radical placemaking RESEARCH
The CBF Community Media Visual Projections is being undertaken as part of Kavita Gonsalves' PhD study “Radical Placemaking: Designing an experiential placemaking toolkit for social justice.”.The purpose of this research is to explore the creation of place-based digital stories and how it can contribute to community advocacy and social justice activism.
QUT Ethics Approval Number 4806
Faculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice | Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Facilitation & Coordination: Kavita Gonsalves
Live coding: Kofi Oduro
Technical Support: Jonathan “Jono” Harrison & Nigel Oram
Video credit: Professor Marcus Foth

Hybrid Live Coding Interfaces 2021: Beyond the Screen
Curated by Montreal-based artist Kofi Oduro (illestpreacha), Hybrid Live Coding Interfaces 2021: Beyond the Screen invites practitioners of live coding and those that are adjacent to submit proposals for lightning talks, mini-performances, speculations/ponderings and/or art works.
Live coding isn’t just about what is written on the screen but also the state of mind, the expression that is being executed by the performer in relation to or in accordance with the state of the intended audience. 
In this call, we are interested in proposals that explore live coding beyond the screen. Examples range from but are not limited to:
Self Care
Imagination
Duality
The Mundane
Translation
World building
Journaling
Exploring the Senses
Exploring the World
Self-Expression
Remixing vs From Scratch
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