ADA M. HOEL / ALEXANDRA MURRAY-LESLIE / ANDREAS BERGSLAND / ANNA XAMBO SEDO / ASBJØRN TILLER / DANIEL FORMO / ELENA PEREZ / ESPEN GANGVIK / JEREMY WELSH / KAROLINA JAWAD / LARS SKJELBREIA / LENA KATRINE SOKKI / MATHIEU LACROIX / PÅL BØYESEN / RANDI MARTINE BROCKMANN / SARA CORNELIA GREIFF / SARA R. MARTIN / STEFANIE HESSLER / STEFFEN WESSELVOLD HOLDEN / TONE ÅSE / TOVELISE RØKKE-NILSEN / TROND ENGUM / ULRIK ANTONIUSSEN HAMØY / ZANE CERPINA / ØYVIND BRANDTSEGG
META.MORF X TEAM
DANIEL HANSEN / Production & logistics assistant
ESPEN GANGVIK / Director, curator, logistics manager, producer
JØRGEN HALLÅS SKATLAND / Travel manager
UNNI SOELBERG / Catalogue designer
ZANE CERPINA / Curator, designer, producer
ØYSTEIN KJØRSTAD FJELDBO / Production & technical manager
ARNFINN KILLINGTVEIT / Production assistant
BORIS KOURTOUKOV / Production assistant
DAVID BREIDA / Production assistant
DIANA LINDBJERG / Hospitality manager
JISKA HUIZING / Production assistant
JOEL HYNSJÖ / Production assistant
JULIANE SCHÜTZ / Photographer
KINE FAGERHEIM / Production assistant
MAGDALÉNA MANDERLOVÁ / Hospitality manager
Artistic and scientific research are continuously challenging and changing our perspectives on life, often implying new philosophical and existential questions.
Biotechnology, nanotechnology, neuroscience and new communications and computer technologies represent fields that expands the boundaries of artistic practices, practises that in turn may reveal unexplored viewpoints for scientifically based research.
The artist as a conveyor and interpreter of new knowledge and research plays a crucial role for society’s ability to maintain an adequate discourse regarding the use of new technologies and scientific advancements.
Meta.Morf aim to present artists, writers, scientists and researchers for a broader audience with projects and performances that in various ways helps extending our perspectives on life.
TEKS – Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre – is the founder and organiser of Meta.Morf.
TEKS is a non-profit organisation founded in Trondheim in 2002. The organisation is a resource and competence centre that aims to produce and convey techno related art projects within all art disciplines.
TEKS initiates and organises artistic productions and projects, works with promotion and education through courses and workshops, and acts as organiser or co-organiser of various techno related cultural initiatives.
TEKS is funded by the Arts council Norway, Trondheim Municipality and Trøndelag County Council.
TEKS is a member of PNEK – Production Network for Electronic Arts Norway.