Algorithmic Art Assembly (AAA)

The resident collective Toplap, in the framework of Creative Europe’s On-the-fly project, and in collaboration with the MUTEK ES festival, presents the first international node of the Algorithmic Art Assembly (AAA), which will take place on March 12 via streaming from 8:30pm and in Hangar’s Sala Ricson from 10:10pm.

In dialogue with the city of San Francisco, the AAA will kick off at 8:30 pm with a streaming session in which AAA artists from San Francisco, such as William Fields and Phil Burk, will deliver a talk while artists Mark Fell & Rian Treanor will present a new interactive work specially produced for the AAA.

Starting at 10:10pm in Hangar’s Ricson Room, PC Music’s Lil Data will perform alongside local artists such as Eloi el bon noi, Alicia Champlin and QBRNTHSS, all streaming for AAA San Francisco.

This event is part of Lil Data‘s (Jack Armitage) residency, which will culminate with workshops, hackathons and an algorave at /*VIU*/ Festival 2022.



Streaming from San Francisco

20:30 h – William Fields’ talk

21:15 h  – Phil Burk – HMSL

Hangar – Sala Ricson

22:10 h – Intro (Jack Armitage)

22:15 h  – Lil Data

22:35 h  – Eloi el bon noi

22:55 h – Alicia Champlin

23:15    QBRNTHSS


Practical information

Date: March 12th
Time: 22:10 h to 24 h
Venue: Hangar, Sala Ricson
Price: 5 € (+ booking fee)
Tickets: HERE



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