Hosted by BEK ( Bergen Center for Electronic Arts) highly inspiring 5 days of artistic patching inside the Max/MSP/Jitter environment with a focus on the amazing possibilities of Gen.
Dark Ecology is a three-year art, research and commissioning project, initiated by the Dutch Sonic Acts and Kirkenes-based curator Hilde Methi, and in collaboration with Norwegian and Russian partners.
Hvis musikk skal kunne fungere for døve, bør vel døve lage den selv? Under Ultimafestivalen 2013 gjennomførte Lab for fysisk musikk to parallelle ukelange workshops.
En sommer-turné med akustisk laptop, 4 workshops, flere artist talks og hele 12 konserter.
Marieke Verbiesen’s travel report from Helsingør, Denmark: Do it Together!
Marit Paasche og Daniela Arriado
Marieke Verbiesen wrote a report from her presentation at the Nordic Game Jam download it here Nordic Game Jam is an annual game jam that takes place in Copenhagen, created in 2006 by the Danish chapter of the International Game Developers Association in collaboration with the IT University of Copenhagen. It is the biggest videogame-related event in Denmark and one of the largest game jams in the world, with 350 participants as of 2012. Participants are given a theme or
4th International Conference on Digital Storytelling, took place February 5. – 7. 2011 at Lillehammer, Norway. The organisers consist of a network from higher education, research, administration and private enterprises in close cooperation with Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS). A report written by Ida Z. Mathistad for PNEK, in Norwegian only, sorry.
Piksel10 (Un)stable, The 8th annual Piksel festival for Electronic Art and Technological Freedom Bergen, Norway. The festival subtitle (Un)stable, points to the temporarily placed and unsteady constructions – mobile spaces, code in constant development, a globally charged political climate. The festival is divided into a day program consisting of presentations and hands-on workshops, an evening program of live art performances, and several exhibitions – all on the topic of free technology and art.
A report from Meta.Morf 2010, New.Brave.World! by Ida Mathistad. Sorry, Norwegian only!