• Presentation at Processing Community Day

    On Saturday February 9, I will give a presentation aobut the project at the Processing Community Day Amsterdam between 17h and 18h.

    Apparently the (free) tickets are already sold out, but there is a waiting list.

  • Interviews for case studies

    This week I did three more interviews for case studies for the second part of the book: with Roosna & Flak, Frank Baldé from STEIM, and Jeff Carey.

    • Roosna & Flak have been working with sensors in their dance performances over the past four years. From their website: “The core of their work is the dancing body’s possibilities and limitations, in a constant dialogue with the digital technologies and discourses that extend and counterpoint it.”

    • Frank Baldé from STEIM has worked over many decades developing software environments for mapping, and helping artists to create their mappings in these softwares.

    • Jeff Carey about his instrument or setup consisting of a joystick, a pad controller and a keypad, and a whole bunch of SuperCollider code.

    I am looking forward to work these interviews further out into chapters for the book early next year!

  • Survey online

    To get feedback on the ongoing project, I have created a survey to gather input, feedback and interest. I would greatly appreciate it if you would take the time to fill in the survey: https://justaquestionofmapping.info/survey/

    All the data you fill in is stored on my own server and I will only use it for creating the book!

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