Creative Coding for Live Visuals

Irina Spicaka (LV) has curated the workshop series Creative Coding for Live Visuals, organized in collaboration with transdisciplinary platform Pixelache. The creative coding philosophy is also about how to make programming and computer technology more accessible to artists and designers. Live visuals is an interpretation of audiovisual performance, which usually involves artists who play their visual material in real-time. In the context of Creative Coding for Live Visuals means that you have to be engaged to the environment that allows you to manipulate with your created applications in real-time. A good connection with sound artist is usually strongly involved. Welcome to the workshop series presentation at Aalto Fablab on Wednesday at 3pm.

Irina Spicaka (LV) has studied BA Visual Communication at Art Academy of Latvia and experimentalvideo and mixed media at Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera. She is working on herMA thesis that is related to electronic audiovisual performance. She is interested inthe deconstruction of the classical rectangular screen by using projectionmapping as her form of expression. Irina is also using mathematical logic andgeometry as a visual and sound creation language. She participates in contemporary art exhibitions, collaborates with sound artists, creative coders and works in graphic design 


AVVX – Visual Music with Vector Graphics
 by Nuno Correia
WED & THU 10.-11.4.2013
Venue: Aalto FabLab, Hämeentie 135 A

Generative Graphics using Cinder and Syphon
 by Krisjanis Rijnieks (LV)
THU & FRI 11.-12.4.2013
Venue: Node Gallery, Hämeentie 135 C (Arabia Campus)

Visual Programming using Quartz Composer, Syphon
 by Matti Niinimäki
FRI & SAT 12.-13.4.2013
Venue: Aalto FabLab, Hämeentie 135 A


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