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Adela: Algorave 2024 (en)


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DATE: 1 June 2024 | 20:00–00:00
LOCATION: Kino Šiška, Ljubljana
PASSWORD: Free entry.

ADELA invites you once again to the world of creative coding and programming of dance steps.

Expect a varied evening of experimental club electronica, created live by an international cast of world-class live sound and image coders. The Algorave phenomenon is spreading around the world at the speed of light, so don't hesitate to join the global algorithmic movement!


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Colombian artist Alexandra Cárdenas seamlessly merges composition, programming, and improvisation in her live coding practice to create captivating experimental electronic music. With a diverse portfolio spanning Opera, chamber music, theatre, immersive installations, and generative visuals, she explores the capabilities of computer code, XR, and AI for artistic expression.


beepblip (SI) (Ida Hiršenfelder) is a sound artist and archivist. She makes immersive bleepy psychogeographical soundscapes with analogue electronics, DIY and modular synths, field recordings and computer manipulations. Former member of the Theremidi Orchestra is currently exploring bioacoustics and sound ecologies as part of the Jata C group as well as modular synthesis in the Clockwork Voltage community. Her solo albums Noise for Strings, Vol. 1 and Noise for Strings, Vol. 2 were published by the Kamizdat label.


Bjarni Gunnarsson (IS/NL) is an Icelandic Composer and Computer Scientist involved in computer music and algorithmic composition. His recent research focus includes the construction of persistent synthetic environments, creative uses of digital interrupts, and machine-listening observers that react to computer-generated sound. Bjarni has presented his research at conferences and performed in festivals such as Tectonics, Rewire, Today's Art, Sonar, Présences électronique.

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For more than four decades, Axel Ganz has immersed himself in diverse musical projects, crafting music for film and theater. Since 2009, he's delved into algorithmic music production under the alias Pondskater (DE). In 2018, he co-founded "Toplap Düsseldorf," initially a local livecoding network that connects artists and orchestrates concerts and workshops.


Sabrina Verhage (NL) is an interactive media designer and creative technologist highly fascinated by the influence of modern technology on human behavior. Ever since she got introduced to the electrifying world of live coding she's been excited to help spread the love by live coding herself and hosting Live Coding Sessions in Amsterdam.

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The prolific Saskia Freeke's (NL) generative, computational art stands out by its distinctive playful characteristics. By creating her own rules and playfully adapting these as she goes, Saskia applies a notable evolving narrative to her work. The act of live coding provides a complementary context to her discourse - for it is the realtime exercise amongst and in conjunction with creative peers that make her contemporary artistic principles come into full play.


Sol Sarratea (AR/DE) is a programmer, artist, enthusiast of theory and formal methods in math and computer science. She uses code as a main language for creating visual narratives. By writing programs that run on the GPU, and writing systems for these programs to run in, creates “code-traits”: portraits of code. She is constantly looking for the expression in the medium, and generating new mediums to express herself.

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Timo Hoogland (NL) is a digital artist, live coder, music technologist and educator from the Netherlands. He live-codes electronic music and develops algorithmic audiovisual compositions and installations. Timo graduated from the Masters of Music at the HKU University of the Arts Utrecht in 2019, where he developed the livecoding tool Mercury. He organizes meetups, workshops and algoraves as part of Netherlands Coding Live. He teaches creative coding and sound design at the HKU faculty of Music Technology.


Production: Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory (2024)
Supported bythe Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the Municipality of Ljubljana. Adela Focus Country: The Netherlands is co-financed by the Creative Industries Fund NL.
Coproduction: Creative Coding Utrecht, Kino Šiška