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


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


Theresa Schubert, Ida Hirsenfelder, Malte Steiner, Wolfgang Spahn, Richie
Cyngler, Fabienne Felder, Anders Hoff

WORKSHOPS @ @ Bergen Kjøtt and Lydgalleriet

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:

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 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.