Coding Art- Toward audiovisual interaction

In 2021, we published the book ‘Coding Art’ to share experiences and useful steps around creative coding with a primarily non-technical audience: designers, artists, musicians and other creatives who deserve a very different approach to creative coding that what was available so far. This workshop integrates “creative thinking” and “computational thinking” that leverage creatives’ prior design/art expertise, and bring the new ideas from their future practice. In this workshop, we follow a creative process from ideation to making and refining, and help participants make their first steps in Processing – a creative coding environment. Throughout this workshop, participants will experience hands-on how visual elements, dynamics, and audio-visual interaction are coming together. At the end, they can share their insights and feedbacks with each other.

Yu Zhang (CN/NL)
Dr. Yu Zhang has a background in fine arts and design. Her Ph.D. research investigates the theory and artistic practice of interactive technologies for public, large-scale installations. As a researcher and artist, she approaches visual art with mixed reality installations and projections, sensor-based interactives, and computational arts. In the past five years, Yu Zhang has participated in different Arts Residencies and her work has been exhibited at galleries, museums, and festivals worldwide. Besides, Yu’s teaching experiences cover a broad space including traditional classrooms, workshops and design-led project-based learning activities. Currently, she lives and works in Eindhoven.

Register for the workshops!

Book a place by sending an email including your name and a contact number at workshops@adaf.gr Due to a limited number of places, priority order will followed.