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'''BEK, Bergen Center for Electronic Arts''', is a non-profit organization situated in [[Bergen]], providing resources and knowledge for artists and others working in the field of arts and new technology.
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'''BEK - Bergen Center for Electronic Arts''' is an interdisciplinary centre for the development of art and new technology in [[Bergen]]. It aims to extend the field of electronic art through collaboration, critical reflection and knowledge sharing. The center was established in 2000 and is organised as a non-profit foundation. BEK is one of the nodes associated with the network [[PNEK|PNEK – Production Network for Electronic Art in Norway]].  
  
Staff:  
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Staff (as of 2019): Åse Løvgren (Project Developer), [[Lars Ove Toft]] (Director), Camilla Svingen (Financial Manager), [[Espen Sommer Eide]] (Advisor in Art and Technology), [[Marieke Verbiesen]] (Advisor in Art and Technology), Vilde Salhus Røed (Information Manager).
[[Lars Ove Toft]], Director;
 
[[Anne Marthe Dyvi]], Artistic developer;
 
[[Piya Wanthiang]], Documentation;
 
[[Espen Sommer Eide]], Project developer;
 
[[Marieke Verbiesen]], System admin;
 
[[Stian Remvik]], Program developer and designer;
 
[[Trond Lossius]], Research coordinator.
 
 
 
Board: [[Agnes Kroepelien]] (chairman), [[Ørjan Drønen Madsen]], [[Ellen Røed]], [[Signe Lidén]], [[Mette Helgesen]].
 
  
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* http://www.bek.no
 
* http://www.bek.no
  
 
[[Category:Media art labs]]
 
[[Category:Media art labs]]

Latest revision as of 13:51, 4 December 2019

BEK - Bergen Center for Electronic Arts is an interdisciplinary centre for the development of art and new technology in Bergen. It aims to extend the field of electronic art through collaboration, critical reflection and knowledge sharing. The center was established in 2000 and is organised as a non-profit foundation. BEK is one of the nodes associated with the network PNEK – Production Network for Electronic Art in Norway.

Staff (as of 2019): Åse Løvgren (Project Developer), Lars Ove Toft (Director), Camilla Svingen (Financial Manager), Espen Sommer Eide (Advisor in Art and Technology), Marieke Verbiesen (Advisor in Art and Technology), Vilde Salhus Røed (Information Manager).

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