AlgoMech festival is a celebration of Algorithms and Mechanisms in the arts, taking place in Sheffield UK 9-12th November 2017.
Call for proposals – AlgoMech 2017 ‘Unmaking’, Sheffield, UK – deadline 13 April 2017
The festival will showcase Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement from the perspective of the arts and arts-science, through performances, talks, hands-on workshops, installations and a symposium.
Digital fiction and the hopes and fears for storytelling – Wakefield, UK, 23 November 2016
In this interactive talk, Dr Alice Bell and Dr Isabelle van der Bom from the Reading Digital Fiction project will explore the origins and future of digital fiction, including the hopes and fears that digital technology bring to the future of writing.
Wallpaper: hope, fear and digital fiction launch event – Wakefield, UK, 17 November 2016
See WALLPAPER by Dreaming Methods, an immersive digital fiction work exhibited as a large scale projection and virtual reality experience.
AlgoMech – first Festival of Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement, Sheffield, UK, 12-20 November 2016
AlgoMech – the first Festival of Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement is coming to Sheffield from 12-20th November 2016, with talks, hands-on workshops, concerts, and an algorave, all exploring algorithmic and mechanical movement.
Opening Up Digital Fiction Writing Competition – deadline 15 December 2016
The AHRC-funded Reading Digital Fiction project, in conjunction with Bangor University (Wales) and Sheffield Hallam University (England), is launching a new competition to discover the best “popular” digital fiction: digital fiction that appeals to mainstream audiences.
An evening of artists film at Access Space, Sheffield – 28 April 2006
An Evening of Artists Film and Video brought together by Rose Butler Thursday 28 April 2016 at Access Space 7.00pm – 9.00pm No door tax Followed by drinks at the Rutland The evening will present short videos from a range of artists and filmmakers Rose Butler, Katie Davies, Kyprianou and Hollington, Jane Lawson, OOCS, Bede Robinson and Sophie Robinson. The … Read More
Hacking the Body 2.0: Shutter Flutter / Feel Me – Sheffield, 18 February 2016, 7pm
An evening featuring two performances: Shutter Flutter and Feel Me, brought to Access Space by Hacking the Body 2.0. Two interactive dance pieces, exploring custom made wearable tech garments worn by performers.
Sonic Pattern and the Textility of Code – Sheffield, 17 June 2015
SONIC PATTERN and the Textility of Code Day symposium and night performances http://sonicpattern.com/sheffield2015/ Sheffield, Wednesday 17th June 2015 This event is the second edition of an ongoing series, exploring diverse viewpoints (weaving, knitting, live coding, mathematics, generative visuals/music, and digital making) on how sound, image and threads allow us to both sense the abstract and conceptualise the tactile. This second … Read More
Do It Anyway 2015 – digital art festival 15-17 May 2015, Sheffield
http://access-space.org/do-it-anyway-festival-2015-2/ Do It Anyway 2015 is Access Space’s first European digital arts festival, and the first Pixelache Network manifestation in the UK. 15/16/17 May 2015. Free performances and workshops from 19.00 on Friday 15 May by digital artists from Finland, Norway, Iceland, France and the UK. The final event will be an Algorave (just £5 entry) on Sunday 17th, 8pm-1.am. … Read More
Tidal workshop – Access Space, Sheffield, 17 March 2015, 18:30 – 21:30
Live coding with Tidal workshop 17 March at 18:30–21:30 Access Space, Unit 1, AVEC Building, 3-7 Sidney Street,Sheffield S14RG, UK Curious about creative use of algorithms, how simple patterns can be easily described as code, and then combined in strange ways into complex music? On the evening of the 17th March we’ll be hosting a hands-on workshop where you’ll start … Read More
First International Conference on Live Coding – Leeds, 13-15 July 2015
Home Three day conference, with peer reviewed talks and performances. Call for performances deadline: 16th February 2015 Call for papers deadline: 1st March 2015 Parallel call for special issue on live coding of the International Journal of Performance Art and Digital Media, abstract deadline 15th September 2015: http://www.livecodenetwork.org/iclc-and-jpadm/ Also, dance to algorithms at the following upcoming Northern algoraves: 20th Feb … Read More
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