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Sentralbadet - 26/10/2016 to 15/12/2016

Petition - Make Sentralbadet a House for the Stage Arts in Bergen Now

BIT Teatergarasjen and Carte Blanche need our support! Please read more and sign the petition here.

The petition is available in Norwegian and English.


griffith - 13/07/2016 to 18/07/2016

BEK at NIME 2016

Marieke Verbiesen will travel to NIME 2016 – New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2016 to present BEK, projects we have worked with, and her own project Mayhem Machine, in Brisbane, Australia.


BEK - 18/05/2016 to 18/06/2016

Future DiverCities // announcement

Future DiverCities : artistic connection builds a creative union!
As a key partner of the international collaboration between 9 cultural organisations, BEK is proud to announce that “Future DiverCities” has received the official support of the European Commission as part of the Creative Europe Program.


BEK - 20/11/2015

Artist talk - Gunhild Mathea Olaussen

Gunhild Mathea Olaussen is a fellow at the Fellowship Program for Artistic Research, Norwegian Theatre Academy, Østfold University College. Here at BEK, on Friday 20 Nov. kl. 13.00, she speaks about the main trends in her private research work and her planned projects in 2016. We start with a small lunch.


Landmark - 11/04/2015 and Trykkeriet - 11/04/2015

Material Vision – Silent Reading

Material Vision – Silent Reading is a film and series of prints by Espen Sommer Eide, based on the creation of new musical instruments and a performance developed on Bear Island. Exhibition opening at Trykkeriet, and filmscreening at Landmark.


HKS - 18/03/2015

The Extensions of Many: Seminars on Media Aesthetics Part 2

Throughout March, BEK is organising a series of seminars exploring the ambiguity of the notion of media from an aesthetic and technological perspective.


IMV, UiO and NMH - 24/11/2014 to 26/11/2014

Latest developments in spatial audio and computer aided composition tools from IRCAM

3 leading researchers from IRCAM visit Oslo for a series of presentations, workshops and round-table discussions relating to spatial audio and computer aided composition. The meetings take place at fourMs lab at University of Oslo and Norwegian Academy of Music, with additional participation from BEK, NOTAM and the Grieg Academy.

The meeting is a follow up to the collaboration between BEK, Anders Vinjar and Ircam over the past 1 1/2 year regarding porting OpenMusic to Linux.