by algorithms? And what happens to the concept of authenticity in the digital age, especially as we continue to witness the proliferation of AI-generated art in the market?

EE: Experimental Emerging Art Magazine is an independent art magazine edited by Stahl Stenslie (NO) and Zane Cerpina (NO/LV). The fourth issue “Art after AI” is supported and financed by TEKS – Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre. Published by TEKS.press.

Read more and download free pdf here: eejournal.no/ee-4
Physical copy NOK 100 / EUR 9 (Freight cost apply, international shipping) / For purchase please contact teks@teks.no


AuthorStahl Stenslie
Publisher: TEKS.press / Year: 2023 / Format: Hardcover / Size: 27,5 x 22 cm 7 Pages: 300
ISBN: 978-82-93778-06-6
Limited edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by the author.
NOK 490 / EUR 40 (Freight cost apply, international shipping) / For purchase please contact teks@teks.no

A monograph on Stahl Stenslie’s artistic works and experiments spanning a period of 33 years, from 1989 to 2022.

Supported by Arts Council Norway.



Authors: Zane Cerpina & Stahl Stenslie
Publisher: MIT PRESS. Proudly co-funded by TEKS.press.
Year: 2022 / Format: Hardcover / Size: 23,5 x 18 cm / Pages: 260
ISBN: 978-02-62047-40-1
All copies signed by the authors.

NOK 340
/ EUR 30 (Freight cost apply, international shipping) / For purchase please contact teks@teks.no

More than sixty speculative art and design projects explore how art, food, and creative thinking can prepare us for future catastrophes.

In the Age of the Anthropocene, an era characterised by human-caused climate disasters, catastrophes and dystopias loom, the Anthropocene Cookbook takes our planetary state of emergency as an opportunity to seize the moment to imagine constructive change and new ideas. How can we survive in an age of constant environmental crises? How can we thrive?


“If you are looking for solutions to the great problems of mankind, you will probably not expect them to be found in a cookbook. But that is exactly what The Anthropocene Cookbook wants: to provide answers to the question of how humans can deal with impending catastrophes such as food shortages and the loss of species.”
Der Spiegel

“By turns enlightening and profound, difficult and preposterous, Cerpina and Stenslie’s account is an impassioned call for ‘visionary thinking’ and dismantling food taboos. Climate-concerned cooks with an open mind will find much to chew on in this surprising culinary tour.”
Publishers Weekly

“Published by MIT Press, Cerpina and Stenslie’s anthology confronts the idea that the Anthropocene era — the time during which humans have had a substantial impact on the Earth’s environment — entails a radical reassessment of what we eat, and how.”

“The book conjures art and unbridled creativity to play out radical scenarios that will inevitably challenge food taboos and question our cultural prejudices, little hypocrisies and vision of tomorrow’s life/survival on planet Earth.”
We Make Money Not Art

Read more: www.anthropocenecookbook.com


Bind I: Kunstnere og verk fra 1960 til 2020

Redaktører: Zane Cerpina, Ståle Stenslie og Jøran Rudi
Forlag: TEKS.press
År: 2021 / Format: Innbundet / Størrelse: 24,5 x 17,5 cm / Sider: 233
ISBN: 978-82-93778-04-2
NOK 290 (Frakt kommer i tillegg) / For bestilling kontakt teks@teks.no.

“ELEKTRONISK KUNST I NORGE – Kunstnere og verk fra 1960 til 2020” er den første kunsthistoriske oversikten over elektronisk kunst i Norge. Det har ikke vært skrevet mye om denne betydelige kunsten her til lands, og boken bidrar til å fylle dette hullet i kunnskapen om utviklingen fra 1960 og frem til nå. Norske kunstnere som har arbeidet elektronisk og digitalt er til dels mer kjent i utlandet enn i Norge. Mange har vunnet internasjonale priser, stilt ut ved de største biennalene og fått oppmerksomhet i utenlandske medier. Boken presenterer historiene deres som et historisk, billedlig og kunstnerisk narrativ over verk, utviklingstrekk og samtidige kontekster. Til sammen 100 kunstnere er med i boken.

Les mere: www.ekunst.no



Publisher: PS Media. Proudly co-funded by TEKS.press.
Year: 2018 / Format: Softcover / Size: 30 x 24 cm / Pages: 257
ISBN: 978-82-99899-32-1
Limited edition of 1000 copies with each copy numbered and signed by Stelarc!
NOK 690 / EUR 60 (Freight cost apply, international shipping) / Only 5 copies left! For purchase please contact teks@teks.no

Stretched Skin focuses on Stelarc’s suspension performances—from the very first in 1976 to the most recent in in 2012, including the collaborations with Håvve Fjell and Wings of Desire in 2012 and 2013. The book also contains some of Stelarc’s other performances, that have direct relevance to, or lead up to, the suspension series. Stretched Skin is a work of art in itself. It is a book on art by an artist, with layout and design by our award-winning team.


Meta.Morf publications 2010 – 2022

Forlag: TEKS.press
NOK 100 / For bestilling, kontakt teks@teks.no | For purchase, please contact teks@teks.no


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