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Still Water Hosts Code and Creativity Week
Five acclaimed software artists discuss their work and the future of code
In September 2003 Still Water presents a series of special lectures and workshops on the topic of Code and Creativity.

LEFT: Artist John Klima discusses his collaborative music interface Glasbead as part of the 2003 Code and Creativity conference.

Presenters at these events include world-renowned artists and scholars, from software artists Alex Galloway, John Klima, and Mark Napier to blog diva Liza Sabater to Whitney Museum curator and author Christiane Paul.

University of Maine undergraduate and graduate students also presented original works of creative software. Read a schedule of the week's events.

RIGHT: Still Water co-founder Joline Blais with graduate students Alexandre Berthier, Ersellia Ferron, and Karl-Otto von Oertzen at the first Code and Creativity conference.
Posted 2003-09-11 01:15:12 by Jon Ippolito
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