In this online workshop, participants are challenged to develop a collaborative audiovisual code in a peer-to-peer environment, programmed in JavaScript. The goal is that each one develops its own set of programming functions that can interact with audiovisual material (sound and image).

This material will then result in an online jam session, created and presented by the artists.

This workshop is part of a research conducted by the artists, which reflects on how the limits of language are influenced through computing environments and society in general.

  • 20 Feb. 10:30-13:00 I 14:30-18:00

Workshop in English

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Authors: Joana Chicau and Renick Bell

Target: artists, programmers, teachers, and other professionals interested in the media arts.

Duration: 6h

Notes: This workshop will take place on the Zoom platform. Close to the date, an access link will be provided to participants.

It is important, but not mandatory, that the participants have basic knowledge of programming (HTML, CSS, JS), in order to better interact with the tools used. However, scripts and tutorials will be made available during the workshop. Access to a computer with a camera, microphone, speakers, and a stable internet connection is essential.

  • 20 Feb. 10:30-13:00 I 14:30-18:00

Workshop in English

Buy tickets

Buy BMA lab Pack

Authors: Joana Chicau and Renick Bell

Target: artists, programmers, teachers, and other professionals interested in the media arts.

Duration: 6h

Notes: This workshop will take place on the Zoom platform. Close to the date, an access link will be provided to participants.

It is important, but not mandatory, that the participants have basic knowledge of programming (HTML, CSS, JS), in order to better interact with the tools used. However, scripts and tutorials will be made available during the workshop. Access to a computer with a camera, microphone, speakers, and a stable internet connection is essential.

Joana Chicau

Joana Chicau is a graphic designer, coder, independent researcher — with a background in dance. In her practice she interweaves web programming languages and environments with choreography. She researches the intersection of the body with the constructed, designed, programmed environment, aiming at widening the ways in which digital sciences is presented and made accessible to the public. She has been actively participating and organizing events with performances involving multi-location collaborative coding, algorithmic improvisation, open discussions on gender equality and activism.  www.joanachicau.com 

 

Renick Bell

Renick Bell is an American musician, programmer, and teacher based in Tokyo, notable as a pioneer of live coded music performance including at algoraves, and for his algorithmic music releases.  Bell creates his music using his self-built live coding system Conductive.  http://www.renickbell.net/about/