Old Joy + Requiem4Tv (video report) 2013-03-23

Last saturday, we were at Sign6 playing and veejaying (live coding) in front of a small audience. Here’s a small video report kindly recorded by Fred Monnoye with his iPhone. So quality is not right there, but you can have a feel of what it was like. This was a first for Sébastien (Old Joy) and me (Requiem4tv). We certainly hope there will be others.

Live coding has been done with Fluxus, in case you were wondering. Big thanks to the Fluxus community for answering questions and sharing code, even to the last minutes before the event.

Old-Joy_Requiem4Tv_Julien-Lambrechts Photo: © Julien Lambrechts.

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Julien Deswaef

Born in Brussels, Julien Deswaef is a software artist, experience designer and interface developer based in Barcelona. Active both in visual arts as well as in free / libre and open source culture, he has the ability to transform ideas into digital realities. He regularly collaborates with artists in the world of entertainment, music and fine arts. His art practice usually questions copyright, authorship and the impact of technology on our society through generative graphics and social media bots. Deswaef’s work has been visible in multiple art and music festivals across Europe such as Pukkelpop in Belgium, Les hivernales in Switzerland, Les Nuits Blanches in France or Kurzfilmfestival Koeln in Germany. Some of his artworks have been featured in collective exhibitions with institutions including Somerset House, LEAP, ESC Medien Kunst Labor, iMAL, Le Manège, Le Vecteur ou Les Brasseurs.