Workshop “Mapping the Vortex: mapping and visualisation with SuperCollider”

This two­ day intensive workshop by Marinos Koutsomichalis welcomes participants of any discipline who are already familiar with SuperCollider and who wish to expand their technical and practical knowledge in the fields of mapping and visualization.

The material of the workshop is based on the instructor’s latest book “Mapping and Visualization with SuperCollider”. Topics to be discussed and elaborated upon include:

– 2D computer graphics.
– Fractals.
– Particle systems.
– Complex encodings/mappings.
– Audio/data analysis.

Marinos Koutsomichalis will present an open-ended performance revolving around the output signals of a series of modulated variable wavetable oscillators and Walsh function operators on December 17th at 7 pm.

Dates:

Friday, December 16th from 5 pm to 8 pm and Saturday, December 17th from 11 am to 6 pm.

Performance by Marinos Koutsomichalis on Saturday 17th of December at 7 pm.

Inscription: me[at]marinoskoutsomichalis.com

Inscription Fee: 70 €

About SuperCollider

SuperCollider has established itself as probably the most powerful programming environment for real time sound synthesis, algorithmic/generative music and all sorts of other audio­related applications. It is widely used by artists and scientists alike for both research and actual artistic creation. It features a powerful state­-of­-the­-art sound engine and an easy to learn fully featured object oriented language. More, it is open­source and totally free of charge.

Artist’s CV

Marinos Koutsomichalis is an artist and scholar. He was born in Athens GR (1981) and has since lived and worked in various cities. His interests involve hypermediacy, technologically mediated perception/cognition, material exploration, and computational æsthetics. He has collaborated with various institutions and project projects worldwide and he has widely presented his work internationally in all sorts of milieus: from leading museums and acclaimed biennales to industrial sites, and from underground venues to churches or scientific conferences. He has worked as a research fellow in the University of Turin and has lectured at the University of Wolverhampton (VL), the Technological Educational Institute of Crete and the Athenian Contemporary Music Research Center’s (CMRC-KSYME). He has been responsible for several workshops and hands-on laboratories, as well as for for several audio records, workshops/talks, exhibition catalogues, academic/scientific papers and a book. He is the main software developer of the So.D.A. (Sound Design Accelerator) project. He has PhD in Music, Sound and Media Art from the De Montfort University and a MA in composition with digital media from the University of York.

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