Joshue Ott/superDraw +Ezekiel Honig live at monkeytown from superdraw on Vimeo.
I’m very excited about the music lineup we have planned for this Friday in New York at the CDM-curated evening of live audio and visuals – but the visual lineup should be a big draw, too. If you’re in New York, come say hi (and if not, hope to have more details on these projects for the rest of the planet soon):
- Joshue Ott creates live visuals with his homemade superDraw generative illustration tool
- Paris (Voltage Controlled) and Don Miller (No Carrier) create glitchy, lo-fi visuals from custom-created 8-bit visual software on Nintendo and Commodore systems
- vade and Mary Ann Benedetto will visualize and reinterpret geeky things (possibly the Linux kernel, data packets, or both) using custom code and Quartz Composer stuff — we should even see a free release of some of those tools in time for the gig, so stay tuned to CDM
- Bill Jones creates live cinematic worlds inspired by sci-fi noir
Where: The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City (map); head to the main door, on your left is the entrance to Penn Pavilion and you should see a table there.
When: Friday, July 18 2008 – performances run 11pm – 2am
Cost: US$10 at the door. First come, first served. (free if you have a conference badge)
We Are Hacks: Music and Visual Performance at HOPE, NYC – Preview
Facebook event page (RSVP if you’re coming! Also on Going.com)
Above: one of my favorite videos from superDraw (Processing-based) by Joshue Ott above, though it’s even better to see it in person with the live drawing capabilities. Below: all-custom 8-bit-style software generates visuals, via Paris.
Function Field System – PureData/GEM from Paris/VoltageControlled on Vimeo.