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LiWoLi 2011

LiWoLi 2011

I'm in Linz, Austria for the LiWoLi festival - from the website:

Art Meets Radical Openness (LiWoLi 2011)

Date: 12th - 14th May 2011

Location: Kunstuniversität Linz, Hauptplatz 8, 4020 Linz

Observing, comparing, reflecting, imitating, testing, combining

LiWoLi is an open lab and meeting spot for artists, developers and educators using and creating FLOSS (free/libre open source software) and Open Hardware in the artistic and cultural context. LiWoLi is all about sharing skills, code and knowledge within the public domain and discussing the challenges of open practice.

This year's event offers an exhibition, artists' workshops and – like every year – lectures, presentations and sound-performances.

I'll be playing live on Friday night with RDEX noisy audio-visual reaction-diffusion explorations, and GULCII live coding untyped lambda calculus with visualisation and sonification of the internal interpreter state (implemented in Haskell with GTK and Cairo, sending messages to Pure-data for the sonification).