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<nettime-ann> LOSS Livecode festival, Sheffield UK, 20-22nd July 2007
alex on Mon, 16 Jul 2007 22:30:38 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime-ann> LOSS Livecode festival, Sheffield UK, 20-22nd July 2007


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LOSS Livecode - Festival of Audio Visual Livecoding

20-22 July 2007, Sheffield UK 

http://livecode.access-space.org

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A small festival bringing together cutting edge livecoding musicians
and a/v artists from around the UK and beyond. Livecoding is where
computer programming becomes a performance art; improvising a
performance using the text of a dynamic programming language.

Access Space has commissioned new works specifically for LOSS Livecode
and the 2 days will feature performances, workshops, talks and
informal presentations.  The daytime sessions will include
introductory workshops and presentations on cutting edge music and
video livecoding environments including Fluxus, IXI Quarks,
SuperCollider, Impromptu and ChucK.  The evening sessions will feature
performances by livecoding pioneers as well as collaborative jamming
sessions.

Performers and presenters include; Robert Atwood, Jan Berkel, Oliver
Bown, Alberto de Campo, Graham Coleman, Nick Collins, Jamie Forth,
Karsten Gebbert, Dave Griffiths, Tom Hall, Martin Howse, Ryan Jordan,
Jan-Kees van Kampen, Jonathan Kemp, Craig Latta, Thor Magnusson, Mattin,
Alex McLean, Fabrice Mogini, Click Nilson, Fredrik Olofsson, Julian
Rohrhuber, Andrew Sorensen, Adrian Ward, Luke Whitmore, Renate Wieser,
Matthew Yee-King.

More details of the events can be found at:
  http://livecode.access-space.org

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Access Space is the UK's first "Free Media Lab" - a community space
equipped with locally recycled computers running free, open source
software. We provide a framework, resources and support for
self-directed learning, arts and creativity. Taking part is totally
free, and anyone can walk in and contribute. http://access-space.org

LOSS Livecode is organised by Access Space, TOPLAP and Lurk.  
Funded by Arts Council England, Yorkshire, The PRS Foundation and
Access Space.

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