PNEK (Production Network for Electronic Art, Norway) is a network structure aiming to provide good production conditions for artists working with electronic and interdisciplinary art. PNEK assists artists and structures with competence building, project development, workshops, screening/distribution of works, and activities aiming to raise the general awareness about hybrid art forms through seminars and social/artistic events. PNEK can provide limited travel support for artistic/structural exchange between the nodes, and for developing international relations (artists, curators, critics etc.).
PNEK also has a guest apartment in Oslo, available for visiting curators, artists, critics etc.
Zane Cerpina is the current temporary director of PNEK for the transition period (November 2019) until a new director starts in December.
PNEK was founded as an independent foundation in March 2007.
The founding members are:
As from autumn 2008 three new nodes joined the network:
From Summer 2017 three new nodes joined the network:
Atopia Kunsthall was a member between 2008 and 2017. Grenland Kunsthall was a member between 2008 and 2017. Utsikten Kunstsenter from 2008 to 2017. KINOKINO (Sandnes) was a member between 2012 and 2015.
PNEK is organized as an independent cultural foundation, funded by the Ministry of Culture in Norway.