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As I mentioned in my presentation at International Live Coding Conference (ICLC 2015), the proposal of an approach to the collective activity of live coding as an artistic configuration constituted in a creative practice from improvisation, openness and constant exploration, … Continue reading
“Lurk … elegantly draws attention to this world of burgeoning activity in enchanting language; humanising the creative use of machine instructions, reminding us that with software code, as with any other human tool, it’s what you do with it that … Continue reading
How can an artist make you feel part of their artwork? Anybody can feel part of an artwork from the singular moment of contemplation, feeling our selves immersed in what it proposes and resignifying it from our own subjectivities. This … Continue reading
Studing the relation between digital and analogue ways of experience I went for with my first algorave. As the site algorave indicates: “Algorave is made from “sounds wholly or predominantly characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive conditionals“. … Continue reading
Last week I attended the lecture of Professor Patricia Pisters, University of Amsterdam, Powers of Affect: The Neuro-Image in Digital Screen Culture, at the University of Leeds. I was interested on the entailment between two things that, at first, seems … Continue reading
I attended the Audio:Visual:Motion third event. A day of presentations, discussions, demonstrations, screenings and performance, at Manchester Metropolitan University. The event is aimed at musicians, designers, performers and other artistic practitioners who realise creative ideas by the use of computers, … Continue reading