October 17, 2019, from 6:15 pm to 8:00 pm

Event Information

This talk and performance will focus on the work of Codie, a live coding group working with visuals and sounds. The talk will give background to the live coding community as well as the development of our live coding practices. The performance will show a world of colors, shapes, beeps and boops all created through real-time computer programming.

Codie is a live coding a/v group based in Brooklyn NY and Richmond VA (USA). Codie is seen in New York, Philadelphia, Berlin, Madrid, Sheffield and beyond in clubs, in living rooms, and on roof tops. Codie makes live performance, films and installations with code.

Sarah Groff Hennigh-Palermo is an artist, programmer, and erstwhile data designer. She has created data-obscured art sites, new computer languages, and hybrid nostalgia machines. Her current focus is livecode and digital abstraction. Sarah is an alumna of the School for Poetic Computation, Recurse Center, Brown University, and NYU Tandon School of Engineering. She has taken part in group shows at Sonar+D, Westbeth, Day for Night, and Flux Factory.

Dr. Kate Sicchio is a choreographer, media artist, and performer whose work explores the interface between choreography and technology with wearable technology, live coding, and video systems. Her work has been shown internationally in many countries including the US, Germany, Australia, Belgium, Sweden, and the UK at venues such as PS122 (NYC), Banff New Media Institute (Canada), V&A Digital Futures (London), and Artisan Gallery (Hong Kong).


Blum Hall – 6:15 p.m. talk / 7:00 p.m. performance with special Bard guests Bird Cohen, Ezra Kahn, and Maeve Schallert