Although the new Kunsthall Stavanger is not open yet, the program has already started online with a commissioned project by artist and designer Tara Sinn, which hijacked your browser as you move your cursor over it; Frances Stark’s Cat Videos 1999 – 2002, which featured the artist’s cats playing and lounging in her apartment; and the animated slideshow 30 Going On 13by Micaela Durand. Kunsthall Stavanger, under the new director and curator Hanne Mugaas, will serve as a platform for the production, exhibition and distribution of artworks and events. It’s international focus places equal emphasis on its online program and “brick and mortar” programming. The website will remain as a second exhibition space when the building opens and will include online shows, an active blog and documentation, as well as “behind the scenes” material. The program from November onwards includes Tinging, a solo show by the Norwegian artist Lina Viste Grønli and a performance in collaboration with Performa in New York; Frances Stark’s feature-length video My Best Thing (2011); Yusuke Mashiba’s videoMashibatics (2011); the group show “Hold Stenhårdt Fast På Greia Di! Norwegian Art and Feminism 1969-89;” and last but not least—“Art Cake of the Month,” a desert based on artists favorite recipes, which will be served in the kunsthall’s reading room.