In connection with the PIKSEL13 festival we are offering in total 10 workshops. All the workshops are free to attend, but for some of them there is a cost for materials. To sign up or get more information, please contact us on piksel13 [AT] or register directly at:


Benjamin Freeth, Annika Haas, Prof. John Bowers (Culture Lab, Newcastle University, UK). “Science and technology develop the unknown, not knowledge”. – Paul Virilio Psychoheliophysics is a neologic spasm on the precipice of conceptualisation… it is semi-hollow, a semi-empty container that is ready. It awaits received meaning. Solar escape routes precipitate the future through collective modes […]

Sound happens in the group!

Theremidi Orchestra 4-hour workshop of building DIY electronic instruments developed and used by Theremidi Orchestra. The workshop will be conducted in a free manner and all interactions should be part of the process. Throughout the workshop some contextual historic and technological information will be given in a non-linear fashion. TouchTone is a feedback amplifier system […]

Noise Make-up Language

Luka Frelih I propose to hold a workshop on using NML – creating scenes, livecoding and using the audience’s input. A few (3) hours long, it should end with a audiovisual jam where all the participants livecode or make noise together. It was used in a performance at Piksel 11 and also partly coded / […]

Limen – electromagnetic sniffing device

Mario de Vega, Victor Mazón Gardoqui About the workshop LIMEN is a workshop about traffic & wireless telecommunications. Participants will construct an analog and portable device able to amplify into audible ranges electromagnetic activity produced by Bluetooth data transfer, WLAN, mobile phones, GPS, wireless phones, microwaves and several other electronic devices. During the workshop topics […]

Haptic City Workshop

Artemis Papageorgiou, Afroditi Psarra We propose a Haptic City workshop for the city of Bergen. The aim of the workshop is to build a prototype of an embroidered responsive map of the city, together with a group of individuals interested in producing an artwork about their city. The participants will engage in the process of […]


Romain Papion (APO-33) APODIO is a 10 years old Gnu/Linux distribution, dedicated to multimedia tools for audio/visual creation, to run your own radio, TV, make your own film, animation, art installation, Live Coding and other A/V performance… . APODIO is a GNU/Linux platform containing audio, text-friendly, 3D, Streaming, graphic, Live Coding and video tools. It […]


Wolfgang Spahn The Paper-Duino-Pi is an Arduino shield for the Raspberry Pi. Due to the fact that it is designed as Paper-PCB it is easy to create and one doesn’t need a printed circuit board. All components are standard electronic parts that are easily available at your favorite electronic shop. Plus they are really cheap. […]

OSC controlled realtime visuals with the gameengine Panda3D

Malte Steiner Workshop about creating OSC controlled realtime visuals with the open source game engine Panda3D ( which I use for my Industrial / IDM project Notstandskomitee. Panda3D is programmed in Python and can import complex, bone controlled animations which can be made for instance with Blender. Triggerd via OSC messages it can be controlled […]

LornaLab Projection Workshop

Erik Parr This workshop focuses on creating real-time graphical projections from text using OpenFrameworks. The motivation behind the workshop is to create custom visual graphics from streaming text. OpenFrameworks is an open source C++ toolkit for creative coding.

<3-bit shirt

A workshop on wearable technology and sound experimentation. The aim of the workshop is to create a shirt capable of capturing and transmitting your heartbeat though the use of analog electronics. The aim of the workshop is to create a shirt capable of capturing and transmitting your heartbeat though the use of analog electronics. The workshop consists on building an amplifier circuit on fabric and incorporating a piezo element to capture the heartbeat and an embroidered speaker-coil and a magnet to be able to listen to it.

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