In light of current worldwide developments, we've gone ahead and commenced a totally new segment we call our "10 Minute Livecoding Challenge"! During this weekly (every Tuesday at 20:00 CEST) bit, artists from the Netherlands Coding Live and Creative Coding Utrecht community presented 10-minute live coding performances.
We've challenged coders all over the country to create something from scratch in 10 minutes. During their live performance, the artists are expose the tools and practices they're using for coding music and/or visuals. In addition to their live performance, we are interviewing all artist in-depth, discussing their practice, tools, work in the community and coping with the radical and drastic changes in their practice due to the COVID-19 crisis. You can find an overview of all "Behind The Screens" interviews here.
21 July 2020 An interview with creative coder and co-founder of Creative Coding Utrecht Carolien Teunisse.
14 July 2020 An interview with Sabrina Verhage, a live coder and co-founder of Creative Coding Amsterdam.
7 July 2020 An interview with creative coder and composer Rafaele Andrade.
30 June 2020 An interview with livecoder and performer Marije Baalman.
23 June 2020 An interview with coder and electronical musician Roald van Dillewijn.
16 June 2020 An interview with Saskia Freeke (Sasj).
9 June 2020 An interview with livecoder Giovanni Muzio (Kesson).
3 June 2020 An interview with Joana Chicau, graphic designer, dancer and livecoder.
26 May 2020 An interview with livecoder and data scientist Jo Kroese (Jobi).
CCU is a community founded in 2017 by Carolien Teunisse and Fabian van Sluijs with the goal to stimulate digital creativity and creative coding in Utrecht and beyond.
Through a variety of activities such as workshops, meetups, performances and exhibitions we bring together the community of makers (artists, designers, researchers, developers, performers, musicians) to share knowledge and collaboratively explore the artistic potential of self-made soft- and hardware for creating expressions.
In framing our activities we employ a postdigital perspective in which we make no distinction between 'old' and 'new' media and reflect on 'digital' creativity as part of a long tradition around arts and crafts. In this context Creative Coding Culture is interesting as it's thoroughly hybrid and composed of practices so diverse that its meaning is in flux. As such we research and reflect on what creative coding is and can be, in order to look for new and anti-disciplinary methodologies that can help shape our contemporary society in a fair and positive way.
ARS Electronica, the world's leading stage for art, technology and society, is arriving in Utrecht with ARS Electronica Festival 2020; In Kepler's Gardens! For the Gardens Utrecht partition in this worldwide event Creative Coding Utrecht has teamed up with HKU, SETUP, Uncloud and Kapitaal Utrecht to bring a programme featuring three days of art, technology and social activies… At the exhibition at Kapitaal Utrecht, our participants of ART MACHINES ReCoding: Driessens & Verstappen will have a spot to present their prototypes. Besides this presentation, the opening of ARS Electronica Garden Utrecht on Thursday will include many great livecoding performances by, for instance, Timo Hoogland, Rafaele Andrade, Lars Bijleveld & Wes Broersen, among others…
Anne-Linde Munsterman - communications & PR
Carolien Teunisse - co-founder & education
Fabian van Sluijs - co-founder & artistic director
Myrthe van der Boom - business & operations manager
Sietse van der Meer - communications & web
Sjuul Stax - production
Axelle van Wynsberghe - nomadic researcher
Benjamin Hull - photography
Benjamin van Vliet - editor
Bram Snijders - technical producer
Costanza Tagliaferri - intern
Iris Jansen - producer
Mariska Berrevoets - pr & marketing
Mavi Irmak Karadermirler - intern
Saskia Freeke - programme & education
Tanja Busking - videography Tanja van Zoest - creative producer Vincent Schrijnemakers - photography
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