Trobada 2/4 de Toplap

On October 8th, at 7pm, the collective in residence Toplap presents Trobada 2/4, an activity in the form of a closed-door performance that will provide a space to get to know the work of the Toplap Barcelona live-coders community. Live coding is an artistic practice that revolves around writing source code in real time, so that the writing of the program is also part of the program!

The Trobada 2/4 will include the participation of:

Lina Bautista

Linalab is a multiple singularity. It’s a whole and a unity, a solitary sound, and a note. A frequency that remains in time to become more complex, to become entangled, to become noise; melody, song and then silence.

She composed her first work, Ecliptica, inside a telescope imitating its shape, but instead of superimposing lenses to enhance the look and observe the universe, she superimposed sound layers – field recordings, guitars and voices – to produce complex textures that, when added, they do not see, but touch the universe.

In her second album, Doom, she imagines how the end of the world should sound. Proposes four possible scenarios and to each one, she carefully constructs a scaled model, resulting in four small destructions: four small sound apocalypses.

In her most recent work, Still Alive, she realized that there is no doomsday, only intermediate days. There is no apocalypse, no epic destruction, only infinite rearrangements of particles that originate further infinite sonic possibilities.

Linalab does not only exists on stage. She also understands music as an investigation. She is part of Toplap exploring and promoting Live Coding and Algoraves. Orquesta del Caos, researching and promoting experimental music and sound art, to Familiar DIY, developing electronics sound devices, and Sons de Barcelona, encouraging and promoting interest for sound and sound technologies.

Roger Pibernat

Roger Pibernat is an illustrator. Self-taught, he has worked in several fields of this discipline such as animation, storyboards, interactive, exhibitions, editorial, popular and scientific illustration, textbooks… but he has also worked in other areas such as television and programming. He is an amateur musician. He is currently a member of the Barcelona Laptop Orchestra of TOPLAP-Barcelona and of the collective Wú::, in which he develops interactive technologies for the performing arts.

Practical information
Date: October 8th
Time: 7 pm
Space: Sala Ricson, Hangar. 16 Emília Coranty St.
Free entrance with limited capacity in order of arrival (40 pax)


Activity in collaboration with the Ajuntament de Barcelona.

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