Piksel13 || RIOT
The 11th annual Piksel Festival for Electronic Art and Free Technologies
– Exhibitions ? workshops ? live art ? presentations
– November 21st-24th, Bergen (NO)
The 11th edition of the Piksel Festival takes place in Bergen (NO)
November 21st-24th 2013. This years theme – RIOT – connects to the
diversity in the tradition of hactivist art and specifically the use of
tactical media, digital resistance and electronic disturbance as more
relevant now than ever before.
EXHIBITIONS @ Franz : Navle and Lydgalleriet
Will Burn, Maria Colina Perez, Sergey Dushkin, Azahara Cerezo, F.A.T.,
Geraldine Juarez, Magnus Eriksson, Mark Beasley, Louise Harris,
Wolfgang Spahn, Artemis Papageorgiou, Aforditi Psarra, Stefan
PERFORMANCES @ ?STRE
Afroditi Psarra, Constanza Pi?a, John Bowerss, Sten-Olof
Hellstr?m, Theremidi Orchestra, Servando Barreiro, Alex McLean, Ryan
Jordan, Raquel Meyers, Goto80, Great International Audio Streaming
Orchestra III, Malte Steiner, Darsha Hewitt, Anis Haron, Dr. Nexus,
V?ctor Maz?n Gardoqui, LaptopsRus, Casperelectronics
PRESENTATIONS @ ?STRE
Trasformatorio, The Open Modular Synthesizer, Creating Performance
Systems with Pd, Raspberry Pi and Arduino, F.A.T. ? Free Art &
Technology, MicroFlo: flow-based programming for microcontrollers, All
the lines arrive to NAZCA
WORKSHOPS @ Trykk : Trykk and Piksel HQ
PSYCHOHELIOPHYSICISTS ? SUN TONGS, Sound happens in the group!, Noise
Make-up Language, Limen ? electromagnetic sniffing device, APODIO V9
WORKSHOP, Haptic City Workshop, Paper-Duino-Pi, LornaLab Projection
Workshop, OSC controlled realtime visuals with the gameengine Panda3D,
more info and complete festival program:
Piksel11 is supported by The Norwegian Art Council, Bergen
Municipality, Hordaland County, PNEK, BEK, Grundtvig ? Lifelong
Learning Program and others.
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.