workshop “Copy-pasting… combining the collective imagination” 25/26/27 Nov 2010

— thomas — November 19th, 2010

We’re glad to invite Jérôme Abel to give a workshop in the framework of the “Figures of Interactivity” Biennial. “Copy-pasting… combining the collective imagination” Emancipation and drifts around the tools for art. The aim of the workshop is to build an hybrid, digital artwork prototype based on copy-pasting. Reusing existing works is the rule in [...]

puredyne SPACE sprint!

— chunito — October 15th, 2010

The London based members of the  puredyne team will be having a development sprint this weekend hosted by  SPACE London . The objective of the sprint is to move the current puredyne version to be based on the latest Maverick Meerkat release. This sprint is supported by SPACE as part of GOTO10′s Permacultures residency. [...]

IRZU / Ljudmila Residency

— rob — September 30th, 2010

During the IRZU Earzoom Festival in Ljublana, Slovenia,  GOTO10′s Rob Canning will be Artist in Residence in the Ljudmila Hacklab. His work Kyklos for video and multichannel sound will be installed in the gallery ŠKUC from 2. to 6. October 2010. There will also be a two day workshop on composing music for instruments using [...]

SPACE – London Residency

— rob — September 22nd, 2010

GOTO10 is supported by SPACE through the PERMACULTURES programme. PERMACULTURES supports artists using technology and exploring media culture against the backdrop of apparent ecological crisis. SPACE hosts 1-3 month residencies in the MediaLab supporting artists to develop and produce new work. During the residency SPACE have offered GOTO10 time and space to develop new projects,  [...]

Pikelache/HIAP puredyne sprint

— rob — March 22nd, 2010

A code sprint is a “time-boxed period of software development focused on a given list of goals” (source: wikipedia). It is a great opportunity for developers to meet in real life and work together on some issues. The Puredyne team use this technique for a couple of years now and have been doing sprints in [...]

Puredyne 9.10 – Carrot and Coriander

— rob — January 15th, 2010

Puredyne is a GNU/Linux live distribution aimed at creative people, looking for tools outside the standard. It provides the best experimental creative applications alongside a solid set of graphic,audio and video tools in a fast, minimal package. For everything from sound art to innovative filmmaking. Puredyne is optimised for use in realtime audio and video [...]

Access Space Residency

— rob — November 1st, 2009

For the next two weeks photographer and performance artist Barbara Kukovec will be working with Rob Canning (GOTO10) as Artist in Residence in Access-Space, Sheffield UK.  The theme of the workshop is based around DIY photography involving Victorian  techniques such as pinhole photography, cyanotype and self made photographic emulsions.  This will be combined with a [...]

Introduction to puredyne workshop London,UK

— rob — September 17th, 2009

On tuesday 22nd of September Rob Canning and Claude Heiland-Allen of GOTO10 will give a short workshop on puredyne as part of the OpenLab London series of workshops This workshop will introduce the participants to the live distribution, giving an overview of the system and its applications as well as a brief look into [...]

puredyne at the ISEA

— rob — August 27th, 2009

Rob Canning (GOTO10) and Heather Corcoran (FACT) will give a presentation of puredyne on Thursday 27th of August at the 2009 International Symposium on Electronic Arts (ISEA) this year held in Belfast, Northern Ireland.  A brief overview of some of the key applications will be given alongside an overview of the technical backend of the [...]

puredyne sprints and drops the colon

— Antonios — August 20th, 2009

We are just back from Gijon, in the north of Spain. Some of us spent a week there working on the future release of puredyne codenamed ‘carrot and corriander’. This was our third development sprint founded by the Arts Council of England as part of the ‘puredyne for everyone’ project. This sprint was also made [...]