Alexandra Cardenas, Alex McLean, David Ogborn, Eldad Tsabary
Shared Buffer #X will be a live coding improvisation by a quartet of globally distributed performers (Bergen, Norway; Sheffield, UK; Hamilton ON, Canada; Montreal, Canada), all working on a single piece of shared code. The performance uses Tidal, a mini live coding language that represents polyphonic sequences using terse, highly flexible notation, providing a range of higher-order transformations. The performers are connected via various pieces of software for Internet-mediated sharing and collaboration, including parts developed for this ongoing project. Shared Buffer Study #X is part of a series supported by the research project “Live Coding and the Challenges of Digital Society” (McMaster University Arts Research Board).
Shared buffer are:
Alexandra Cardenas – http://cargocollective.com/tiemposdelruido/Alexandra-Cardenas
Alex McLean – http://yaxu.org/
David Ogborn – http://esp.mcmaster.ca/
Eldad Tsabary – http://music.concordia.ca/people/faculty/full-time/tsabary-eldad.php
Alexandra Cardenas is a Columbian composer and improviser, currently studying the Masters degree Sound Studies at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Her work focuses on experimentation using live electronics, improvisation, creation of controllers and interfaces and livecoding.
Alex McLean is Research Fellow and Deputy Director of ICSRiM in the School of Music, University of Leeds, and co-founder of Algorave, TOPLAP, the AHRC Live Coding Research Network, and ChordPunch recordings.
David Ogborn (d0kt0r0) is a member of live coding groups armada de lindo and extramuros, and directs the Cybernetic Orchestra at McMaster University.
Eldad Tsabary is a professor of electroacoustics at Concordia University, founder of the Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk), and current president of Canadian Electroacoustic Community—Canada’s national electroacoustic organization.