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This concert was the first exploration with live coding by andamio. It consisted of two separate performances. In the first one, the podcast “La morbid horizontalidad de Silvia Plath”, made in 2012, played while portraits of the author were de-constructed. In the second performance, the sound language was constructed in real-time with DJ practices, at the same time, de-constructed texts that interacted with mouse movements were projected.
Live coding practices consist of the creation of sound and/or visual images through programming languages, sharing this process through screen projection. For this concert, both visual approaches were created using Processing, a Java-based language for visuals.