BERLIN MUSIK HACKSPACE // ALGORAVE
Musik Hackspace is proud to host our first Algorave here in Berlin, with an all-star lineup of international live-coding talent poised & prepared to pump out some bit-bashing beats to get your brains & bodies bouncing.
Entry on donation basis. 5€ would be nice, 10€ would be even nicer – pay what you can afford.
Lineup below // Performances begin at 8pm
## Alexandra Cárdenas – http://cargocollective.com/tiemposdelruido
Alexandra is among the pioneers of live coding in electroacoustic music and part of the forefront of the Algorave scene. Currently she is the Chair of the International Conference on Live Coding (ICLC 2017) for its third edition. Using open source software like SuperCollider and TidalCycles, her work is focused on the exploration of the musicality of code and the algorithmic behaviour of music.
## Adam John Williams – www.adamjohnwilliams.co.uk
Multidisciplinary digital artist & founder of the Berlin Musik Hackspace Adam John Williams will host this most excellent night of algo-rhythmic acoustical activities, and perform a set of livecoded trance & techno using Sonic Pi & Max/MSP.
## Miri Kat – https://mirikat.github.io/
Miri Kat is a Livecoder / AV Artist / Producer from London. Interested in music tech, web technologies, hacking, creative coding, algorithmic music and generative visuals. Mainly using Livecode and MaxMSP with a strong focus on creating immersive, audio responsive multimedia. Works at Novation music.
## Hlöðver Sigurðsson – http://www.hlolli.com/
Hlöðver aka Hlolli is an Icelander based in Berlin. During the Composition studies in the Icelandic Art Academy, computer programming became ever more important tool for composition. His compositions range from pieces for small ensambles, electroaucustic music and pure computer music compositions. With programming, live-coding has become an explorative process of rythms, sound design, form and tonality. Panaeolus is the name of his live-coding application which troughout the last 3 years has developed into very high-level sequencer which allows functions to be freely applied to all form, timbre and tonality.
## Macrodactyl Computer Club – www.macrodactyl.io
Macrodactyl Computer Club is a music, code & art collective which exists as an open platform that anybody can join. In this iteration, 2 of its members will perform livecoded improvisational hard AV-core.
## Filip Dragovic – http://fdragovic.de/
a.k.a. “constant state of disrepair” live coding using tidalcycles and supercollider
## Calum Gunn – http://www.calumgunn.com/
Calum Gunn is a Scottish electronic musician, living in Berlin. His work explores the possibilities of rhythm and timbre within rave, IDM and abstract computer music, bending and pushing at the outer limits of what can be considered dance music.