Algorave with Dago Sondervan, Andrew Claes (STUFF, BRZZVLL), Kasper Jordaens
Picture this: You walk into a club and see someone in front of a computer. Behind this person is a projector screen displaying code that they are feverishly typing to create musical sounds and visual effects in real-time.
What you're witnessing is live coding music. It’s a performance art that involves arranging a set of electronic music — techno, trance, ambient, or even classical — in front of an audience using code, with the process displayed in the background.
Read the interview with Algorave