Creative Code Stammtisch

A monthly open conversation between artists, makers, designers, coders, performers, learners and anyone interested in the use of computing skills for artistic expression.

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Friday, November 7th 2014, Stammtisch #14

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IT Exhibition (5th of December)
“IT is a collaborative group show organized by the School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe and OpenTechSchool communities. The objective of the event is to showcase works by community members that are both playful and experimental in the context of interactive art and technology. Participants will be working with the theme of ‘IT’ – ‘Hear IT’, ‘Play IT’, ‘Wear IT’ are examples of the many whimsical interpretations which may manifest and unfold over the course of the event.”

Send your proposals by Tuesday November 11th to Rachel Uwa


CJam (in development)
CJam is a Java/Processing framework for collaborative creative coding. It consists of a server and a number of clients. The clients create processing sketeches and send them to the server. The server runs all the sketches on one big sketch, where every client sketch becomes one layer of the whole


Raphaël (animgif art)

Video of an art installation found next to Charité, with author unknown until tonight. Thomas knows the artist: Egill Sæbjörnsson.

The copycat game (Creative Code Jam)

Creative Missuse Of Obsolete Technology

Ryoji Ikeda – superposition

Alan Warburton – Spherical Harmonics (cgi)

Alan Warburton – Psychometrics

The Stanley Parable (game)

Dave Fothergill – I’ve fallen, and I can’t get up!

Slow Games

OK Go – I Won’t Let You Down

The war of art (book - highlights the different forms of Resistance faced by artists)

What’s up this month?

KIKK festival
Date: 6/7 November
Location: Namur, Belgium

Tischtennis für Jedermann
Time: On tuesdays and thursdays from 17h to 22h
Location: TTC Neukölln, Karlsgartenstr. 7

Other References

Hermann W. Klöckner : Professor for Interaction Design at Anhalt University of Applied Science.