Wednesday 15th of February - Saturday 18th of February at Atelier Nord Oslo/Norway by Marius Watz & Erich Berger
Application deadline friday 27th of January
Send applications with CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently, code evidently became artistic material and programming artistic practice. The coding artist literally hacks his/her artwork, forms it with skilled hands, touching and communicating with and through it. Physical electronic interfaces enable the artist to tighten the relation between the artwork and the audience.
Tangible code is a workshop for artists and practitioners who are interested in the concepts of programming and physical computing.
The employed tools are the multiplatform and open source programming and hardware environments Processing and Arduino.
During the workshop participants will be introduced into the basics of programming and the building of sensor controlled physical interfaces. It will be a hands on workshop and lab situation as Atelier Nord has a well equipped physical computing workplace.
Workshop directors and producer:
Tangible code is part of the Interface and Society project at Atelier Nord.