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Piksel10 program 21 NOV 2010

PIKSEL10 : FINISSAGE!

Piksel10 is in its final day.
Last change to get your hands dirty in a workshop environment, before listening in on three different presentations.
At 5 pm Signe Lidén and Michal Kindernay will hold a finissage concert, playing their installation Angualar Momentum at Entree.

Piksel10 is signing off with five different live art performances at Studio USF, last act UKI, a provocative collaborative performance by Shu Lea Cheang, assisted by Martin Howse.

WORKSHOPS | KNIPSU 11:00-14:00

11:00 Mouse and keyboard hack – the way for a simple and universal interface [KNIPSU]

PRESENTATIONS | STUDIO USF 14:00-17:00

14:00 Cartografia Sonora Antarctica
15:00 RDEX presentation
16:00 CHEAP, FAT & OPEN

FINISSAGE | ENTREE

17:00 FINISSAGE CONCERT: Angular Momentum

LIVE ART | STUDIO USF 21:00-01:00

21:00 HYLICS
22:00 RDEX
23:00 Degenrative Illetrism
23:30 Dystophonia
23:45 UKI

See the full festival schedule.


Piksel10 program 19.NOV 2010

PIKSEL10 : DAY 2

We are in the second day of Piksel10 – Martin Howse, Shu Lea Cheang and Anthony Iles are starting off the morning assembling moments for a 6 hour period, in their performative live art event “The Construction of Situations”, and on two other locations in the city centre workshop participants learn how live code, and hack their radios in no time. The Piksel main exhibition at Galleri 3.14 opens at 18.00 – revealing seven installations that all reference the festival theme (Un)stable, accompanied by concert with Cellulose (NO).
All in time before dinner.
Evening starts at 21:00 at Studio USF and we are proud to present five audiovisual concerts.

WORKSHOPS | KNIPSU PIKSELHUT 11:00-14:00

11:00 Functional live coding workshop [KNIPSU]
11:00 CHEAP SOUND GENERATOR //// HACK YOUR RADIO IN 30 MINUTES [PikselHUT]

SPECIAL LIVE ART EVENT | STUDIO USF 11:00-17:00

11:00 – 17:00 The Construction of Situations

PIKSEL10 MAIN EXHIBITION OPENING | GALLERI 3.14 18:00-20:00


18:30 CELLULOSE (NO)

LIVE ART | STUDIO USF 21:00-01:00

21:00 Cartografia Sonora Antarctica
22:00 RADIO NOISE INTERFERENCES COLLECTIVE
22:30 trAnsCodE
23:00 Andy Bolus / Miho
23:30 slub

See the full festival schedule for the coming days.


PIKSEL 10: (Un)stable

(Un)stable

The 8th annual Piksel festival for Electronic Art and Technological Freedom

Bergen, Norway

November 18-21 2010


Piksel10 is about to begin.
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.
The presentations and liveart events take place at Studio USF, and the workshops and festival main desk are held at Flaggfabrikkens new gallery space KNIPSU.

The main festival exhibition is held at Galleri 3,14 and will be up from November 19th 2010 – January 9th 2011. In addition, several artworks are exhibited at KNIPSU and Entree Visningsrom during the festival period.

See the full program schedule, and an map overview of all locations.

We wish you welcome!

FESTIVAL PASS/DAY PASS
The day program consisting of the exhibitions, workshops and presentations, is free to attend.

For the evening program you will need a festival pass/day pass.
A festival pass is 250 NOK and will give you free entry to the evening events all days.
The day pass is 100 NOK.

Registration for the festival and workshops can be done at the online registration or by sending a mail to piksel10 [AT] piksel.no.

Festival- and daypasses can be picked up and paid for at the festival desk at KNIPSU or at the door for live events.

Workshops are free but some has a fee for materials. (check costs)
Fees can be paid  at the workshop location where needed.


Piksel10 :: open CALL for PROJECTS

PIKSEL10 FESTIVAL  — CALL FOR PROJECTS

The Piksel Festival is organized for the eight time November 18-21  2010.

The Call for Projects is now online and open for registration.

!!!!!!!!!! Deadline postponed – JUNE 15. 2010 !!!!!!!!!!

Please use our online platform for submitting applications:
http://piksel.no/ocs


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