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smoltech / project about vs please check the website buy tickets - workshops and concerts / exhibition free in folkestone /
artists @mathr @xname @rumblesan digitalselves heavylifting curated by @netzzz

I K L E C T I K
CT20 - Diverse Cultures from The Margins
Arts Council England

IKLECTIK presents,
SMOLTECH: CONCERT w/ @mathr & xname & Rumble-San & digital selves & Heavy Lifting
Saturday 29 January 2022 | from 8pm – Open till midnight!
Tickets: £11 Early Bird / £13 Advance / £15 General Admission buytickets.at/iklectik/616132

IKLECTIK presents,
SMOLTECH: IMPROVIZ WORKSHOP w/ Rumble-San
Saturday 22 January 2022 | 12pm – 5pm
Tickets: £25 (max 15 participant) buytickets.at/iklectik/614483

IKLECTIK presents,
SMOLTECH: CLIVE WORKSHOP
w/ mathr [Claude Heiland-Allen + Laura Netz] Saturday 15 January 2022 | 12pm – 5pm
Tickets: £25 General Admission (max 10 people)

buytickets.at/iklectik/614474

Workshop by mathr on live-coding audio in the C programming language using Clive.

Clive is a C audio live-coding skeleton. It allows you to hot-swap digital signal processing callbacks, providing automatic C code recompilation, object code reloading, and state preservation. This enables you to perform live: when you hit "Save" in the text editor, the sound changes according to changes made in the code.

The workshop will get Clive running on your system, and cover the basics of Linux system administration and Git (a version control system) via the command-line interface. Then it will move on to digital signal processing, and various sound synthesis and modification techniques.

To participate, you need to bring headphones and your own laptop running a GNU/Linux OS. Note that Clive does not work on Windows or macOS. If you have a 64bit Intel/AMD-compatible CPU (x86_64 or amd64; not i686; not arm; not aarch), and your system allows to boot from a USB stick, it is possible to run a custom Linux "live" operating system, without modifying your PC.

mathr.co.uk

mathr.co.uk/clive

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Exhibition is over, deinstalled today with @netzzz

Big thanks to CT-20 gallery for helping everything go super smoothly.

Not yet unpacked the bags to put the old computers into storage for the next time. Tomorrow or so. I'll revert the two Raspberry Pis that were used as video loop players back to home media player / TV smartness and home web server for experiments (Barry etherpad version has been offline for a bit, as has Tokamak game server).

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On the way to Folkestone with @netzzz to give an artist talk.

5pm at CT-20 gallery 73 Tontine Street.

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Digital Earth - Break the Digital Monoculture: Interview with spideralex

https://donestech.net/noticia/digital-earth-break-digital-monoculture-interview-spideralex

Ciberfeminisme d’investigacció, Teories feministes de les tecnologies

INTERVIEW WITH SPIDERALEX We need to break the digital monoculture and challenge Big Tech in their relentless drive to transform our digital environment in its own image. Digital Earth...

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#UpcyclingAndroid is the FSFE's new initiative to help users overcoming #software #obsolescence. Every time we keep using our phone we support a more sustainable use of our resources. Our video explains the issue & how to tackle it using #FreeSoftware

https://media.fsfe.org/w/kGvs3JNADvvQfkC1dR9FGr

#digital #sustainability

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smoltech / project about vs please check the website buy tickets - workshops and concerts / exhibition free in folkestone /
artists @mathr @xname @rumblesan digitalselves heavylifting curated by @netzzz

I K L E C T I K
CT20 - Diverse Cultures from The Margins
Arts Council England

smoltech / project about vs please check the website buy tickets - workshops and concerts / exhibition free in folkestone /
artists @mathr @xname @rumblesan digitalselves heavylifting curated by @netzzz

I K L E C T I K
CT20 - Diverse Cultures from The Margins
Arts Council England

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made a video for it using FragM, a couple of refractive spheres inside a striped sphere. not physically accurate...

diode.zone/videos/watch/dda82f

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hello all! we are organizing an event for noise music DIY electronics live coding hardware hacking in June in London back in the venue space, contact laura@netzzz.net

Sonic Electronics
– Female Noise Composers

Thursday 20 May online streaming, 20:00H

With Nicola Woodham – Cerpintxt – senter-your-name – Alice Karveli – Jenny Pickett – Alexandra Cardenas

iklectikoffsite.org/sonic-elec

IKLECTIK YT channel: youtu.be/wJ5auavGr7M

IKLECTIK FB PAGE: facebook.com/IKLECTIK

IKLECTIK TWITCH channel: twitch.tv/iklectik

Please support the artists! If you can donate, please do it at the following link:

buytickets.at/iklectik/526371*

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Sonic Electronics in collaboration with IKLECTIK will present next 20 May an event dedicated to Female Noise Composers.

As a network of sound artists, sonic practices, noise, computer music, audiovisual projects we are always looking for experimental works. If you have a new project that shows how computing has enhanced your performance, please contact us for the next event in June 2021.

Our aim is to play with challenging modes of computing that defy corporative, commercial software driven by profit.

We are calling to projects developed with open source operative systems and handmade / DIY software.

sonicelectronicsfestival.org/

Sonic Electronics in collaboration with IKLECTIK will present next 20 May an event dedicated to Female Noise Composers.

As a network of sound artists, sonic practices, noise, computer music, audiovisual projects we are always looking for experimental works. If you have a new project that shows how computing has enhanced your performance, please contact us for the next event in June 2021.

Our aim is to play with challenging modes of computing that defy corporative, commercial software driven by profit.

We are calling to projects developed with open source operative systems and handmade / DIY software.

sonicelectronicsfestival.org/

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Welcome to post.lurk.org, an instance for discussions around cultural freedom, experimental, new media art, net and computational culture, and things like that.

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