Sound and music computing
Deadline January 22 2017.
In September 2017 the 16th edition of ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival will partner with a number of local partners to produce a programme of projects that respond to the theme of water. We invite proposals from artists working in any medium, however…
ANTI is one of BEK’s key partners in the international collaboration Future DiverCities, where artistic connection builds a creative union.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at BEK!
Our offices and booking services will be closed for the season from December 19th. We open again on January 9th – see you in the new year!
Our most important task is to establish and maintain contact with and between individual artists, artist groups, institutions and other relevant participants, for project development, knowledge generation and information exchange. Please contact us if this is something you can see the benefit of.
Photo: Video still from the work “Perceptual Cycle” by artist Anne Marthe Dyvi, Artistic Developer at BEK, shown at KODE – Bergen Art Museum in 2016Time and place:
- BEK - 19/12/2016 to 09/01/2017
FREE Open to the Public
Voice science - acoustics and modelling Symposium celebrating Professor Sten Ternström's 60th birthday
Time: Fri 2016-12-09 13.00 - 17.00
Location: Fantum, Lindstedsvägen 24, 5th floor
Type of event: Seminars
Søknadsfrist er 19.desember 2016.
Kunstbygda Balestrand AS gler seg over å kunne invitere til
Artist in Residence 2017, i perioden 01.-31.07.2017 i minst tre veker.
Historisk er Balestrand uløyseleg knytt til kunsten. Frå 1820 og utover hundreåret etablerte det seg eit rikt kunstnarliv av besøkande som let seg inspirere av den dramatiske naturen og det stadig skiftande lyset. I dag bur og arbeider eit titalls aktive kunstnarar i kommunen, som blant anna arbeider med emalje, tekstil, keramikk, måleri, skulptur, litografi, litteratur og performance.
Til Artist in Residence 2017 inviterer vi ein kunstnar eller ein kunstnar-duo til å vere med på å vidareføre Balestrand sin tradisjon som eit rom for refleksjon, arbeidsro og presentasjon; som ein stad som inspirerer og lar seg inspirere av kunsten.
Å bli kjend med bygda og i bygda: Under opphaldet vert det verkstadbesøk til lokale kunstnarar, besøk på Norsk Reiselivsmuseum og Sognefjord Akvarium. Som eit grep for å «synleggjere ” gjestekunstnaren/kunstnarane, skal den/desse tilby ein aktivitet i bygda under opphaldet. Aktiviteten skal ha ei varigheit på minst 6t. fordelt på to dagar. Det er sett av midlar i budsjettet til dette. Aktiviteten kan vere open for alle i bygda eller rette seg mot grupper, som til dømes: barn, ungdom, flyktningar i Balestrand.
Søknadane vert vurderte av styret i Kunstbygda Balestrand og skal innehalde: CV, visuell dokumentasjon av tidlegare arbeid, motivasjonsbrev og plan for aktivitet for 6 timar.
Kunstnarane vil bu i Villa Heimdalstrand i Balestrand sentrum (sjå vedlegg med omtale og foto). Arbeidsplass vil bli på Bensen (tidlegare bensinstasjon) 100 m frå bustaden. Kvar deltakar mottek eit stipend på 8.000 NOK for perioden og reiseutgifter opp til 3000 NOK vert dekka.
Send søknad til firstname.lastname@example.org, innan 19.desember 2016. Svar på søknadar vil bli sendt ut i slutten av desember. Prosjektet blir gjennomført med atterhald om fullfinansiering.
Med vennleg helsing Kunstbygda Balestrand AS
For praktiske spørsmål og om søknadsprosess, kontakt prosjektleiar Vilde Jensen Hjetland: Mail: email@example.com
For informasjon om Heimdalstrand, kontakt huseigar og styremedlem i Kunstbygda Balestrand AS: Elisabeth Tonheim. Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the weekend of December 3-4th, BEK invited artists working with video to share and discuss practices. The aim of the seminar and workshop was to broaden the understanding of the video medium’s possibilities today, through a practical and theoretical exploration of technology, process and work.
The Material in The Immaterial – reflections on the nature of video medium
Since its first appearance as the Sony Portapak in 1967, video has evolved into multiple forms and aspects. Electronic technology had a short life, and other technologies took over, triggering small revolutions in video as a creative medium, as well as a general device. We can say that these small revolutions (electronic signal; digital code) changed our experience of video as ‘consumers’, but also our experience as ‘users’. Unlike other art related technologies, such as painting or even film, video has a diverse, massive usage fulfilling its first promise as an affordable, ‘everybody’s medium’. Potentially, everyone could be a ‘video maker’; the hip-hoper, the terrorist, the artist.. all of us benefiting from an established democratization of the medium, allowing it to become the ultimate expression of a ‘speakers corner’…
On another side of this perspective, art has taken the role of conceptualizing these transformations of the video technology, either by deconstructing it as a device or by using it as a medium for a poetic production.
With the seminar, we aim to broaden the understanding of the video medium possibilities today, through a practical and theoretical exploration of technology, process and work. By having a more practical and physical basis for video production, we want to get closer to a contemporary understanding of the video medium. We see that artists who use video media today often operate in this way, but the discussion of process/methodology is little in the academic community. The position behind the camera and in the editing process is often a language that is loosely and individually placed.
By arranging a practical-theoretical seminar for artists and other professionals that work with video, we want to create a forum for sharing and discussion of practices. To achieve this, we will rely on the material in an immaterial medium. We will explore the camera’s potential by deconstructing its mechanics. We will discuss imagery by viewing the data or 25 fps. We will deny video art immateriality by discussing video works in its shown form; video shown in space /gallery space.
Saturday 3rd of December 9.30-17.00:
9.30 Coffee/arrival contributors/attendants.
10.00 We start/ welcome by Anne Marthe Dyvi with a short introduction to the seminar, our field of interest/research and our guests.
Anne Marthe Dyvi is an artist and Artistic Developer at BEK. She holds a MFA from Bergen Academy of Art and Design from 2010. Together with artist Sara Santos she has put together the seminar The Material in The Immaterial.
Followed by a round table presentation- all participators present themselves in a few sentences.
Followed by self presentation/food for thought by Ellen Røed (NO)/ 45 min.
Ellen Røed (NO) is an artist and Professor at Stockholm University of The Arts, in ‘Film and Media’. Currently based in Stockholm and Drammen. Former research fellow in The Norwegian Artistic Research Programme and former associate professor at Bergen Academy of Art and Design.
Followed by self presentation/food for thought by Kersti Sundland (NO)/ 45 min.
Kjersti Sundland is an artist and currently a Reasearch Fellow in The Norwegian Artistic Research Programme at Bergen Academy of Art and Design, and a former associate professor in the same institution.
13.00-14.00 (ca) LUNCH (prepared by us/served at BEK)
Followed by Julien Maire workshop.
Julien Maire (FR) is an artist based in Brussels. In his artworks and performances, Julien Maire systematically re-invents the technology of visual media. His research is a manifest hybrid between media-archeology and the production of new media constellations.
17.00 END (It will be possible to continue conversations at BEK or meet up for people who wants to later in the evening.
Sunday 4th of December 10.00-16.00:
10.00 Coffee/arrival between 10-10.30
10.30 Followed by presentation by Alexandre Estrela.
Alexandre Estrela (PT), based in Lisbon, is an artist who use film and video as the core mediums in his artistic practice, and questionthe materiality of the image, dialoguing with a history of experimental film, video and photography.
Followed by Julien Maire workshop- continues.
13.00-14.00 (ca) LUNCH (prepared by us/served at BEK)
14.00 Summary, gathering of terminology/issues/questions/and more.
16.00 Seminar ends. Thank you.
The seminar/workshop was programmed and organized by Sara Santos (PT), Bergen based artist working with video, and Anne Marthe Dyvi (NO) artist working with video and artistic developer at BEK, Bergen Center for Electronic Arts. The seminar was financially supported by Bergen kommune.Time and place:
- BEK - 03/12/2016 to 04/12/2016
Application deadline: December 15th
Ung Nordisk Musikk er en årlig festival for unge komponister, lydkunstnere, elektroniske musikere og performance artister med base i de nordiske landene. Festivalen avholdes 14.-19. august 2017 i Reykjavik, Island.
Read the call here
At the next FRI Piškot Seminar Prof Markus Schedel from Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, will talk about music recommendation systems. Be there on Thursday 15 December 2016 at 10:15 AM in lecture hall 22 at the FRI!
Students are invited to Erasmus+ Tea Party on Wednesday, 14 December 2016, between 9.30 and 11.30 AM in the main hall at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science.
Acousmatic concert curated by Pablo Fredes.
Program:Fundango Pablo Fredes Vida Real Joan Bages i Rubí Éntomon Stijn Govaere [logolepsy / lethologica] Raquel García Tomás
supported by:Generalitat de Catalunya: Departament de Cultura Ajuntament de Barcelona: Barcelona Cultura
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Flyer Programa_14.12.2016_ElSindicatoDA.pdf Category:
There are a number of possibilities to do a post-doc at the MTG, in particular:
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Time: Fri 2016-12-02 15.00 - 17.00
Location: Fantum, Lindstedsvägen 24, 5th floor.
Type of event: Seminars