Lost in Transition

Exhibitions & concert curator:
Espen Gangvik, director Meta.Morf / TEKS

Conference curator and moderator:
Dr. Rachel Armstrong, University of Greenwich, London

Here to Go II

Conference & concert curators:
Carl Abrahamsson
Martin Palmer

Advisory circle 2014

Alex Adriaansens, Director V2_, Rotterdam
Alex Booker, Professor, AB, NTNU
Anja Johansen, PhD cand. TKS, NTNU
Jørgen Hallås Skatland, Phd cand. AB, NTNU
Martin Palmer, composer & curator, founder of Forum Nidrosiae

Initial Advisory board 2007

Alex Adriaansens, Director, V2_, Rotterdam
Clive Kellner, former director of Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa
Jemima Rellie, Vice President, Comms & Public progr., Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles
Jeremy Welsh, Artist, Professor, Trondheim Academy of Fine Art
Zhang Ga, Curator, The National Museum of Modern Art, Beijing

Director & Curator
Espen Gangvik
[Funding, Web, Logistics, Press, Promotion]

Exhibition producer
Daniel Richards

Concert producers
Martin Palmer
Espen Gangvik

Travel manager
Jørgen Hallås Skatland

Hospitality manager
Susanne Eeg

Production assistants
Andrea Menéndez
Daniel Romero Nieto
Håvard Stamnes
Katarina Marthinsen
Per Kristian Nygård
Øyvind Sørfjordmo

BABEL Visningsrom for Kunst
Brukbar & Supa Klubb
Gråmølna – Trondheim Kunstmuseum
RAKE Visningsrom
Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst
Trøndelag Teater

Arts Council Norway
Trondheim Municipality
County Municipality of Sør-Trøndelag
PNEK – Production network for electronic arts, Norway

Thanks to:

Unni Harrison, Tibe T
Anne Maisey, Trondheim Kunstmuseum
Margrete Abelsen, Babel Visningsrom for kunst
Randi Brockmann, Trøndelag senter for samtidskunst
Amalie Marie Stevik, Trøndelag senter for samtidskunst
Charlotte Rostad, Rake Visningsrom
Trygve Ohren, Rake Visningsrom
Sverre Halvorsen, Lucas, NTNU
Merete Søbstad, Dokkhuset
Tor Breivik, Dokkhuset
Arild Schei, Dokkhuset
Pål Rees, Blæst
Sjalg Olav Hoel, Blæst
Guro Store, Trøndelag Teater
Kristian Seltun, Trøndelag Teater

TEKS is the organiser of Meta.Morf.

TEKS – Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre 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 organizer or co-organiser of various techno related cultural initiatives.

TEKS is in 2014 funded by the Arts council Norway and Trondheim Municipality.

TEKS is a member of PNEK, Production network for Electronic arts, Norway.

Produced by TEKS – Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre