Društvo LJUDMILA, Slovenska 54
OSMO nadstropje, Avtotehna

pošta: Rozmanova 12
SI-1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
e: info@ljudmila.org
t: +386 1 426 9530
f: +386 1 426 9531

pon,tor,čet,pet 9h-14h
vstop prost

Live coded influences: workshop

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foto: Özcan Ertek

DATE: Friday, 14 May 2021 | 3pm-6pm
LOCATION: osmo/za (8th floor), Slovenska 54, Ljubljana
APPLICATION: delavnica@ljudmila.org, until 13 May

About the workshop

As a result of the residency, Gola will create an interactive, site-specific audiovisual installation Co-op{Codes} inspired by the aesthetics of live coding events. Visitors can influence its output by live coding directly from their mobile devices or from devices available as part of the work. The language used for this interaction is built together with the installation, as a domain-specific language (DSL). During the residency period, there will be a workshop describing how this interaction works and presenting how to use this DSL to live code the installation.

Application

The workshop will be held online and in English. The number of participants is limited, so please apply at delavnica@ljudmila.org before 13 May. Participants are asked to bring their own laptops running the OS of their choice.

About the mentor

Bruno Gola is a sound artist and hacker from São Paulo, Brazil. He currently lives in Berlin where he studied Art and Media at the Universität der Künste Berlin, in the classes of Alberto de Campo and Joachim Sauter. He builds sound installations and performs live in different formats such as Live Coding, audiovisual generative pieces and live electronics, usually building his own hardware and software for each occasion. Gola is a big believer in free software, he contributes to different projects such as the SuperCollider language and publishes most of the software he writes so that other artists can create with them as well.

Production: Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory

The residency is made possible with support from the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the Municipality of Ljubljana – Department for Culture. The residency is a part of the on-the-fly project that is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

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