livecoding (fluxus and impromtu)

Lately I’m very attracted to practice of livecoding. I’m especially looking for ..er.. well, “aestheticaly” challenging cases. Here are two of them looked at today.

One is from Andrew Sorensen who is also developing a scheme-based language for av livecoding called Impromptu. Already awhile ago I was fascinated by his “study in keith” (as in Keith Jarret). Here’s another piano piece: http://vimeo.com/8732631

On the other hand, much nearer to me, in hungary, is Gabor Papp, who works with fluxus. I very much liked this live-coded hackpact based on a glitch: http://mndl.hu/hackpact-day-21

here are embeds – take your time:

Dancing Phalanges from Andrew Sorensen on Vimeo.

Hackpact Day 21 – Glitch from gabor papp on Vimeo.