Sonic Pattern – Discussion 1

Group discussion with Amy Twigger-Holroyd, Sharon Mossbeck and David Littler following presentations by Matt Jones, Gemma Latham and Francesca Sargent at the day symposium of Sonic Pattern and the Textility of Code, Sheffield, 17th June 2015, curated by Karen Gaskill (Crafts Council) and Alex McLean (University of Leeds), and funded by the Crafts Council, the Culture and Communities Network+ (via Inhabiting the Hack project) and the AHRC Weaving Codes, Coding Weaves project.


10.30am – 5pm, Wednesday 17th June 2015 Electric Works, Sheffield

Sonic Pattern – Discussion 2

Group discussion with Alex McLean following presentations by Matt Jones, Gemma Latham and Francesca Sargent at the day symposium of Sonic Pattern and the Textility of Code, Sheffield, 17th June 2015, curated by Karen Gaskill (Crafts Council) and Alex McLean (University of Leeds), and funded by the Crafts Council, the Culture and Communities Network+ (via Inhabiting the Hack project) and the AHRC Weaving Codes, Coding Weaves project.


10.30am – 5pm, Wednesday 17th June 2015 Electric Works, Sheffield

Sonic Pattern – Amy Twigger Holroyd

Amy Twigger Holroyd is a designer, maker, researcher and writer. Through her craft fashion knitwear label, Keep & Share, she has explored the emerging field of fashion and sustainability since 2004. Amy will talk about the centrality of mathematics and number patterns to her knitting practice, from the design of fabrics and garments to an obsession with ratios which emerged while exploring the challenge of changing gauge as part of her PhD research.


10.30am – 5pm, Wednesday 17th June 2015 Electric Works, Sheffield

Sonic Pattern – Sharron Mossbeck

Sharon Mossbeck is a conceptual artist whose work focuses on themes of death and religion, often presented in a vibrant, hedonistic manner. Mossbeck works in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture using found objects and textiles. She is currently artist in resident at Bank St Arts in Sheffield, where she is working on a large scale sculptural piece using cross stitch methods and inspired by DNA patterns and Byzantine church domes.


10.30am – 5pm, Wednesday 17th June 2015 Electric Works, Sheffield

Sonic Pattern – Gemma Latham

Gemma Latham is a participatory artist who expands and magnifies textile processes in the creation of installations and interventions, inviting the public to join in the making. Interested in capturing moments of flow, Gemma has been exploring code as a form of co-production in the interpretation of participants’ experiences during making.


10.30am – 5pm, Wednesday 17th June 2015 Electric Works, Sheffield

Sonic Pattern – Francesca Sargent

Francesca Sargent is a researcher and technologist as part of FoAM Kernow in Falmouth, which collaborates on the Weaving Codes project with the University of Leeds and the Copenhagen Centre for Textile Research, including creating the Pattern Matrix for tangible weavecoding.


10.30am – 5pm, Wednesday 17th June 2015 Electric Works, Sheffield

Bubbles Installation at Lovebytes

Here's a clip from the Lovebytes.tv deep-freeze... 'Bubbles' is a multi-user installation made by Wolfgang Muench and Furukawa Kiyoshi for Lovebytes Festival 2002. Viewers can interact with a real-time simulation of floating bubbles. When you enter the light beam of the video projector your body throws a shadow onto the projection screen, the bubbles bounce off your shadow float around, collide, burst and make music.


Lovebytes 2002 Persistence Works, Sheffield

Peter Greenaway: Cinema of the Future

A masterclass conducted by Peter Greenaway at Lovebytes 2005, Sheffield UK. One of the most influential film-makers of the 1980's, Greenaway has always been excited by the possibilities of new technology in creating art and moving image in particular. Here he discusses the Tulse Luper Suitcases Project and outlines his vision of a digital future for film.


Lovebytes 2005. Saturday 16 April 12.30pm Showroom Cinema, Sheffield

Algorithm - Lovebytes 2007

Moving between computer music and elemental techno ALGORITHM featured a rich line up of live performances from: Alexander Rishaug & Marius Watz, Pixel, Aoki Takamasa and Senking.


Lovebytes 2007 Site Gallery, Sheffield.

Haswell & Hecker at Lovebytes 2007

Russell Haswell & Florian Hecker present the ninth, multi channel electroacoustic diffusion session of material generated on Iannis Xenakis' graphic-input 'UPIC Music Composing System'.


Lovebytes 2007 Workstation Studio, Sheffield

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