Pixels, Frames, Beats, Drones @ Gallery KiT

Education: Nottingham Trent University (1977) Goldsmiths College University of London (1982).

Exhibitions producer, London Video Arts, 1982–88. Director, Film & Video Umbrella UK 1988–90. Associate Professor Trondheim Academy of Art, 1990–96. Professor, Trondheim Academy of Art, NTNU, 1996–2001. Professor Bergen Academy of Art & Design, 2001–2013. Dean of Fine Art, 2012–2014. Professor, Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU, 2014–2020.

Jeremy has been active as visual artist and curator in video, installation, sound and photo internationally since 1977. Current work includes collaborative, expanded performance projects with musicians, sound artists, visual artists. He works in major collections including The National Museum, Oslo and Trondheim Art Museum. Public Art commissions in Norway 2000–2012.


Pater Noster 2020 @ Babel visningsrom for kunst

Lena Katrine Sokki (b. 1980) completed her master’s degree in fine art at Trondheim Art Academy (KiT, NTNU) in 2013. She lives in Trondheim, from where she works both with her own art practice and within the art field in general.

For the past ten years, the artist duo Lena Katrine & Heidi-Anett has been the central part of her art practice and together with Heidi-Anett Haugen (b.1985), they have explored the symbiotic and parallel conditions of being two artists behind one artistic expression. Besides this practice, Lena Katrine Sokki has been engaged in a number of other collaborative projects within in the frame of relational art. Since 2018 she has been the project leader of the artist run gallery Babel visningsrom for kunst, Trondheim. As a curator Lena Katrine Sokki is concerned about the conditions for artists working in the contemporary field.


Piano and Dancer II @ Trondhjems Kunstforening

Elena Pérez (Madrid, 1978) is the artistic director at Trondheim Art Society. She holds a PhD in art and technology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (2016), where she investigated the use of digital media in contemporary performance. She curates, writes and teaches on topics related to performance, technology, visual art and gaming and their intersection.



Ines Alpha @ Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum

Steffen Wesselvold Holden (b. 1976) majored in Art History at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2006. He now works as curator at the National Museum of Decorative Arts and Designs.


Geocinema @ Kunsthall Trondheim

Stefanie Hessler is a curator and writer. She is the director of Kunsthall Trondheim.
Her work focuses on interdisciplinary processes and close and long-term collaborations with artists and researchers from different fields.

Recent curatorial projects include “Joan Jonas: Moving Off the Land II” at Ocean Space, Venice (2019); “Armin Linke: Prospecting Ocean” at the Institute of Marine Science, Venice (2018); the 6th Athens Biennale “ANTI” (2018); and the sympo- sium “Practices of Attention” at the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo (2018). Her monographic book Prospecting Ocean was published by The MIT Press in December 2019.


Dada Manifesto @ Kunstmuseet Nord-Trøndelag

Sara Cornelia Greiff is since 2011 the head of Kunstmuseet NordTrøndelag, Namsos. Greiff has previous worked
as curator in Copenhagen where she in 2008 finished her masters in Art history and Practical curating at the
University of Copenhagen. She has strengthened its dissemination program and continuously strives to facilitate a high quality and current art program.


Digital Wild / Group exhibition @ TKM Gråmølna
Digital Wild / Concerts @ Dokkhuset Scene
Eirik Havnes / The Agreement @
Verena Friedrich / The Long Now @ Vitensenteret i Trondheim

Espen Gangvik is a Norwegian artist and curator. He gradu- ated from Trondheim Academy of Fine Art in 1984. Gangvik has participated in numerous group exhibitions at home and abroad, and has since 1986 undertaken a number of commissions and is represented in several public collections

In 2002 Gangvik founded TEKS – Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre – which aims to facilitate production and dissemination of art practises that utilise and debate new technologies. He is currently the General Manager of the foundation. TEKS is the founder and organizer of the Trondheim international biennale for art and technology, Meta.Morf.


Digital Wild Conference @ Dokkhuset Scene
Faen Exhibition: Fy Faen Så Bra @ Galleri KiT
The Norwegian Media Art Library @ Gråmølna

Zane Cerpina is Oslo based artist, cura- tor, organizer, and publisher working within experimental new media and electronic arts. Zane currently works as project manager/curator at TEKS (Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre) and editor and manager at EE: Experimental Emerging Art Journal, Norway. From 2015 to 2019 she worked as creative man- ager and editor at PNEK (Production Network for Electronic Art, Norway

Zane is internationally active as a lecturer and presenter at venues. She has been part of Extravagant Bodies Festival by Kontejner (Croatia 2019), ISEA (International Symposium of Electronic Arts (Vancouver 2015, Hong Kong 2016, Manizales 2017, Gwangju 2019), V2_ (the Netherlands, 2016), STRAND (Serbia 2016), LABVERDE (Brazil 2017), and other events in UK, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Norway, etc.

Her extensive body of works includes curating and producing FAEN – Female Artistic Experiments Norway (2019-); The Dangerous Futures Conference (2018); Oslo Flaneur Festival (2016) and The Anthropocene Cookbook event series (2016-). Zane is one of the curators of The Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art produced by TEKS. She has done editorial work at The Journal of Somaesthetics (2014-2017) and written for Neural Magazine. Her writing and editorial work also include the ongoing publica- tion series: The PNEK FILES (2015-2019), and editorial work of the upcoming book – Electronic Art in Norway.