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"Pointillism", live coding at #PdCon16~ // by @xuv (Julien Deswaef)

"Pointillism", live coding at #PdCon16~ // by @xuv (Julien Deswaef) | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

IOhannes M Zmölnig is an active member of the Pure Data development scene. So it’s of little surprise that he was attending the Pure Data Conference that just happened last week in NYC.

 

The conference brought a panel of enthusiasts from all over the world to discuss the development and future of the software. I was especially pleased to hear Mark Edward Grimm‘s experience teaching Pure Data as a multimedia creation tool to some college students here in the US. (See Mark Edward Grimm’s website for more info.)

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International Conference on #LiveCoding | Live #Code Research Network - 13-15th July 2015

International Conference on #LiveCoding | Live #Code Research Network - 13-15th July 2015 | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

With pleasure we announce the call for papers and performances for first International Conference on Live Coding, hosted by ICSRiM in the School of Music, University of Leeds, UK.


This conference follows a long line of international events on liveness in computer programming; the Changing Grammars live audio programming symposium in Hamburg 2004, the LOSS Livecode festival in Sheffield 2007, the annual Vivo festivals in Mexico City from 2012, the live.code.festival in Karlsruhe, the LIVE workshop at ICSE on live programming, and Dagstuhl Seminar 13382 on Collaboration and Learning through Live Coding in 2013, as well as numerous workshops, concerts, algoraves and conference special sessions. ...

 


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Xavier Leton's curator insight, November 18, 2014 10:42 AM

This conference follows a long line of international events on liveness in computer programming; the Changing Grammars live audio programming symposium in Hamburg 2004, the LOSS Livecode festival in Sheffield 2007, the annual Vivo festivals in Mexico City from 2012, the live.code.festival in Karlsruhe, the LIVE workshop at ICSE on live programming, and Dagstuhl Seminar 13382 on Collaboration and Learning through Live Coding in 2013, as well as numerous workshops, concerts, algoraves and conference special sessions. It also follows a series of Live Coding Research Network symposia on diverse topics, and the activities of the TOPLAP community since 2004. We hope that this conference will act as a confluence for all this work, helping establish live coding as an interdisciplinary field, exploring liveness in symbolic abstractions, and understanding the perceptual, creative, productive, philosophical and cultural consequences.