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Performance programming: digital and generative dance, music and art

This public performance at the Cambridge Science Festival took place in the William Gates Building on Saturday 23 March 2013.

Computers always follow rules, and people sometimes do. Can following rules be creative? This live performance experimented with technical and compositional rules, including live coding of music (Sam Aaron) and generative dance (Jane Turner). The event included a 20 minute performance, technical demonstrations of new digital arts technologies and audience discussion with the performers.

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http://www.cam.ac.uk/sciencefestival/events/?uid=a3da3961-0450-488b-87b1-bbdd90387ae3&date=2013-03-23