Agents of Distributed Performance
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For the second installment of Symbiosis, OKNO invites Dutch artists Jan-Kees van Kampen and Arjen Keesmaat for an electronic music performance.

Coupled to the event is a Performance Lab session in the form of a free three day workshop by GOTO10’s Jan-Kees van Kampen. In this workshop we will work on a collaborative playground for an audiovisual performance/installation. Focussing on using scsynth to generate sound, hold data and build a sequencer for networked play, we use the
supercollider language as an intermediate between the server and external clients.

SuperCollider is a programming language for sound and electronic music.
Excellently adapted to a contemporary environment of networks, free software and live coding, SuperCollider is an extraordinary tool in the technological artist’s arsenal. It sounds gorgeous too 😉

WORKSHOP: 29-30-31 May 10h – 17h
PRICE: FREE!
PERFORMANCE: 31 May 20h
LOCATION: OKNO Koolmijnenkaai 34 Quai aux Charbonnages – Brussels – Belgium
(public transport: metro Graaf van Vlaanderen/Comte de Flandre — Tram18)
BOOKING: send short bio to symbiosis-at-isjtar-dot-org
MORE: http://okno.be/?id=1238, http://isjtar.org

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