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At this event, you'll have the opportunity to explore a live-coding environment called Supercollider. This language, though quite technical, enables performers to write software in real-time and to share what they're creating with audiences as it happens. You can find out more about Joanne's work here: https://joannnne.github.io/, or you may prefer to attend her concert as part of the Algobabez at ECA's West Court the evening after her workshop where she will work closely with her band partner Shelly Knots. That concert starts at 8pm.
The moment you leave your home, you enter into a dialogue with the urban fabric. Have you ever asked yourself, how much your moods are influenced by the city?
In this session, we want to change our relationship with the city, in a way that it turns into the narrative of happiness in our everyday lives.
Does that sound good to you?! Then come along for deep discussions, interactive debate and hands-on activities! Don’t forget to tell your friends and share this page!
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Shelly is hosting a workshop on live-coding visuals using Hydra - https://hydra-editor-v1.glitch.me/ -
Inspired by analog modular synthesizers, these tools are an exploration into using streaming over the web for routing video sources and outputs in realtime.
How do we make our home in an ever-changing world, teeming with living and non-living things? Join us in a hands-on exploration of thousands-of-years-old archaeological sediments that embody histories of long-inhabited landscapes, and of the unseen, often forgotten microorganisms that mediate landscape processes and keep our ecosystem healthy and happy. Led by geologist Dr Nikos Kourampas (Centre for Open Learning, University of Edinburgh) and ASCUS Lab technician and soil microbiologist, Jiri Jirout.