Description: An open forum for sharing creative coding and practice
Start Time: 19:00
End Time: 22:00
- ‘In-the-flesh’ presentation by Manchester based performer and composer of electronic and electroacoustic music Mark Pilkington. A way of audio/visual thinking – looking at the relationship between visual and audio composition languages using computer coding with particular reference to Processing and Max/MSP;
- Informal ‘show-and-tell’ and ‘open-laptop’ sessions (go on… bring some of your own work along).
InProcess:ing focuses on the Processing language, environment and community (though not exclusively) as a vehicle to support and encourage creative collaboration and meaningful exchange between a diverse group of practitioners, creatives and hobbyists. It aims to create a playful, experimental space and a supportive framework in which people can share their work, realise new technological ideas, be inspired, challenged and stretched.
Join us at the next session to see Processing in action, meet other interested and like-minded people and find out more about the project and how to get involved;
For full biogs, photos and links… http://bit.ly/aHr0JM