#8 Melissa Palermo: Computers won’t change the world, women will | Introduction to feminist coding practices with p5.js
Online spaces have become important forums for feminist discourse. Specifically, they have become platforms to raise awareness about, and combat, rape culture. This is most famously demonstrated in the use of social media platforms by feminist activists to raise awareness about the ubiquity of sexual assault and harassment through viral hashtags from #YesAllWomen to #MeToo.
#7 Jan Løhmann Stephensen: Post-Creativity – After the Reign of the Meat Robot
If there’s one thing that stands out across all the different notions of creativity out there, it’s how we’ve come to invent creativity in a form that is quintessentially human. This, for instance, becomes obvious when we listen in on the ways we currently talk about the possibilities of (general) artificial intelligence, automation and robotics ...
#6 ORAUM: Revisiting ALVA
The pivot point of this workshop is the gaze and invisibility of virtual cameras. Does the camera reflect western transcendental thinking, wherein a subject is an invisible spectator to the world? Is the camera a blind spot? – and what would Baudrillard have said about virtual cameras and 3D applications?
#1 Andreja Andric: Sound/noise programming in Java
In this two day workshop Andreja will teach some basic Java programming, investigate the details of the wav and aiff sound file formats—and discuss some approaches to generative music. We'll look into the basics of digital sound—and build our own software application to create generative sound processes using fundamental techniques of computer programming.