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Stockholm Moderna Museet Raketa Fotoautomat
Sweden

http://www.raketa.nu/projects/fotoautomaten/index.html

Fotoautomaten goes Moderna Museet.

( Moseum of Moderna Art in Stockholm )

Over 600 images taken during four hours Kulturnatten event .

Plenty of interesting people answering Raketas question :

" What makes you happy ? "

This art project started i 2009 ,

So far several hundreds people people have participated at  different art conventions.

please email jann@raketa.nu for further questions .

please email jann@raketa.nu for further questions .

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