As we announced in this post, the Live Coding and the Body Symposium will be held in the Creativity Zone at the University of Sussex on the weekend of July 5th and 6th, 2014. The Creativity Zone is a flexible multimedia space and there will be an 8 channel surround sound setup for the event, which will include various performances.
On Saturday morning we continue on Sussex Campus (15-30 minutes out of Brighton on a bus – 9 minutes on a train) for a full day symposium that includes presentations, show cases, discussions and performances. The symposium ends on Sunday at noon with a lunch and lunch time performances and demos.
Information on how to get to Sussex/Brighton could hardly be better written than on this page here, although it specifies a different building (we will be in the Creativity Zone, not the Silverstone Building).
Brighton hotels get pretty full in the summer, so we are recommending that people book cheap accommodation on campus:
Bed and breakfast options also possible:
To register please use the Paypal button here below. The fee includes lunch on Saturday and Sunday + refreshments. Looking forward to see you in Brighton!
Live Coding Symposium Full Fee – £25.00
Concessionary Fee (students, low waged) – £15.00
Day 0 – algorave (from 7pm until late, Friday 4th July 2014)
Day 1 schedule (Saturday 5th July 2014)
The symposium proper begins, in the University of Sussex campus – see above for location details.
10.00 – Coffee and registration
10.30 – Introduction to the symposium
11.00 – Two-presenter panel session led by Sally Jane Norman
Presenter 1: Marije Baalman
Presenter 2: Renick Bell
12.30 – Lunch
13.30 – Two-presenter panel session led by David Berry
Presenter 1: Nick Rothwell
Presenter 2: Hester Reeve
15.00 – Live performances by Marije Baalman and David Ogborn
15.30 – Tea and biscuits
16.00 – Bitsize presentations (ca 10 minutes each)
Julio d’Escrivan (Soundpainting as live coding approach)
Charlie Roberts (Live Coding Interfaces for Mobile Devices)
Andrew Brown (gestural controllers and code description)
Cecile Chevalier (Perceptual simulations in painting with code)
Alex McLean (choreography and code; live coded puppetry)
17.00 – Closing discussion
19.00 – Dinner @ Hare and Hounds (Mexican street food and craft beer!)
Day 2 schedule (Sunday 6th July 2014)
10.00 – Coffee
10.30 – Paper session
David Ogborn (Embodimentin relation to audio technologies)
Aneurin Barker Snook (Live coding and deafness)
Andrew Duff (live coding modular synths)
12.00 – Discussion – book planning, collaboration, code sprint, paper sprint, workshops, etc.
12.30 – Lunch
13.30 – The End (involving a swim on the Brighton beach?)