1. Piksel15 Open Call
1. Pixel Lab (Paris)
2. Do it Anyway (Sheffield)
1. CALL FOR PROJECTS
The 13th annual Piksel Festival is scheduled for 19-22 Nov. 2015
The Call for Proposals is open:
!! Deadline June 30th 2015 !!
Please use our online platform for submitting applications:
Piksel is involved in several off-festival activities throughout 2015,
both locally in Bergen and in international collaborations.
These activities are named Piksel Pulse.
As a partner in the EU Grundtvig funded project Open Sourcing Festivals
(http://opensourcingfestivals.eu), Piksel will participate with
presentations and workshops in the two closing events..
1. Pixsel Lab
PIXEL LAB | CLOSING EVENT
3 DAYS OF PERFORMANCES, SCREENINGS & DISCUSSIONS
24, 25 & 26 April 2015
@ la Gaite lyrique, Paris
with : Nicolas Maigret, Brendan Howell, Benjamin Cadon, Jake Harries,
Owen Kelly, Susanne Palzer, Collectif Dardex, Maite Carajaville,
Andrew Gryf Paterson, Gwenola Wagon, Stéphane Degoutin, Philippe Vasset,
Inke Arns, Albert Laine …
2. Do It Anyway festival
15, 16 & 17 May 2015
@ Access Space, Sheffield
Access Space is producing the first Pixelache Network International
Digital Arts Festival in the UK!
As the UK hub of the network they are bringing arts practice from across
Northern Europe – with artists from Finland, France, Iceland, Norway
and Latvia – to Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
Digital arts performances and workshops over the festival weekend.
Piksel will host 3 workshops by Norwegian artists at the event:
Workshop – Introducing ShrimpCraft! Tools for the water curious –
Amanda Steggell (No), Ross Dalziel + Adrian McEwen (GB) (Main Space)
Workshop- Sonification & the Physical – John Nordby (No) (Main Space)
Workshop – Solar kinetic sculptures – Egil Paulsen (No) (Refab Space)
Details at: www.access-space.org
Open Sourcing Festivals is co-produced by five experimental
art, design and technology organizations from the Pixelache Network and
focused on open source culture. Open Sourcing Festivals is a mobile
circuit of workshops and seminars organized across Europe during
2013-2015 by Piksel (NO), Pikslaverk (IS), Mal au Pixel (FR) and
Pixelache (FI). In the process the partners have been gradually working
towards ‘open-sourcing’ the knowledge embodied in their respective
workshops and festival production, in order to share it with a broader
range of users. A database of resources and documentation is under
construction and accessible at http://opensourcingfestivals.eu
PIKSEL: FREE AS IN ART!
Piksel is an international event for artists and developers working
with Free/Libre and Open Source technologies in artistic practice. It
is organised in Bergen, Norway, and involves participants from more
than a dozen countries exchanging ideas, coding, presenting art and
software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the
aesthetics and politics of free technologies, free culture & art.
Piksel is supported by the Municipality of Bergen, Arts Council
Norway, PNEK, the Grundtvig Foundation for Life Long Learning,
EEA/Norway grants and others.