Organisers and supporters
Festival director: Juha Huuskonen
Pixelache technical director + Video in Theatre seminar: Ville Hyvönen
Locative media workshop: Andrew Paterson, Meiju Niskala
Pixelache VJ Battle program: Petri Ruikka, Sami Sorvali
1+1 = 3? workshop: Jenni Valorinta, Riku Saastamoinen
Production assistance: Nathalie Aubret, Glenn Grip, Mikko Laajola, Nils Krogell, Piritta Puhto
Pixelache website & communication infra: Petri Lievonen
Pixelache poster + flyer graphic design (featuring the Elk!): Wojtek Mejor
Video documentation / publication graphic design: Christina Kral
Assistance with graphic design and club music program: Juuso Koponen
Grenze project translations & production assistance: Aura Seikkula
Festival photographer: Antti Ahonen
Piknik Frequency board members: Petri Lievonen (chairman), Ville Hyvönen (vice chairman), Mikko Laajola, Teemu Kivikangas, Petri Ruikka, Jenni Valorinta
Pixelache Helsinki is organised by non-profit organisation Piknik Frequency in collaboration with Kiasma Theatre.
The mobile arts & experiments seminar and Pixelache 2006 Festival have been made possible with the support of Nokia Connect to Art and Sulake.
Pixelache Helsinki supporters are Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Arts Council of Finland, AVEK, City of Helsinki Cultural Office, British Council, French Cultural Institute, Goethe-Institut, NIFCA, Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art, Artists' Association MUU, University of Huddersfield and Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia, Department of Performing Arts .
Additional venues/collaborators for Pixelache 2006 Helsinki are UMO Jazz House, Koko-teatteri, Helsinki Railway Station and MUU gallery / Artists' Association MUU.
Pixelache 2006 mini-residency (for Grenze project) has been realised in collaboration with NIFCA, Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art.
The performance of Robin Rimbaud / Scanner and the Locative media workshop are supported by British Council.
1+1=3? workshop is a collaboration between Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia, Department of Performing Artsand Pixelache 2006 festival.
Open products/hardware seminar is supported by University of Huddersfield.
Also thanks to: Provisual and Masters of Arts 2006.
Mal au Pixel in Paris is organised by Ars Longa, Confluences and Mains d'Œuvres, with additional events organised by l'Institut Finlandais and Project IOI.