APOIEO @ National Poetry Library

— rob — August 3rd, 2011

For three weeks this summer GOTO10′s APIOEO project will be hacking the city in and around the Southbank Center London – As part of the 60th aniversary of the Festival of Britian, The National Poetry Library in association with KALEID editions have curated a series of poetic interventions in the envions of the Royal Festival […]

GOTO10 in LiWoLi

— rob — May 14th, 2011

This year’s event offers an exhibition, artists’ workshops and – like every year – lectures, presentations and sound-performances. claude will 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, […]

SEARCH ENGINE

— rob — April 21st, 2011

GOTO10 are the current and last artists group in residency at Grand Union for the SEARCH ENGINE project. Over the course of their residency, from 16 April to 30 April, GOTO1O will be working in the gallery space, developing the project /points of presence/ Event: Thursday 28 April, 12 – 8 pm: Open studio day […]

expr~ released on GOSUB10

— chunito — April 3rd, 2011

expr~ from 0xA is GOSUB10‘s fourth release expr~ is the first music release of 0xA, consists of retro sounding tracks made almost entirely with the [expr~] object in Pure Data. No tweaking of number boxes and sliders, no clever generative algorithms, just switch the audio on and listen. The source code for this release (implemented […]

LiWoLi 2011

— rob — March 23rd, 2011

Once again our friends in LiWoLi are in action – deadline approaching soon so act fast to join the fun! Deadline 27/03/2011 Art Meets Radical Openness! LiWoLi 2011 12th – 14th May Kunstuniversität, Linz Observing, comparing, reflecting, imitating, testing, combining. LiWoLi is an open lab and meeting spot for artists, developers and educators using and […]

“le Jeu des Jeux” @ Souffle de l’Équinoxe, 19/20 Mar, Poitiers

— thomas — March 17th, 2011