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BEK 29.08.2017 29.08.2017
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Ableton Live Workshops

BEK is proud to offer a beginner course in Ableton Live. The course will last five weeks, 6 course days in total, from the last week of August to the end of September. The course will focus on the participants’ own ambitions and development, which will lead to a concrete work presented and discussed in community at the end of…

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Liminaria - poster for the festival
Liminaria, Montefalcone di Valfortore 07.07.2017 14.07.2017
Liminaria, San Marco dei Cavoti 03.09.2017 10.09.2017

Sound art residencies in Italy

In the summer of 2017 four artists associated with BEK are invited for one week residencies in the rural region of Fortore in South Italy. The artists will produce and present site-specific works and interventions responding to the rural conditions, developed in collaboration with local communities. The residencies are part of a bilateral sound art exchange program between Norway and…

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Algorithms that Matter
Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics - IEM, Graz 01.04.2017 01.04.2020

Algorithms that Matter

BEK is a collaborating international partner in the Austrian artistic artistic research project Algorithms that Matter (ALMAT), lead by Hanns Holger Rutz and David Pirrò. ALMAT aims at understanding the increasing influence of algorithms, translating them into aesthetic positions in sound. It builds a new perspective on algorithm agency by subjecting the realm of algorithms to experimentation and diffractive reading. Algorithms are everywhere today,…

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Blind Spot, Drawing by Karen Kipphoff
Norwegian Theatre Academy, University College Østfold 01.08.2016 31.07.2019

Blind Spot – Staring down the void

The artistic research project Blind Spot investigates a sensory phenomenon at the gravitational center of all material knowledge. The project researches the implications of the “blind spot” to artists in the visual and performing arts concerned with the implications of perception in human experience and society. The term “blind spot” stems from medical research into the optics of the eye. “The…

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