Alan Warburton (UK) | Z |

Alan Warburton is a freelance director, animator and designer specializing in 3D and 2D animation. He is interested in artistic approaches to technologies such as ‘luminance depth’ and experimenting with CG image making.

Albert Merino (SP) |Les Baigneurs | La ciudad y el otro |

Albert Merino (born 1979) is a graduate in Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona and Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee. Using a personal and intimate language, verging irony and absurdity, his work covers experimental films, video performance, or fake documentaries. They have been shown worldwide and have received several awards.

Alice Arnold (US) | Shifting Views |

Alice Arnold is a non-fiction filmmaker, designer and an educator. Her films and photography revolve around visual perception and explore the urban environment, and it’s visual culture. Her work has been screened at the Museum of Modern Art, among other international festivals and venues. 

Aline Helmcke (DE) | Destrukt |

Aline Helmcke is a Berlin based artist with a focus on drawn animation and illustrations. Her work has been shown widely at festivals such as Transmediale Berlin, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin and in art and gallery spaces like the Parasol Unit Foundation London. Aline is currently working as academic assistant at the Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany.

Anders Elsrud Hultgreen (NO) | Evighetens Avkom (The Perpetual Progeny) |

Anders Elsrud Hultgreen is a filmmaker born in 1986. He grew up near a river in the woods of Ringerike. He has studied Film and Art at Bergen Academy of Art & Design, The Rogue Film School, Emily Carr University of Art & Design and Nordland Vocational College of Art & Film.

Bjørn Magnhildøen (NO) | Crossover |

Magnhildøen defines himself as net artist, having used network cultures as medium for artistic
purposes from the 80’s (cassette, fanzine, mail art), and internet since the mid-90’s. His
focus, in own words, is on the formless, marginal, abject; the procedural, unstable,
paradoxical; representation vs. non-representation. In the recent years he has worked much
with generative writing and drawing, and net-based performative art.

Chris Brandl (DE) | No Toi | Money4Nothing |

Chris Brandl: Mobtik is a Berlin based creative collective. Mobtik has produced projects from media art to traditional fictional stories in pictures and sound since 1999, participating worldwide in numerous exhibitions, screenings and events.

Dario Bardic (NL) | Lunchtime | Time Travel | Inside |

Dario Bardic born in Zagreb, Croatia, works as a video & multimedia artist in Amsterdam. His art explores various disciplines and expresses “the desire for the subconscious and the search for the mystical in contemporary life”. He won three Tommie Awards for his one-minute videos. 

Jaykoe (UK) | City Distortions |

Jaykoe’s art practice involves a range of processes in order to sample and form interventions. The work stems from a fascination with the urban centres we construct, the forms they take and what they reveal about us, at a time when the demands on resources are increasing and more than half of the world’s population live in cities.

Jonathan Monaghan (US) | Alibi |

American artist Jonathan Monaghan (b. New York, 1986) is an interdisciplinary artist working with high-end technology used by Hollywood, advertising and video games to examine popular culture and western history. His work has been presented in museums exhibitions and screenings worldwide. 

Michael Szpakowski (UK) | Stavanger Street View |

Michael Szpakowski is an artist, composer & writer. He has exhibited work in galleries in the UK, mainland Europe and the USA and his short films have been shown throughout the world. He is a joint editor of the online video resource DVblog. 

Ida Warholm Bjørken (NO) | Passing By |

Ida Warholm Bjørken works with drawing, photography, text, and video. She currently lives in Oslo and studies Graphics at Oslo International Academy of the arts.

Jessica Koppe (DE) | and even If |

Jessica Koppe is a German-based artist who explores storytelling in animation and art. She mainly creates animations, drawings and installations while trying to find intuitive and emotional images for the often-inexpressible things in life. 

Jonas Brinker (DE) | Thames |

Jonas Brinker is young visual artist with a great interests in cultural science and philosophy. He graduated from the Hochschule für Gestaldung btk, studies at the Slade School of Fine Art, London and is recently studying at Städelschule Frankfurt. 

Michael Pinsky (UK) | Endless High Street 1: Pret-a-Manger |

Michael Pinsky is a British artist whose international projects have created innovative and challenging works in galleries and public spaces. He has undertaken many residencies that explore issues, which shape and influence the use of our public realm. 

Michelle Teran (CA) | 17 Cities |

Michelle Teran works between Bergen and Berlin. Her practice explores media, performance and the urban environment and critically engages connectivity and perception in the city. Her performances and installations repurpose the language of surveillance, cartography and social networks to construct unique scenarios that call conventional power and social relations into question.

Mike Faulkner (UK) | Secured by Design |

D-Fuse is a London-based artist collective who work across a range of media. Founded in the mid-1990s by Michael Faulkner, D-Fuse’s output encompasses installations, film, experimental documentary, photography, live cinema performances and architectural projects. 

Nuno Rodrigues de Sousa (PT) | Intermediate Space |

Nuno Rodrigues de Sousa, born in 1977 lives and work in Lisbon. He has a background in painting and plastic arts and a Masters degree in communication sciences and Arts. His works connect different type of media and often deal with landscape urbanism, architecture and pictorial representation. 

Richard Vjigen (NL) | Seasonal and Longterm Groundwater Levels |

Richard Vijgen is an information designer and artist living in the Netherlands. His Studio for Object Oriented Information design & Research initiates projects that visually explore contemporary data cultures.

Silvia Ospina (CO) | Animals- ein Tanzduett |

Silvia Ospina is Dancer, Choreographer and Visual Artist. Born in Bucaramanga, Colombia. She creates different research projects about dance in public spaces developing some performances for the street, museums and cafes, at the same time that she directed various experimental short videos. 

Zanny Begg (AU) | This is not a Citizen |

Zanny Begg works in an inter-disciplinary manner as an artist, writer and curator. Her work uses humour, understated drawings and found cultural artefacts to explore ways in which we can live and be in the world differently. She is currently the director of Tin Sheds Gallery. 

Pedersgata street and Nytorget is an important focus of the urban development being a ”bridge” between Stavanger City Center and the growing east side. It is still consisting of several empty spaces facing future transformations. The Screen Passage project aims to explore the area, presenting video art in shop windows along this route. Through several screenings and installations, following different themes, we hope to highlight a sensitive approach of revitalizing this area.