NTNU ARTEC, the Art and Technology Task Force, is a transdisciplinary entity that supports research and artistic excellence through collaborations in the fields of art(s), humanities, and technology within the frame of the university and in collaboration with internal and external partners/stakeholders. NTNU ARTEC’s aim is to foster transdisciplinary dialogue and innovative research, including artistic research, to support and produce creative practices, and, engage in a critical reflection about the social and ethical dimensions of our technological global moment.
Artist in Residence
Dr. Alexandra Murray-Leslie is an academic pop-artist and co-founder of the art band Chicks on Speed. She’s currently visiting Trondheim as NTNU Artec's Artist in Residence program. More...
- Coordinates NTNU’s engagements with Adressaparken as a platform for art, research, exhibition, and civic engagement
- Coordinates an Artist in Residence program
- Coordinates NTNU participation in DARIAH-EU
- Collaborates with Kunsthall Trondheim, NxtMedia, and Technoport
NTNU ARTEC participates in and anticipates new collaborations in Horizon2020 projects.
News and announcements
Apply to the open call for STARTS artistic residencies
The call for Artists will open September 10.
The STARTS Residencies programme aims to support and fund artistic residencies that bring original artistic contributions to technology-based projects. During each STARTS Residency, a Tech Project collaborates with an Artist, leading to the creation of an original artwork, and the development of the innovative aspects of the tech research. A grant (up to 30 000€) is awarded to the Artist of each STARTS Residency as a contribution to their involvement in the residencies programme. A residency can also be supported by a Producer. Read more