Live Coding Without Computers

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It's possible to live code without computers.

  • ClickNilson is an early example
  • Who wants to be Is a game show where the audience change the rules as they are played out
  • Nomic is a game of Self-Amendment created by philosopher Peter Suber in 1982.
  • Assembly20070615 has an account of a participatory performance led by adem where rules, followed by the performers, were added to a blackboard and modified during a performance.
  • some photos and writing Nick investigated a bit of live coded dance with the choreographer Teresa Prima, and held an improv session with Brighton ensemble In Sand on May 7th 2007