Next weekend, I’ve been invited to present at a panel session at the Live Coding and the Body symposium at the University of Sussex. The event kicks off on the 4th with an Algorave. Alternatively, if you find yourself somewhat further north on the 4th, Tara Baker is performing Hacking Choreography 2.0 at Unusual Connections, Yorkshire Dance. (For a taste, see the Live Coding poster above, featuring a still from our recent development residency.)
Gig announcement: Anarchy in the Organism, and Plenum (Simeon Nelson with Rob Godman and Nick Rothwell), at the Frome Festival, July 11th. This is the first time we’ve attempted a custom three-screen display for both pieces (the only non-projection version of Anarchy was the original installation at the Wellcome Trust, while Plenum has, so far, always been projected). We’re delighted to welcome back Kate Romano on clarinet.
We’re happy to announce the commission of Chisato Minamimura‘s project Ring the Changes+, produced by body>data>space, which will be showing at the Unlimited Festival at the Southbank on September 5th. We worked on sound processing, algorithmic visual design and projection for an earlier residency at Watermans last year, and will start work on this phase soon.
Tickets are available here.
We’re gigging this coming Tuesday for Tuesdays Post at Strongroom, Shoreditch. The live set will be equipped with the usual refinements: controllers (predominantly monomes), frameworks (Max/Max for Live), code (Python, Clojure), rocket launcher, ejector seat.