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Saturday, May 21 • 5:45pm - 7:15pm
Creative Code Conversation and Meetup

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Gray Area is excited to bring it’s Creative Code Meetup to Moogfest 2016. If you are a creative working at the intersection of art and technology, or you are interested in exploring that world, this meetup is for you! The Creative Code Meetup is a curated monthly series of public artist talks and exhibitions dedicated to artists/designers who work with code/technology as their medium. At this meetup, lead by Gray Area’s Director of Education Matthew Ganucheau, glean insights from artists working in a variety of media, including Cullen Miller, an audiovisual composer, spatial-media designer, and curator; Alexander Randon, creator of Fugue Machine (the world’s first multi-playhead music sequencer), and Arpeggionome (a matrix touch-arpeggiator); and Jonathan Dinu, Educator, Artist and Data Viz extraordinaire. Learn from the technical and conceptual challenges they face working in this field, and even get to see some performances of their work.

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Alexander Randon (Gray Area)

Alexander Randon (aka. Alexandernaut) is an indie music app developer / electrical engineer / composer based in San Francisco. With a passion for music technology as both a developer and musician, creating music software is simply part of his music-making process. Countless prototypes are built with Ableton Live, MaxMSP, Monome, TouchOSC, and Lemur—tools which inspire him both musically and technically. His professional mission is to... Read More →
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Cullen Miller (Gray Area)

Cullen Miller is an audiovisual composer, spatial-media designer, and curator. His formative years, spent in Detroit's lofts and clubs, contributed greatly to the development of his aesthetic sensibilities. Beckoned by the freak culture prominent in the San Francisco Bay Area, he migrated westward pursuing curatorial work with Gray Area Foundation, SFCMP, and teaching digital signal processing at San Francisco State University. He currently... Read More →
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Jonathan Dinu (Gray Area)

Jonathan Dinu is currently writing a book on data science (coming Summer 2016). He teaches Data Visualization as adjunct faculty at the University of San Francisco and previously he founded Zipfian Academy, an immersive data science training program. He first discovered his love of all things data while studying Computer Science and Physics at UC Berkeley, and, in a former life, he worked for Alpine Data Labs developing distributed machine... Read More →
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Matthew Ganucheau (Gray Area)

Matt Ganucheau, Director of Education at Gray Area, is a San Francisco-based artist, composer, designer, and educator. With a passion for exploring the boundaries of interactive digital culture, he creates physical and sonic environments that engage his viewers by evoking a deeply reflective internal space. Matt‘s role is responsible for creating innovative and exploratory educational programs that focus on the intersection of digital art... Read More →



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