• PIKSEL Festival 2024

    Piksel24
    November 21-23 2024
    Bergen, Norway

    Dear friends,

    We are excited to announce the call for projects for the 22nd edition of the Piksel Festival!

    Piksel will go hybrid again this year, so we welcome ideas for both online and physical collaborative activities. We are also interested in projects that involve the virtual gallery IDLE. If you are a 3D artist, live coder, or feel inspired by the virtual environment IDLE (Inclusive Digital Laboratory for Experimental Art), we would love to hear your ideas. IDLE includes a virtual gallery that mimics the physical Piksel Studio 207 and is connected to the IDLE IoT system, with lights, screens, and a sound system controlled by the internet (Internet of Things system). Learn more at https://idle.piksel.no/.

    To make the most of our resources and create a more sustainable event, we are extending the exhibition period from the festival dates until mid-December. We encourage you to present art installations that can be built in Bergen to minimize international transport, aligning with our green strategy. Due to limited resources, we will prioritize projects from individual artists or artist collectives that can explore a specific theme through multiple artworks and workshops. We warmly encourage artists to apply to different open tracks, as this will help us better understand the full scope of your work.

    Please feel free to submit your projects to any of the open tracks: presentations, workshops, concerts, installations, and PikselSavers.

    Piksel offers travel to Norway, accommodation, and meals during the festival and the setup days in advance to help you realize your project.

    We look forward to receiving your submissions!

    !!!!!!!!!! Deadline — September 1st 2024 !!!!!!!!!!
    Please use the online submit form at: https://pretalx.com/piksel24/

    Piksel is an international festival for electronic art and technological freedom. Part workshop, part festival, 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 art and free technologies.

    open CALL for PROJECTS

    For the exhibition and other parts of the program we currently seek projects in the following categories:

    1. Installations
    Projects to be included in the exhibitions. The works must be realized by the use of free and open source technologies.
    For Piksel24 we specially encourage projects in the field of DIY BIOart and renewable/sustainable technologies to apply.

    2. Audiovisual performance
    Live art realized by the use of free software and/or open/DIY hardware.
    If you are a 3D artist/live coder or feel inspired by the virtual environment IDLE, Inclusive Digital Laboratory for Experimental Art, we would like to hear your ideas. IDLE consists of a virtual gallery, mimicking the physical Piksel Studio 207 and the IDLE IoT system, lights, screen and sound system controlled by internet (Internet of Things).
    https://idle.piksel.no/

    3. Presentations
    Innovative DIY/open hardware and audiovisual software tools or software art released under a free/open license. (Also includes presentations of
    artistic projects realized using free/open technologies.)
    For Piksel24 we specially encourage projects in the field of DIY BIOart and renewable/sustainable technologies to apply.

    4. Workshops
    Hands on workshops utilizing free software and/or open/DIY hardware for artistic use.
    For Piksel24 we specially encourage projects in the field of DIY BIOart and renewable/sustainable technologies to apply.

    5. PikselSavers
    Video and software art based on the screensaver format – short audiovisual (non)narratives made for endless looping. Possible thematic fields includes but are not limited to: sustainable resource allocation, renewable technologies, energy harvesting, fair trade hardware, free content, open access, open data, DIY economy, shared development. The works must be realized by the use of free/open source technologies.

    Piksel24 is supported by the Municipality of Bergen, Arts Council Norway, Vestland fylkeskommune and others.

    More info: https://piksel.no/

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  • Monitoring the Environment of Plants

    Date: Saturday May 25th
    Time: 15:00 to 18:00
    Location: Piksel Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, 5055 Bergen
    Duration: 3 hours (including break)
    Language: English (with Norwegian-speaking assistant present)
    For artists and the general public (10 years and older)
    Cost: Free
    Led by Artists: María Castellanos and Alberto Valverde

    Plants exhibit remarkable responsiveness to their environment, reacting to stimuli from humans, other organisms, objects, and various environmental factors such as temperature, sound, and light.

    In this workshop, led by the artists María Castellanos and Alberto Valverde , sensors are utilized to monitor the plant’s surroundings in real-time, facilitated by a bespoke web platform tailored for this project. Through this exploration, we aim to deepen our understanding of the intricate interactions between plants and their environment, fostering awareness of the shared coexistence between living entities.

    To reserve a place, send an email to piksel24(at)piksel.no with the subject line: Piksel Workshop – Monitoring the Environment of Plants. Kindly include in the email the names of all participants you are registering.

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  • Silent Vegetal Thoughts

    Exhibition – “Silent Vegetal Thoughts” – by María Castellanos and Alberto Valverde
    May 24th – June 28th @ Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, Bergen.

    Exhibition Opening May 24th 18:00- 22:00 @ Studio 207.
    Exhibition Period: May 25th – June 28th
    Opening Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 12:00-18:00

    Ever wondered what goes on in the minds of the plants surrounding us?

    In this site-specific installation at the Studio 207, plants take control of the environment by manipulating technological elements such as lights, sounds, and mechanical systems created with relays, including the Piksel studio’s internet-controlled lighting system.

    Entering the exhibition, visitors becomes mere spectators, detecting patterns in plant behavior through observation.

    The Exhibition opening takes place May 24th 18:00- 22:00 @ Studio 207.

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  • Piksel-ICLC Satellite Event, Shanghai 2024

    Welcome to the Piksel Satellite Performance Event for ICLC the 2024 International Conference on Live Coding (ICLC), Shanghai 2024.

    The International Conference on Live Coding (ICLC) is a global platform dedicated to exploring technologies and philosophies interpreting computer code as gesture within live performances. Hosted by NYU Shanghai, ICLC fosters dialogue and innovation within the live coding community worldwide.

    On June 8th guest artists Blaž Pavlica from Slovenia and Flor de Fuego based in Germany, perform the virtual instrument through Hydra instances live coding within IDLE, the Inclusive Digital Laboratory for Experimental Art at Studio 207 in Bergen.

    Date: June 8th
    Time: 23:00-00:00 CEST
    Where: Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, Bergen and Online -> https://www.twitch.tv/pikselfest
    Entrance: Free

    The Inclusive Digital Laboratory for Experimental Art (IDLE), based in Studio 207, Bergen, is an innovative art project focused on making art more accessible via the internet. Initiated by Piksel, IDLE has undergone significant development, including the establishment of a virtual gallery, integration of IoT systems into Studio 207, and the creation of virtual audio and visual instruments for remote performances. https://idle.piksel.org/

    IDLE innovative virtual instruments: IDLE is inviting local and international artists to challenge IDLE’s performing possibilities. During the EFFEA residency last year, guest artists Blaž and Flor de Fuego, contributed to create a virtual instrument. On June 8th they will perform at the collaborative playground in the virtual gallery and extend its influence to the physical Studio 207.

    Virtual Instruments are abstract instruments in the virtual space that can be musical or visual and they work taking into account the position of the avatars in the space, or their interaction with others. Collaborative interactions affect the physical and virtual gallery changing the color of the led lights, or applying different visual and audio effects over both venues.

    Artists, art students and audiovisual performers are welcome to participate in the workshops to learn how to use the virtual instruments and create new performances using the developed tools. Join us the 13th and 20th of june. Participants will perform right after the workshops on public events!

    Full program Live Coding at Piksel Fest Spill 2024

    June 8th 23-24h: Satellite event in Bergen produced for the International conference for Live Coding in Shanghai (ICLC). International performance by Blaž Pavlica (SL) and Flor de fuego (AR/DE) Live Event at the Piksel TV Channel (https://www.twitch.tv/pikselfest) and at Studio 207 in Bergen. ()

    June 13th, 20th:
    15-18h IDLE Virtual Instruments Workshops for art students, artists and general public.
    18h: Art Experiences Performances featuring by the participants.

    June 28th:
    20 h: Exhibition Program Closure
    22 h: Final JAM IDLE Performance

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  • Piksel Fest Spill 2024

    Bergen, Norway – May and June 2024

    Piksel Fest Spill Returns to Bergen, Celebrating Art, Technology, and Ecology (PDF)

    Piksel Fest Spill, a cornerstone of electronic arts and free technology, is set to make its return to Bergen this May and June. Dedicated to democratizing technology and empowering artists, Piksel endeavors to create a space where creativity thrives, fueled by the power of open-source tools.

    The festival’s program delves into the realms of DIY Bioart, exploring the intersection of art, science, and technology. Against the backdrop of pressing environmental challenges, artists converge to address themes like biological diversity, climate change, and symbiosis through experimentation and interdisciplinary collaboration.

    Central to the festival is the inclusion of groundbreaking artists like María Castellanos and Alberto Valverde, who explore plant communication through the internet and neural networks. Piksel, recognizing their disruptive work, invites them to present a site-specific artwork at Studio 207, along with workshops targeting diverse audiences.

    In addition, Piksel’s Inclusive Digital Laboratory for Experimental Art (IDLE) continues its transformative journey, democratizing art through internet accessibility. With the forthcoming IDLE version 1.0, the project aims to connect a VR gallery with IoT systems, fostering interdisciplinary networks and engaging diverse communities through workshops and performances.

    Highlighting the festival’s international resonance, Piksel hosts an ICLC Satellite Event on June 8th at Studio 207, presenting IDLE to the global live coding scene. This collaboration with the International Conference of Live Coding in Shanghai amplifies Bergen’s artistic offerings, synchronizing electronic art and new media with FestSpill.

    Piksel Fest Spill Program

    Piksel Fest Spill 2024 promises to be a dynamic celebration of art, technology, and ecology, embodying Piksel’s commitment to artistic freedom, technological innovation, and environmental consciousness.

    For media inquiries, please contact:

    [Ina Glosli / ina(at)piksel(dot)no]

    About Piksel:
    Piksel is a pioneering platform dedicated to democratizing technology and empowering artists through open-source tools. With a focus on electronic arts and free technology, Piksel fosters creativity, experimentation, and collaboration in Bergen and beyond.

    About IDLE:
    The Inclusive Digital Laboratory for Experimental Art (IDLE) is a multidisciplinary project initiated by Piksel, dedicated to democratizing art through internet accessibility. Through virtual galleries, workshops, and performances, IDLE engages diverse communities in creative exploration and collaboration.

    About the International Conference of Live Coding (ICLC):
    ICLC is a global platform dedicated to exploring technologies and philosophies interpreting computer code as gesture within live performances. Hosted by NYU Shanghai, ICLC fosters dialogue and innovation within the live coding community worldwide.

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  • Piksel Fest Spill 2024

    In the month of May and June, Piksel once again invite the general public, artists and thinkers alike to attend a series of interesting activities during the Piksel Fest Spill.

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  • PIKSEL Kidz Lab 2024 – Plants & Soft Sensors / LIVE CODING

    21st
    Discovering Plant Magic: A Sensory Adventure with Soft Sensors for KidZ

    Duration: 3 hours. The workshop repeats two days:
    When: Tuesday 21st from 17:00 to 20:00 for individual kids and parents.
    Age: 10-18 years old.
    Place: Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, 5004 Bergen
    To secure a spot, send us an email to piksel24(AT)piksel.no with the Subject line: Piksel Kidz.
    Remember to include the day and time you wish to sign up for as well as name and age of participants!

    “Discovering Plant Magic,” is an workshop where kids will embark on a captivating journey into the world of plants using soft sensors and IoT technology. In this hands-on experience, we’ll explore the incredible abilities of plants and create “soft sensors” to unveil the secrets of their hidden language.

    Introduction to Plant Power:

    • Uncover the wonders of plant life and learn how they harness energy through photosynthesis.
    • Understand the interconnectedness of ecosystems and why plants are essential for our planet’s health.

    The Magic of Soft Sensors:
    Dive into the concept of soft sensors – flexible, adaptable devices that can measure changes in their environment. Explore how these soft sensors mimic the sensitivity of plants, making them perfect companions for our green adventure.

    Connecting Plants with Soft Sensors and IoT:
    Participants witness the transformation as we connect soft sensors to plants, turning them into interactive, data-sharing companions. Learn the basics of IoT technology and understand how it enables communication and collaboration between devices.

    Hands-On Exploration: The workshop engages in interactive activities to create own soft sensors to communicate with plants, collecting data on their responses to the environment.

    Imaginative Creations:
    Collaborate with others to dream up imaginative scenarios where soft sensors and plants work together harmoniously.
    Think together about how this technology can be used to create a more sustainable and interconnected world.

    Participants will gain a deeper appreciation for the intelligence and sensitivity of both plants and soft sensors. They will understand the basics of IoT and how it enables devices to communicate and collaborate seamlessly. All while they explore the potential for innovative, eco-friendly technologies inspired by the harmony between nature and soft sensors.

    A workshop that seamlessly merges art, creativity, and eco-friendly technologies is immensely important for children’s development. This interdisciplinary approach offers a holistic learning experience, engaging kids on multiple levels and encouraging them to explore scientific concepts through hands-on activities. By stimulating imagination and fostering creativity, the workshop provides a space for children to think innovatively and express themselves.

    In essence, a workshop that combines art, creativity, and eco-friendly technologies provides a dynamic and enriching learning experience. The hands-on exploration of creating soft sensors and delving into eco-friendly technologies nurtures children with valuable skills and environmental consciousness.

    LIVE CODING

    June 7th
    Create your own show with live coding visuals. LIVE Coding!

    Duration: 3 hours.
    When: June 7th from 10:00 to 13:00
    Age: 10-18 years old.
    Place: Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, 5004 Bergen
    To secure a spot, send us an email to piksel24(AT)piksel.no with the Subject line: Piksel Kidz.
    Remember to include the day and time you wish to sign up for as well as name and age of participants!

    The internet is full of open-source and free software that we can use to create exciting sound and visuals. This workshop for children aged 14ish will introduce Live coding to the kids. Live coding is an audio visual performance practice that revolves around the creation and modification of code and algorithms in real-time.

    Throughout the 3 hours workshop the kids will experiment programming with very simple code sounds and visuals. The workshop intends to de-mystify technology and reveal its design decisions, limitations, and creative potential. Kids will produce a final performance all together at the end of the workshop.

    In this workshop, attendees will be introduced to Hydra – a live coding environment created by Olivia Jack. Using live programming, they will have the opportunity to explore image and camera manipulation and create unique visuals. Additionally, we will discuss the various formats where video plays a crucial role, such as live concerts, art installations, and music videos.

    Hydra is a web-based video synthesizer. Olivia describes live coding as writing code in real time to make visuals and/or music as part of a performance. Originally begun as a series of explorations in the browser, Hydra is now used by a large community of live coding performers who perform in clubs and other venues, as well as in online streamed performances throughout the pandemic. There are many resources for getting started with Hydra, and a number of spin-off projects including PIXELJAM, also by Olivia, which allows multiple performers to do live coding together. There are also periodic online meetups where live coders worldwide meet up to talk and show off their works created with Hydra.

    Hydra is live code-able video synth and coding environment that runs directly in the browser. It is free and open-source and made for beginners and experts alike.

    Hydra can be used:

    • to mix and add effects to camera feeds, screenshares, live streams, and videos
    • to create generative and audio-reactive visuals, and share them online with others
    • in combination with other javascript libraries such as P5.js, Tone.js, THREE.js, or gibber
    • to add interactive video effects to a website
    • to experiment with and learn about video feedback, fractals, and pixel operations
    • to stream video between browsers and live-jam with others online
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  • Stormy Thursdays. Open Workshops.

    Stormy Thursdays – Exploring the Convergence of Art and Free/Libre Technologies. Open workshops.

    We are delighted to invite you to “Stormy Thursdays,” a series of interactive workshops where we delve into the intersection of art and free/libre technologies, fostering a serene space for exploration and creativity.

    Discover the Art-Tech Connection: Immerse yourself in the serene blend of artistic expression and free/libre technologies, where innovation takes a tranquil form.

    Participate, Craft, Share: These workshops prioritize hands-on engagement. Join us to participate actively, craft your projects, and share your creations with a community of like-minded individuals.

    Free/Libre Technologies: Embrace the philosophy of open-source tools. Learn about free/libre technologies and contribute to a collaborative space of knowledge sharing.

    Event Details:

    Date: Every Thursday / January and February 2024
    Time: 17-20 h
    Venue: Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, Bergen

    What to Anticipate:

    Interactive Workshops
    Live Demonstrations
    Collaborative Project Showcases
    Casual Networking with Creative Minds

    Who Should Attend:

    Artists
    Tech Enthusiasts
    Creatives
    Those intrigued by the intersection of art and technology

    RSVP Today: Send us an email to piksel24(at)piksel(dot)no


    Let Thursdays become a canvas for peaceful creativity, an avenue for thoughtful exploration. We look forward to a serene collaboration of art and technology. See you there.

    #StormyThursdays #ArtTechConvergence #FreeLibreExploration #TranquilInnovation

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  • Goodiepal performance in Studio 207

    We are honored to host the Goodiepal performance at Studio 207 on Sunday 17th of December 2023. A unique opportunity to know this enigmatic and influential figure of the experimental music in Bergen.

    Goodiepal: The Enigmatic Sound Pioneer

    Goodiepal, born as Parl Kristian Bjørn Vester, is an avant-garde composer, electronic musician, and multi-disciplinary artist hailing from Denmark. Born on September 11, 1974, in Rønne, Goodiepal has become a fascinating figure in the realm of experimental music.

    Known for his eccentric approach to sound and performance, Goodiepal has spent decades pushing the boundaries of traditional music genres.

    Goodiepal’s sonic journey is a kaleidoscope of influences, ranging from electronic beats to avant-garde compositions. He has carved out a unique niche in the music scene, blending technology with a deep appreciation for the avant-garde. His performances are unpredictable, immersive experiences that challenge the norms of conventional music.

    In addition to his work as a musician, Goodiepal introduced the concept of Radical Computer Music in response to the prevalent Scandinavian practice of categorizing notated music as “serious music.” Seeking to redefine the relationship between humans and machines, he advocates for communicating with computers using newly created languages. According to Goodiepal, this novel linguistic approach has the potential to elevate the man-machine relationship to a higher level, fostering innovation and pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of computer music.

    Goodiepal remains an enigmatic and influential figure, leaving an indelible mark on the world of experimental music. His creative spirit continues to inspire those who seek to explore the limitless possibilities of sound and expression.

    #RadicalComputerMusic #Innovation #ManMachineRelationship

    https://komponistbasen.dk/node/8812#1

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goodiepal

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radical_Computer_Music

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  • PIKSEL (NO) Festival 23-25 nov. 2023

    The Piksel (no) festival tours have been cancelled, the festival activities will proceed as programmed on Thursday and Saturday, with the exception of the tours around the city and Rare Earth Walks with Max Dovey – Piksel Kidz.

    Please follow our webpage and social media for updates.

    Thursday 23.11:

    Piksel (NO) Festival opening Studio 207 18:30-23:00

    18:30 DJ Performance Anders G.

    21:00 Piksel festival activities presentation

    • IDLE presentation: “Discovery artists” EFEEA residency artists Flor de Fuego and Blaž Pavlica who have developed an unique visual instrument for the Web Virtual Reality (WebVR) environment IDLE using the live coding framework Hydra.
    • Presentation of the exhibition “A knock from below heard at the bottom” from Polina Medvedeva and the artistic director Julie Lillelien Porter from Lydgalleriet.

    22:00 Open studio207 • Open decks • Open Beamer
    Showcase of Free/Libre & Open Source New Media/ DIY/OSHW / Electronic Art


    Saturday 25.11: Piksel (NO) Festival “Discovery artists” EFEEA IDLE Performance.

    21:00 Open studio207 • Open decks • Open Beamer
    Showcase of Free/Libre & Open Source New Media / DIY/OSHW / Electronic
    Art

    22:00 PIKSEL (NO) Festival is presenting the “Discovery artists” EFEEA
    residency artists Flor de Fuego and Blaž Pavlica, IDLE Performance

    23:00 Open studio207 • Open decks • Open Beamer Showcase of Free/Libre
    & Open Source New Media/ DIY/OSHW / Electronic Art

    For more info:
    https://no.piksel.no

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  • PIKSEL (NO) Festival program changes

    Dear Collaborators and Community,

    With mixed emotions, we announce the conclusion of our collaborations with the guest curators for the 2023 edition of the Piksel Festival. Due to increasing differences regarding the scope of their involvement, we feel that the only way of moving forward and still keep the integrity of the Piksel Festival is to end our collaboration at this point.

    The Piksel (no) festival is still happening, festival activities will proceed as programmed on Thursday and Saturday, with the exception of the tours around the city.

    Please follow our webpage and social media for updates.

    We express our gratitude to the curators for their contributions and dedication throughout our time together. Additionally, we want to thank the artists included in the program and apologize for this last-minute decision and any inconvenience it may cause.

    We remain committed to fostering creativity and excellence in our endeavors, and we eagerly anticipate new opportunities and partnerships that align with our vision and values.

    Thank you for your continued support.

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  • Piksel Kidz – Creating Visual effects with Code – LIVE Coding with HYDRA.

    Piksel Kidz – LIVE Coding with HYDRA.

    Another round of Piksel Kidz is right around the corner! From Tuesday 28th of November until Friday 1st of December kids, parents, youngsters and adults are welcome to studio 207 where the digital-craft artist Florencia Alonso (Flor de Fuego) will guide the group on tips and tricks of Live coding using the open source software Hydra.

    In 2015, Piksel Festival, the Bergen festival focusing on new media art and open digital culture, introduced Piksel KidZ Lab, an artistic laboratory for kids to understand and build new media artworks. After 9 years of experience working with kids and technology, the program is rooted in the autumn schools program. Piksel KidZ Lab will be held in Bergen during the autumn of 2023.

    Throughout the 3 hours workshop the kids will experiment programming with very simple code sounds and visuals. The workshop intends to de-mystify technology and reveal its design decisions, limitations, and creative potential. Kids will produce a final performance all together at the end of the workshop.

    In this workshop, attendees will be introduced to Hydra – a live coding environment created by Olivia Jack. Using live programming, they will have the opportunity to explore image and camera manipulation and create unique visuals. Additionally, we will discuss the various formats where video plays a crucial role, such as live concerts, art installations, and music videos.

    Hydra is a web-based video synthesizer. Olivia describes live coding as writing code in real time to make visuals and/or music as part of a performance. Originally begun as a series of explorations in the browser, Hydra is now used by a large community of live coding performers who perform in clubs and other venues, as well as in online streamed performances throughout the pandemic. There are many resources for getting started with Hydra, and a number of spin-off projects including PIXELJAM, also by Olivia, which allows multiple performers to do live coding together. There are also periodic online meetups where live coders worldwide meet up to talk and show off their works created with Hydra.

    Hydra is live code-able video synth and coding environment that runs directly in the browser. It is free and open-source and made for beginners and experts alike.

    Duration: 4 hours.
    The workshop repeats every day in 2 possible schedules:
    mornings from 10:00 to 13:00 for schools
    late afternoon from 16:00-19:00 for individual kids

    Age: 10-88 years old. Parents and young adults are also welcome!

    Place: Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, 5004 Bergen

    To secure a spot, send us an email to piksel23(AT)piksel.no with the Subject line Piksel Kidz.

    Remember to include the day and time you wish to sign up for as well as name and age of participants!

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  • Piksel24November 21-23 2024Bergen, Norway
    Dear friends,
    We are excited to announce the call for projects for the 22nd edition of the Piksel Festival!
    https://piksel.no/2024/07/10/piksel-festival-2024

    10 July 2024 @ 12:27 pm

    Piksel Fest Spill – Finnisage
    Silent Vegetal Thoughts closing event and IDLE Virtual Instruments Performance.
    Date: Friday, June 28thTime: 18:00 - 21:00Location: Studio 207, Strandgaten 207
    To finish up Piksel Fest Spill, we invite you to spend some additional moments with the plants before their time controlling Studio 207's lights and sounds comes to an end.
    In addition, we are excited to showcase the IDLE Virtual Instruments with an AV performance.
    #piksel #IDLE #Bergen #Studio207

    19 June 2024 @ 1:46 pm

    IDLE Virtual Instruments Workshop
    For musicians, artists, programmers, and VR professionals.
    Date: June 20thTime: 15:00-18:00Where: Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, BergenSignup: Email piksel24(at)piksel(dot)no
    https://idle.piksel.no/
    In
    the IDLE Virtual Instruments workshop, Piksel invites musicians, artists, programmers, and VR professionals to continue exploring the potential uses of Virtual Instruments, emphasizing the artistic standpoint.

    19 June 2024 @ 1:41 pm

    Piksel Fest Spill is kicking off its second round of activities with a focus on Live Coding. On June 8th, guest artists @blazp and @flordefuego will perform using virtual instruments through Hydra at Studio 207. The event will be streamed online for an international audience.
    Date: June 8thTime: 23:00-00:00 CEST (Doors open at 22:00)Location: Studio 207, Strandgaten 207, BergenOnline stream: https://www.twitch.tv/pikselfestEntrance: FreeThis event is part of the ICLC Satellite Events.

    7 June 2024 @ 12:08 pm

    Dear friends and Piksel lovers,
    Reminder: Tomorrow at 18:00, join us at Studio 207, Piksel, Bergen for the opening of Silent Vegetal Thoughts by María Castellanos and Alberto Valverde (ES). Their installation lets plants control IoT systems, manipulating lights and sound.
    Saturday, May 25th:
    14:00: Artist Presentation 15:00-18:00: Workshop (Register at piksel24 (AT) piksel.no)
    Details: https://piksel.no/2024/05/07/piksel-fest-spill-2024-2 & https://piksel.no/2024/04/22/piksel-fest-spill-2024
    Warm
    regards, Piksel Team

    23 May 2024 @ 1:54 pm

    🌿 Piksel Fest Spill 2024 🌿Join us in May and June for Piksel Fest Spill! Explore "Silent Vegetal Thoughts" in a captivating exhibition and dive into plant magic with workshops for kids and adults. Plus, exciting news: Ohanda One, the zero emission ocean vessel born from Piksel 16, is becoming a reality! 🌱🎨🌊 #PikselFestSpill2024 #PlantMagic #OhandaOne
    Read more in our newsletter: https://piksel.no/about/news?email_id=50

    26 April 2024 @ 3:47 pm

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