AlgoMech returns from 8-12 November 2017.
We're currently in the process of uploading and confirming our schedule, so there is little here in terms of confirmed artists and events.
Our preliminary programme will be released 1st August and full programme early September 2017. In the meantime you can have a look at last year's lineup, subscribe to our youtube channel, follow us on facebook or twitter, and add your email address to our mailing list.
All dates shown here are subject to change, with much more to be added. See you in November!
Our first festival exhibition, featuring both algorithmic and mechanical art. The exhibition will open several weeks before AlgoMech, and will close on the final day of the festival. More details to follow.
Our second arts-research symposium, this year exploring Unmaking as a form of resistance, through a day and a half of talks and other interventions. More details to follow.
Evening of seated performances exploring patterns across sight, sound, textiles and code.
A workshop lead by Ralf Schreiber and Christian Faubel, where participants will build small electro-mechanical solo drum machines from single DC motors and small circuit boards. The workshop will experiment with different kinds of sounding materials (metal pieces, stones, springs, paper, etc), where the machines will oscillate freely and develop their own individual sound quality. Once built the machines will be used to explore fundamental musical structures.
More details and registration details to follow.
We're preparing an extra-special evening performance, revealed soon...
The return of "Algorave Academy", a workshop on writing live code to make music to dance to. This year we'll have more than one live coding environment covered, including systems for making live visuals as well as music.
The AlgoMech algorave returns to Millennium Gallery for its second year. Line-up TBA, but expect top notch live coding mixed with mechanical interventions once more.
A workshop lead by Becky Stewart, exploring the latest in fabric technology, hands-on.