Creative Code Stammtisch

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Friday, March 6th 2015, Stammtisch #17

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Swarm of robots synchronizing like fireflies.
A type generator that makes shapes that look like letters but don’t mean anything.


makes dust
Fluid library:

Tweeting Willow

Augenlicht: Interactive LED sculpture

Hye Joo

Association Machine

Phantom Limb

Shows generative graphics inspired by cymatics.

A collection of JS oscilloscope simulations

Other references Quake on an oscilloscope:

SPAM project, an online art exhibition.

Shows is interactive Audio-Installation, where the user controls the sound generation with his movement. Also another piece is a particle system that generates sound. A third piece is a interactive visualization, where the user creates graphics that move and sound playing accordingly.


Second life

Dribbble “Dribbble is show and tell for designers”

canvas blend modes

Drawing with sound on an oscilloscope


“Syphon is an open source Mac OS X technology that allows applications to share frames”

Competitions, call for proposals & others
International Artist in Residence Programme ‘VISIT’ of the RWE Foundation
Requirements: “Reference to the subject of energy and its social relevance.”
Deadline: 16th March 2015.

The European Digital Art and Science Network artistic residency
Deadline: February 16, 2015

Prix Ars Electronica
Deadline: March 6, 2015

Openings, parties, exhibitions, etc

Date: Saturday, February 28th at 19:00

The Brain — open lab
Dates: February 19 – March 5, 2015
in the gallery of Polnisches Institut Berlin. Łukasz Spierewka

Stuff to see/read
Hello Play
Watch the video, then watch the making-of

Short, heavily annotated JavaSript programs

InternetMuseum.Berlin crowdfunding campaign

How I Taught My Computer to Write Its Own Music

Visualizing wifi networks

Generative art wiki

Jasia Reichardt recalls Cybernetic Serendipity, the landmark computer art exhibition she curated in 1968.

Interactive painting on 3D scanned meshes

Murmur Whispers, Chevalvert

[BRDG020] Lilium


Magritte paintings recreated in 3D using the Unreal Engine
the unreal engine (also source code) is now free available btw:
*Wow… when did that happen? And no royalties for basically everything that is not a game! I’m impressed O_O

Digital Utopias - Disruptive Innovation
“In this session, the panel unpick alternative models of “innovation” through examining production models and their cultural value. Interdisciplinary artistic practice can create new platforms, resources and art forms, but what are the benefits to artistic practice and how can cultural appropriation be avoided?”
Led by Tatiana Bazzichelli (Curator and writer) Memo Akten (Artist), Lynn Scarff (Programme Director of The Science Gallery) and Jose Luis de Vicente (curator and researcher).

Roy Ascott’s LPDT2: Telematic Embrace

Dancing cranes

Art dump from the environment team of The Order: 1886

Top 25 expiring artists
A daily updated chart list of the most influential internet artists based on the expiring date of their website.
Or just a representation of the state of hypercompetition and anxiety of contemporary artists inside (and outside) of the Internet.

Eyal Gever creates sculptures and installations from computer simulations:

A song made of the sounds that got lost to mp3 compression