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PIKSEL15 Exhibition Opening Tour!

| Thursday 19 NOV | 18:00 – 20:30 | Join us at S12 Galleri @ 18:00 for the opening of the Piksel15 Exhibition!  We will tour all the gallery spaces, arriving at Østre @ 20:00. 34 artists, 5 venues!  http://15.piksel.no/artworks-x-venues/     1 – S12 Galleri Sparebanksgaten 4A 2 – Lund-Tønnesens kjeller Kong Oscars gate 13 3 – BART – Bergen StreetArt

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PNEK Network

PNEK (Production Network for Electronic Art, Norway) is a network structure aiming to provide good production conditions for artists working with electronic and interdisciplinary art. PNEK assists artists and structures with competence building, project development, workshops, screening/distribution of works, and activities aiming to raise the general awareness about hybrid artforms through seminars and social/artistic events. The founding members are Atelier Nord (Oslo), BEK (Bergen), i/o

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Lunar Apocalypse | Matteo Pasin

Lunar Apocalypse Deconstructing a Ms-Dos videogame frantically running through textures and levels of Duke Nukem 3d (Windows7 glitching colors). A series of 9 videos glitching the 9 levels that compose the second episode of Dn3d Lunar apocalypse: Spaceport, Incubator, Warp factor, Fusion station, Occupied territory, Tiberius station, Lunar reactor, Dark side, Overlord. This video is part of Fragments and Flows:

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Live projection mapping with aziz!LightCrew’s Freeliner | Maxime Damecour

Live projection mapping with aziz!LightCrew’s Freeliner ‘alcFreeliner’ is a open source projection mapping tool built to improvise animations on anything in the reach of a projector. Developed over the past 2 years, it has become quite full of features. But its interface is very rudimentary; it relies on a keyboard, mouse, and three lines of informational text. This workshop will

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Artificial Stupidity | Servando Barreiro

Artificial Stupidity In this times in which terms like artificial intelligence or artificial life are arising and settling  into different technological fields such as automotive or robotised telephonic assistance, It’s good to take a a look back to this terms from a different perspective and realise first that we still don’t fully understand how a simple plant of our garden

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Pikslo_deep_diving / underwater interception of the nordic sea | Robertina Šebjanič, Kat Austen, Gjino Šutič, Slavko Glamočanin

Pikslo_deep_diving / underwater interception of the nordic sea World seas and oceans are presenting more than 70% of surface of Earth. 97% of it is salt water, 2% is fresh water in the form of ice and only the remaining 1% is drinking water, which is distributed around the planet very unevenly.The exploration of any ecosystem requires detailed study and

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From “ppg256” | Nick Montfort

From “ppg256” Beginning in 2007, I wrote a series of seven very short Perl programs to generate poems. Each program in the ppg256 (Perl poetry generator in 256 characters) series consists of exactly 256 characters of code. The programs use no data sources except for strings in the code itself; no other programs or special libraries are invoked. Six of

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The noiser / Fetveit / H220

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Sublunary Echo performance | Sabina Ahn

Sublunary Echo performance Sublunary Echo is an interactive installation that uses bioluminescent phytoplankton (P. fusiformis) as a material. This piece makes a feedback loop between natural elements, humans and machines, alluding to the symbiotic relationship and cycle with a different type of energy. Spectators are invited to a space that can interact with living light particles and explore the sound

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Anarchotopia | Karen Eliot

Anarchotopia “Imagine there’s no countries, no possession, no need for greed or hunger. Imagine all the people sharing all the world.” Inspired by John Lennon, we’re testing this idea: Anarchotopia is a virtual island in Second Life, providing free space for anybody. Users are allowed to build whatever they like, in any style or size they wish. Since land in

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