This evening is going to be different from previous SCS meetings. As part of the Transmediale Vorspiel, we will have several performances involving sound and code, followed by short presentations by the performers describing their approach. As usual, it's free to attend.
Performances + Presentations
+ Alexandra Cárdenas - Live coding with Supercollider
+ Fredrik Olofsson - Live coding with Supercollider
+ Hlöðver Sigurðsson - Live coding with Panaeolus
+ Jakob Penca - Drum machine live coding
+ Nenad Popov - Audiovisual improvisation (max/msp)
+ Spatial sound multi-laptop performance
+ Group live coding with Supercollider
The Sonic Code Sessions are open conversations between sound artists, coders, musicians, learners and anyone interested in generative music and the use of computing skills for sonic expression. There is time for people to present something if they want to, followed by informal discussions.
Whether you consider yourself to be a beginner or an expert, a theorist or a practicing sound artist/technologist, we invite you to join us every other Tuesday at Spektrum (http://spektrumberlin.de/communities/sonic-code-sessions/about.html), ask questions if you want, contribute with your comments and maybe show a project you're working on.
Shout random words at us on Twitter: @scsBLN (https://twitter.com/scsBLN)
... or read our hackpad to see what we usually talk about: https://tinyurl.com/scsbln
A NOTE ON DIVERSITY
The SCS team is committed to embracing diversity. We want everyone to feel welcome and supported. This is why we are specifically reaching out to women artists, designers, theorists, students and learners. We want you to know that this community belongs to YOU. We wish for a diversity of opinions to be represented and we will go out of our way to make the largest possible range of voices heard. This invitation extends, of course, to everyone who feels underrepresented at art & tech events.
SAFE SPACE POLICY
Our events are free and open to everyone, regardless of their gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, social situation and religion (or lack thereof). We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free creative space where everyone feels comfortable expressing themselves. We expect you to respect and contribute to this environment.
We support the Berlin Code of Conduct:
Please make sure you agree with its content.
Spektrum is located on the ground floor. We will happily provide assistance to those who need it. Please let us know how we can make the space more accessible and your visit more comfortable!
DO I NEED TO SPEAK GERMAN?
We speak mostly English so international guests are more than welcome! We also speak German, Spanish and Finnish.
WHERE IS IT?
Near U8 Schönleinstr.
Thanks to the Creative Code Berlin (https://twitter.com/CreativeCodeBLN) community for bringing creative people together since 2012. This event description is based on theirs.
Thanks also to the original SuperCollider meetups which inspired this event.