Live coding + Video feedback at Buenos Aires

On January 30th, we (ika g + Cyberdelia) were invited to participate in an event called Mareo de Invocación in which artists of different disciplines converge.
Both teams performed simultaneously mashing up two different worlds, Analog + Digital. The analog and visual part was in charge of Cyberdelia a duo of visual artists who created lysergic landscapes using a technique called video feedback (introduced in early 1960s by artists such as Nam June Paik or Steina and Woody Vasulka), while the digital and musical part was in charge of ika gyacgis a duo of programmers who wrote music using the Tidal language and Rivulet, an experimental musical pattern language written in Ruby (in the making).

These are some pictures of the event

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