Lars Mørch Finborud is an art-historian and works as writer and is curator at the Henie Onstad Kunstsenter outside Oslo. He runs the labels Plastic Strip Press and Prisma Records. Lars formerly worked as a radio host for the Norwegian state channel NRK P2 and has written extensively for magazines such as Morgenbladet and Vinduet. As a curator for Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Lars has contributed to the re–positioning of the centre as an important venue for Norwegian experimental music, by activating it's archive and document collections from the 60's and 70's, for example by arranging Sunday concerts with it's material. Lars is also Norway's most dedicated specialist and collector of library music,– and here is an interview taken from music magazine ENO no. 7. about this.