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Spoken Code

An evening of improvised audiovisual live coding — all are welcome

Man in window looking down concentrated with headphones around neck

Friday, September 27, 2019, 6 to 7 p.m.
Webster Library, Visualization Studio, LB-314

This event approaches code as thought and through this movement, it seeks to create emerging and ephemeral audiovisual relations that unfold in the interplay of code, voice, and language.

With Rodrigo Velasco.


Playground, a video installation in the Visualization Studio

Annotated photograph of a cheery Louis Armstrong posing with trumpet

Playground by Charlotte Pigeon Tremblay

Friday, March 15, 2019, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Webster Library, Visualization Studio, LB-314

Playground is a video performance documenting unexpected ways to explore, research and experience commonly used spaces in Concordia's Faculty of Fine Arts.

The work is part of the Rover project - an "in the field" student exercise encouraging the application of a variety of fine arts methodologies to address Concordia's future space needs.

With the collaboration of other Rovers, Pigeon Tremblay captured a range of data collecting techniques and movement patterns in different spaces across the Faculty.

Contributing to Concordia's space planning exercise looking ten years into the future, Playground explores the relationship between space and creative thinking.


CLOrk<>MP|vH+ : Perfect Moments

artistic background with laptops on tables with microphones and sound equipment in foreground

An interactive performance by the Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk) in collaboration with Max and Honey Pazhutan (MP|vH+) at Concordia's Visualization Studio. This event will premiere:

1. Creations by Honey and Max Pazhutan, Vincent Cusson, and Andrew Bradt

2. MP|vH+'s arrangements of Xenakis's Mists and Babbitt's Post-Partitions

3. A theremin performance by Honey Pazhutan with live coding by Max Pazhutan

4. Visuals by Aidan Baker and Honey Pazhutan

5. An interactive collaboration with audience members

Thursday, March 7, 8 - 11 p.m.
Webster Library Visualization Studio, LB-314

Link to Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/765258133844746/

Updated: Wednesday 11 March 2020
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