Curated by Montreal-based artist Kofi Oduro (illestpreacha), Hybrid Live Coding Interfaces 2021: Beyond the Screen invites practitioners of live coding and those that are adjacent to submit proposals for lightning talks, mini-performances, speculations/ponderings and/or art works.
Live coding isn’t just about what is written on the screen but also the state of mind, the expression that is being executed by the performer in relation to or in accordance with the state of the intended audience.
In this call, we are interested in proposals that explore live coding beyond the screen. Examples range from but are not limited to:
Exploring the Senses
Exploring the World
Remixing vs From Scratch
Curious about what kinds of projects were discussed at the previous workshop? Visit the HLCI 2020 proceedings here.
See also, the Facebook event page.
No registration is required. Watch live or on replay using the embedded youtube streams below. To ask questions and respond with thoughts please open the links in youtube and use the live chat or comment feature there.
Monday 22, 15:00-16:30 UTC - Chair Alex McLean
Exploring the World with all its Might
How does Livecoding add to this sight
Does code look at world so bright?
Or fractions of a world at night?
Livecoding doesn’t have to be view through the lenses of a computer screen
For the world lives beyond the area of where are desks reside
This session will not only explore the world but the views that come along with said exploration
Maxwell Neely-Cohen - http://www.maxy.world/
Kate Sicchio - http://sicchio.com
Hernani Villaseñor - www.hernanivillasenor.com
Connor Cook - https://www.instagram.com/e__type/
Monday 22, 18:00-19:30 UTC - Chair Kofi Oduro
Livecoding usually has the code shown
But what occurs before, during and after the code loads
What chronicles can be documented?
What relics/events from the past can be reflected upon?
How does self expression intertwine with the lines
That are written with the screen?
When does it stop being a solo endeavor
And become a team activity?
Francesco Ardan Dal Rì - https://twitter.com/noiseardan
Thorsten Sideb0ard - http://theb0ardside.com/
Kate Sicchio, Sarah Groff Hennigh-Palermo, Melody Loveless - https://codie.live/
Dominic Loretti - https://www.instagram.com/dominicloretti/
Mamady Diarra - https://afalfl.carrd.co/
Tuesday 23, 07:00 UTC - (90mins) - Chair Jack Armitage
If code can be speculative, what would it do?
Bring communities together?
Or reframe current thoughts?
Imagination isn’t just about what we see in our dreams
But the thought process of what we may want to see
See in our communities
See in ideologies
Or reframing the world around us
Matilda Sutherland - http://matildasutherland.com / https://girlonroad.tech/
Serkan Sevilgen - https://serkansevilgen.com/
Andrew Brown - andrewrbrown.net.au
Xyzzy - https://xyzzyapps.link/
Fabio Morreale - https://fabio.kiwi
Kavita Gonsalves - www.kavitagonsalves.com
Tuesday 23, 15:00-16:30 UTC - Chair Shelly Knotts
Playing isn’t just for kids
Do we even stop playing?
How does play look when we apply to code
How does one play, when the tools are mundane?
Or rather not meant for this usage?
In this session , play will not be in the background
But the force that pushes the intent of creation
Raphaël Bastide - https://raphaelbastide.com/
Roger Pibernat & Glen Fraser - http://wucollective.com/
Victor Shepardson - victor-shepardson.github.io
mpaqtrrrxnxs - https://www.facebook.com/mpaqtrrrrxnxs
Kofi Oduro (illestpreacha, artist, Montreal, Canada).
Shelly Knotts (independent researcher, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK).
Jack Armitage (Intelligent Instruments Lab, Iceland University of the Arts, Reykjavík, Iceland).
Alex McLean (PENELOPE Munich, Then Try This, Cornwall).
The call for submissions is now closed.
Format: Research workshop with short ‘lightning’ presentations followed by moderated discussion.
Venue: Online via live YouTube live streaming and forum.
Times: 2-4 hour sessions, spread over two days (see above schedule)
Participation fee: Free to attend for all participants and presenters. Unfortunately we are not able to offer a fee for participation.
Outcome: Exchange and generation of ideas, new contacts and potential new collaborations.
September 27: Call open for submissions.
October 18: Submission deadline.
October 25: Notification of acceptance.
November 22/23: Online workshops