Code + Liberal Arts Salon
Monday, April 29, 2019 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Event Café (UL103), University Center 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003
Code + Liberal Arts Salon brings together artists, academics, and technologists to explore the ways code can create new knowledge and art. This semester's event features talks by Sarah Groff Hennigh-Palermo and Dhruv Mehrotra and will also feature the return of the Digital Open Mic, an open mic for students to share all types of digital projects both creative and research-based, from website poems, to experimental films, to agent-based simulations, to games, to data visualizations, and more. Bring your project and a computer to use to present (or contact Todd Anderson to borrow one) and sign up for a 5-minute slot at the start of the event. Food will be provided!
Sarah Groff Hennigh-Palermo is a designer, programmer, artist. She likes to explore the way technology and information are currently constructed and to imagine ways it could be different. She is part of the livecoding band Codie, for which she livecodes CSS-based animations.
Dhruv Mehrotra an activist and engineer who thinks about networks, power, and policy. He likes to make work that challenge the corporate consolidation of the internet. His work has been supported by Eyebeam, Mozilla, New York University, and the ACLU, and he currently works on the investigative Special Projects team at Gizmodo Media making custom technology for stories like these.
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