This page gives a run down of public CodeKlavier presentations and milestones to date:
(newest on top)
February 2019: Talk and performance with the CKaλulator at Lambda Days in Poland.
November 2018: Performance at Splendor
October 2018: Performance at ARTikulationen in Graz. This will be the first time we use our custom built KeyScanner.
August 2018: CodeKlavier paper and performance will be presented at the International Computer Music Conference in Daegu, Korea! In the proceedings you can find our first CodeKlavier published paper.
July 2018: CodeKlavier receives its custom built KeyScanner by Andrew McPherson.
June 2018: Performance and lecture-demonstration at MuSA 2018 at IMWI Karlsruhe, Germany. Our presentation includes a special CodeKlavier "presentation mode" where we use various CodeKlavier piano techniques to live code the presentation. This event will also feature a performance of Huygbrid and a more developed version of the CKalculator. There was also a performance of Huygbrid (previously Hybrid) and CKalculator at Ephemere in Studio Loos, Netherlands. Watch the video of CKalculator here.
May 2018: Performance of two new prototypes, Hybrid and CKalculator at WORM in Rotterdam as part of the Algo~rhythms series.
March 2018: Performance at the Huygens Festival Amuse in Voorburg, NL and at In-Sonora Festival in Madrid, Spain. Video from In-Sonora here
February 2018: Recording of Motippets version 1.
December 2017: Mini-tour! "hello world" and Motippets are performed at the International Conference on Live Coding in Morelia, Mexico - watch video of Motippets here. We also give a lecture-presentation at the Tandon School of Engineering, hosted by LiveCode.NYC, in New York and perform "hello world" at the Uncaged Toy Piano Festival. Watch video here.
October 2017: CodeKlavier receives a 2 year grant for further development from the Creative Industries Fund NL.
September 2017: "hello world" is performed at the Gaudeamus Muziek week - a contemporary music festival held annually in Utrecht, Netherlands. A special interactive version of "hello world" is created as an interactive installation for Leiden's Evening of Art and Science.
May 2017: "hello world" is awarded the Conlon and Uncaged Festival's Composition Prize. Watch the video here
April 2017: CodeKlavier receives the starter's phase grant from the Creative Industries Fund NL.