NORTH creative network Stavanger event
March 10. - 13. 2016 The last event of North creative network project is taking place at Tou Scene, Stavanger.

i/o/lab is partner of NORTH creative network - an initiative which opens for innovation and cultural exchange between the project partners : RIXC from Latvia , Lornalab from Iceland, PIKSEL and i/o/lab from Norway. Over the last two years the partners have participated in project activities that have taken place in all three countries. As the last activity in this collaboration i/o/lab is presenting an event that will focus on the interplay between art and science.
During the weekend March 10. - 13. i/o/lab will present artists who are engaged in science, technology, ecology and cross collaborative working. The program includes presentation of artworks, seminar and a social event.


Thursday March 10.: Opening of exhibition / Scene 1 kl.18
The exhibition will be open:
Saturday March 12. kl.12:00 - 16:00
Sunday March 13. kl.12:00 - 16:00

Exhibited works by : Maite Cajaraville (ES)/ Gisle Frøysland (NO)/ Tove Kommedal (NO)/
Gints Gabrans (LV)/ Paal Asle Pettersen (NO)/ Paula Vitola (LV)
Performance during the opening by Anna Fríða Jónsdóttir (IS)

Here you will find information about the artists and their works


Friday March 11. kl.10:00 - 16:00 / Scene 1
Tickets 150kr (includes lunch) - Remember to sign up within Thursday latest!
Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kunst-vitenskap-seminar-tickets-22494352213

- Artists have a tradition for relating to science, this seminar will present contemporary artists and researchers where they talk about their projects that is either inspired by or is making direct use of science in their work.

The following artists/reserachers contributes as speakers in the seminarprogram:

Janis Liepins (LV)/ Ainars Kamolins (LV) / Rasa Smite (LV) / Maite Cajaraville (ES) /
Gisle Frøysland (NO) / Paula Vitola (LV) / Tove Kommedal (NO) / Rihards Vitols (LV) /
Nora Vaage (NO)

Here you will find more information about the speakers and their topics 


Saturday March 12. kl.20:00 -22:00 / Tou Scene Cafe`
Sign up here : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-science-cocktails-tickets-22507487501

Social event where scientific and artistic inspirations is served with an exquisite cocktail.
Short presentations by:
Associate Prof.Kåre Bredeli Jørgensen and Associate Prof.Roald Kommedal from Dep. of mathematics and natural science, University of Stavanger. Hege Tapio, artist and manager of i/o/lab Center for Futureart. Thanusha Naidoo, Phd student in geoscience at Dep.of mathematics and natural science, University of Stavanger.
Maite Cajaraville and Gisle Frøyland, artists and delegates from PIKSEL - festival for open source hardware, software and art.

As a cosy event for the youngest audiencewe offer the storytelling event with:
“The fish that want” 
13:00-14:00 / Scene 1
Sign up here : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fisken-som-kan-nske-tickets-22509381165

A storytelling performance with Marianne Stenerud 
(in Norwegian!)
In the deepest blue ocean a little fish is swimming. The fish is not like other small fishes. It can wish for anything in the world and all its wishes come true.
The children will hear strange little stories about wishes and dreams, and a myth about the time when the world was created .
For children from 4 years.

The project is funded through the EEA - funds by Norwegian Cultural Council, Rogaland County and Stavanger Municipality.