PNEK Art Talks: Boris Debackere

Boris Debackere / V2  – On Summer Sessions Talent Development Network  Thursday 23. Juni 2016 12:00 – 14.00 Olaf Ryes Plass 2 / PNEK PNEK inviterer til samtale med Boris Debackere om Summer Sessions Talent Development Network programmet. Hvert år utlyser PNEK her et stipend til lovende kunstner innen eksperimentell og elektronisk kunst. Boris Debackere is an internationalle reknown artist and researcher. He is head of V2_Lab in Rotterdam, an instigator of artistic projects that interrogate and illuminate contemporary issues

Rapport Joakim Blattmann: Utstilling ved Østre – Hus for Lydkunst og Elektronisk Musikk

Rapport Joakim Blattmann: Utstilling ved Østre – Hus for Lydkunst og Elektronisk Musikk 8 – 12 april 2016 viste jeg lydinstallasjonen Treverk (4) ved Østre – Hus for Lydkunst og Elektronisk Musikk i Bergen, etter invitasjon fra Admir Korenjik (Østre/Maksimal). Treverk er en pågående serie installasjons-arbeider med utgangspunkt i lydopptak av små bevegelser i trær. Opptakene er gjort med kontaktmikrofoner, og forsterkes og bearbeides i ulik grad. Trærne som det har blitt gjort opptak fra inngår i installasjonen, og ved

Il Suono in Mostra – rassegna di arte sonora 2016

Il Suono in Mostra – rassegna di arte sonora 2016 Exhibitions: June 3 – 12 Opening: June 3rd Press conference: May 23rd 11am at  Museo d’arte Moderna e Contemporanea Casa Cavazzini, Udine Artists Scanner (UK) Michael J. Schumacher (US) Paulo Raposo (PT) Antonio Della Marina e Alessandra Zucchi (IT) Jana Winderen (NO) Hanna Preuss (SI) 
Michele Spanghero (IT) Sebastien Roux (FR) Ivo Vicic (SI) Kraig Grady (US/AU) Alessandro Fogar (IT) 
and more Workshops Urban crickets with arduino and ATtiny DIY: a

Call for Summer Sessions at V2_

Young, experimental and wild? Time to apply to PNEK supports one residency with Euro 5000. Send us your application TODAY!   The Summer Sessions are short-term residencies for young artists organized by a network of cultural organizations all over the world. The Summer Sessions offer a highly productive atmosphere with production support and expert feedback to jumpstart your professional art practice. The result is a pressure cooker in which you develop a project, from concept to presentable work, ready to

PNEK NIGHT: Amelia Beavis-Harrison

PNEK NIGHTs is proud to present Amelia Beavis-Harrison:   As One Door Closes Thursday 31 March Doors open 19.00 Location: PNEK office, Olaf Ryes Plass 2, Grünerløkka On the final day of having the PNEK graduate studio Amelia Beavis-Harrison will present a selection of works in progress. The PNEK NIGHT will give you an insight into her works made during the studio residency. Facebook event: PROGRAM 19:30                         Informal practice

Neural ( ) er et av de viktigste magasin for elektronisk kunst. Nå har de invitert PNEK nettverket og kunstnere til å levere forslag til kunstverk som kan distribueres globalt med magasinet senhøstes 2016. Krav til verket er at det må passe inne i magasinet uten å øke volumet (pga porto og post). Eksempel på verk kan være USB stick med data, trykte inlay, trykte singel plater, poster etc. Send ditt forslag til mvh Ståle

PNEK FILEs: Dark Ecology

View online: Pnek Files: Dark Ecology Dark are the ways of art. To Timothy Morton ecology is less a clean, problem free approach to how we shape and inhabit this planet. Ecology is, like art, a dark affair. It is messy affair contaminated by human desires and conflicting opinions. Ecology is definitely something emotional, something that concerns us all. Eco stems from Greek Oakes, meaning nothing less than our home. Ecology is therefore about our human household and how we keep

i/o/lab: ART & SCIENCE

ART & SCIENCE NORTH creative network Stavanger event March 10. – 13. 2016 The last event of North creative network project is taking place at Tou Scene, Stavanger. i/o/lab is partner of NORTH creative network – an initiative which opens for innovation and cultural exchange between the project partners : RIXC from Latvia , Lornalab from Iceland, PIKSEL and i/o/lab from Norway. Over the last two years the partners have participated in project activities that have taken place in all three

(Norwegian) Meta.Morf 2016

On October 24, 1946, Earth was for the first time photographed from the boundary of outer space. 20 years later we yet again observed our planet through the eyes of Lunar Orbiter 1, and during the ’70s, the Moon missions’ observation of the blue planet finally laid the groundwork for the notion of our planet as part of an ecosystem in a universe of unimaginable proportions.Today, just 70 years after the V2 rocket’s photo session, we’ve turned our sights toward


Digital technology has fundamentally changed the way art is made. Over the last forty years, Media Art has become a significant part of our networked information society. Although there are well-attended international festivals, collaborative research projects, exhibitions and database documentation resources, Media Art research is still marginal in universities, museums and archives. It remains largely under-resourced in our core cultural institutions. As a result of rapid changes in technology, many major works made even 10 years ago can no longer