Has anyone else here played around with hydra before? it's a fun live coding visual platform that runs in browser https://hydra.ojack.xyz/?sketch_id=example_1 it's pretty quick and easy to get started with
I also highly recommend checking out the rest of the works at https://www.darebinarts.com.au/exhibiting-culture-online/ i'm feeling lucky to be amongst such an array of amazing artists
The project I've been working on with Anuraag Bhatia for the last little bit is now live over at https://www.room2.fm/ as part of Darebin Arts 'Exhibiting Culture Online'. It's a series of reflective prompts set to a different soundtrack and and visual each day which will culminate in an online performance on the 5/3. For us it was about creating a space that allowed for both personal contemplation and a shared vulnerability
This looks like a cool opportunity for anyone keen to develop web-based music with a small stipend, there's still a month left to apply
Has anyone here read any Sianne Ngai? I'm interested to start reading Theory of the Gimmick and was wondering if anyone would like to read a few chapters and compare notes if the book sounds appealing to them or they've already read it before.
Really enjoying the new ju ca album, feels like lying half immersed in a tidal pool. I've been pretty into the other Daisart releases but i think this ones my favourite so far https://daisart.bandcamp.com/album/uneven-specks-of-dust-that-which-we-cannot-ever-expect-to-see
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