APODIO OPEN CALL for participants
APODIO is a free computer operating system towards artists and new designers, alternative to microsoft and apple, created in Nantes in the APO33 Lab. It is the new generation of a free and creative computer science.
The new version 10 will be based on Xubuntu 14.04 LTS
Real swiss-army-knife software for audio, video, graphics, or 3D, Apodio is ready to use for a live an exhibition a performance or in a studio.
In this workshop, among other more advanced things, the attendants are going to learn the basic building blocks of a classic synth.
Concretely we are going to study and hack a clone of the beautiful and simple ¨moog werkstatt¨ synth which is an experimental limited edition synth. As it´s name indicates, this is a perfect synth to hack, improve, modify and also to learn about basic ¨clean¨ analogue subtractive synthesis.
To register send an email to: piksel14(at)piksel(dot)no
More info: http://14.piksel.no/2014/10/26/pure-data-synthesizer-workshop
Would you perhaps like to be our art exhibition assistant?
Are you great at selling tickets, distributing information, or handling technical equipment?
Or maybe you just love the combination of electronics and art and would like to meet likeminded people?
This year Piksel is arranged for the 12th time in Bergen and we would like you to join the team. The festival is an annual event where artists and developers from over a dozen countries spend four days hosting presentations, concerts, workshops, performances, exhibitions and informal discussions on the aesthetics and politics of free and open source software.
As a volunteer you will experience the festival from the inside and will gain useful knowledge while hopefully making new friends and having fun.
Sign up today!
DECIPHERING RANDOMNESS, OPEN Worskshop
Workshop poses fundamental questions concerning the working of human brain and randomness. It is intended for experienced users interested in practical use of randomness for creative purposes in visual arts, music and film.
Nowadays, many procedures based on simulation of random processes lie at the basis of practical applications in banking, stock market, games, in enciphering passwords etc.
To register send an email to: piksel14(at)piksel(dot)no
More info: http://14.piksel.no/2014/10/26/deciphering-randomness
Get infected, be the cure, be\O/art
PIKSEL14 – Be\O/Art embraces the organic
and biological, linking it to free and open source technology to create new
forms of artistic expressions: creative tinkering with organic tissue, life
processes, live organisms and bacteria.
Bioartists and biohackers return to Piksel and Bergen to guide participants
into the realm of Bioelectronix.
EXHIBITIONS @ Bergen Kjøtt and Lydgalleriet
Robert B. LISEK , Markus Decker, Pamela Neuwirth, Franz Xaver, Kelly Jaclynn
Andres, Jakob Kilian, Niklas Isselburg, Michaela Lakova, Egil Paulsen,
Øyvind Mellbye, Stian Remvik, HonfLab, Azahara Cerezo, Wayne Clements,
Benjamin Grosser, Wayne Clements, Birgit Bachler, Gabin Cortez Chance, Maria
Colina Perez, Harris David Harris, Louise Harris
PERFORMANCES @ ØSTRE
Robertina Šebjanič, Ales Hieng – Zergon, Malte Steiner, Wolfgang Spahn,
Erin Sexton, Romain Papion, Amandine Néhou, Davide Bevilacqua, Alberto Boem,
Electrocute, Kasia Justka, Dr. Nexus, Louise Harris, Shu Lea Cheang, Oscar
Martin Correa, Alex McLean, Hlöðver Sigurðsson, Piksteria Lab, Marc
Dusseiller, Paula Pin, Adegreden Donora, Budi Prakosa
PRESENTATIONS @ ØSTRE
Theresa Schubert, Ida Hirsenfelder, Malte Steiner, Wolfgang Spahn, Richie
Cyngler, Fabienne Felder, Anders Hoff
WORKSHOPS @ @ Bergen Kjøtt and Lydgalleriet
PiksteriaLab 2014 ( http://14.piksel.no/2014/10/26/piksterialab-2014) , Pure
Data Synthesizer, Electrochemical improvisation: experiments with
electronics, sound, and crystallization, DECIPHERING RANDOMNESS, APODIO.
Open call for participants.
Register sending an email to: email@example.com
more info and complete festival program:
Piksel14 is supported by The Norwegian Art Council, Bergen
Municipality, Hordaland County, PNEK, BEK, Grundtvig – Lifelong
Learning Program and others, OCA, Prohelvetia, Swiss Arts Council.
PIKSEL :: FREE AS IN ART!
Piksel is an international event for artists and developers working with
free and open technologies in artistic practice.
Part workshop, part festival, it is organized 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 & art.
Piksel is an annual festival for artists and developers working with free and open source
software, hardware and art. This November the festival will be arranged for the 12th time,
gathering more than fifty international artists from Indonesia, Canada, Germany, France,
Switzerland, Italy, Great Britain, Norway, Spain, Russia, Poland and Austria for two
exhibitions, a series of workshops, a day of discussions and presentations, in
addition to live performances and concerts in the evenings.
The term BioArt was coined by the artist Eduardo Kac in 1997, and has been an
increasingly practiced form of art in the 21st century. The genre, which involves creative
tinkering with organic tissue, life processes, live organisms and bacteria, has often been
enveloped in controversy due to its apparent lack of ethics. The 2009 edition of Piksel
invoked strong reactions in the local press because of the BioArt workshop
HackteriaLab – one local paper ran the scandalous notice “Protest against bioart”.
Some were dissatisfied with the idea that small living creatures, such as earthworms,
should be (ab)used for obscure artistic purposes.
Now, five years into the future, the same bioartists and biohackers return to Piksel and
Bergen to give yet another BioArt workshop. Under the moniker PiksteriaLab, they
endeavour to teach how to build a DIY (or, as they prefer, DIWO – Do It With Others)
kitchen sink or rucksack laboratory, guiding participants into the realm of Bioelectronix –
splicing the living and technological – wherein one may try out techniques such as fish and
PiksteriaLab will commence Monday 10th of November, three days prior to the core festival.
November 13th – 16th more workshops will be held in addition to lectures and
presentations, concerts and performances in the evenings – for example Davide
Bevilacqua and Alberto Boem’s URSUPPE (German for primordial soup), where
synthesizers will be processed through organic matter such as apples and oranges instead
of traditional, electronic effect boxes – and exhibitions at two different venues, where can
be seen Robert B. LISEK’s Schrödinger’s Cat-like QUANTUM ENIGMA, utilizing random
signals from radioactive material (such as thorium, Norway’s high-potential post-oil natural
resource) to control a seemingly uncontrolled installation of flickering lights and sound
All that and much more…
Get infected, be the cure, be\O/art.