The rest of the bill is comprised of live performances spanning various software and hardware suites. Jeremy Bible will be performing his recent immersive A/V work Broken Ecologies with the help of a multi-pointed sound system.
Morgantics will be performing on his extensive modular synthesizer setup and providing a glimpse of the algorithmic possibilities from the hardware perspective.
Pittsburgh staple Good Dude Lojack will be ending the night with his classic live-pa performance setup.
Additional vj work for the evening will be provided by Cake.
The event will be taking place at Wood Street Galleries which focuses on displaying the works of international new media artists. It is the first of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust organizations to provide a performance space for live coding in the city. To top things off, the performance will be taking place a floor above Ryoji Ikeda‘s ongoing Data Matrix installation.
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