Livecoding - page 2
The nature of livecoding is that it is performed (improvised) in-the-moment; the gig (performance) is the output (that’s why it’s called livecoding), and any artefact (e.g. a video recording) is useful documentation, but only a trace of the work itself.
Still, documentation is an important part of one’s artistic practice, so here’s a bunch of photos and videos from my gigs. Some of them are nice & slick-looking, some of them are super-grungy videos shot on smartphones in the crowd. Although I’m working hard to track down any old videos, some of these gigs are lost to time. I like to assume that they were the best ones 😉
15 Mar '14
15 Mar '14
As per the Art, Not Apart website
02 Nov '13
In 2013 I was invited to perform a dawn livecoding/projection mapping set inside the burnt-out telescope dome at Mt Stromlo Observatory, which was destroyed during the 2009 Canberra Bushfires.
25 Oct '13
15 Jun '13
24 Sep '09
03 Jul '09
15 Oct '08
My first proper curated livecoding gig, way back in 2008. No photos or videos survive, but I can vaguely remember it. I was super-nervous.