As CMOS technology scales down into the deep-submicron (DSM) domain, systems on chip (SoC) and especially the interconnect networks (NoC) have become a focus of many research groups in the last years. The complexity, reliability and power consumption of SoCs with hundreds of IP-cores on a single chip is a great challenge for future research. Self organisation and online adaptivity are the key features to cope with the challenges. Therefore, we proposed a new organic computing platform: DodOrg. Organic processing cells (OPCs) form the underlying hardware architecture similar to the cells found in the human body. In this paper we present a new on-chip interconnection network called artNoC that connects the OPCs on chip. artNoC is a lightweight NoC approach that supports besides best effort traffic, real time traffic as well as broad and multicast traffic to efficiently support the self-x features of the DodOrg platform.