Interesting art performances that explores real time programming and coding relationships in in the ‘Kernel’ – the bridge between the applications on your machine and the CPU & Memory.
A project from Ricardo Brazileiro and Jeraman. The project is an attempt to map rhythm and sounds created by the coding rhythms generate within the Kernel itself. Named after Ada Lovelace (credited as the first ever ‘programmer’ with her work on Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine), the performance, as it layers code upon code, moves from the sound of an early analogue Moog, to something more dark and layered, a Throbbing Gristle-esque din. I love the chaos that through supposed order (code) seems to be created here. Not quite sure what purpose it serves, but it’s a fascinating experiment nonetheless.
(Via The Creators Project)