Monday March 7th: 5:00pm
The Pant-Tilt-Zoom exhibition, presents ptz=‘talks’; with our second guest Olivia Jack, the mind behind Hydra, a browser-based platform for live coding visuals.
o.jack, artist and coder who works frequently with open-source software, cartography, live coding, and experimental interfaces. The mind behind Hydra, a browser-based platform for live coding visuals. The API is inspired by analog modular synthesis, in which multiple visual sources (oscillators, cameras, application windows, other connected windows) can be transformed, modulated, and composited via combining sequences of functions.
Recent projects include media development for the experimental dance performance Nodos: Cuerpos en Expansión, part of the Festival de Danza en La Ciudad in Bogotá, Colombia; as well as the Laboratory of Possibilities, a participatory media installation at the Oakland Museum of California.
Join us Monday for an online talk about live streaming, live coding, followed by a Q&A at zoom.ptz.live