Category: Residents

  • Research Resident: I. Nakhla

    Research Resident: I. Nakhla

    I Nakhla is our second of two residents we are supporting in collaboration with Digital Gardens festival hosted by AME Huddersfield. Their explorations so far have included exploring live coding of vocal patterns, with our TidalCycles environment together with the tidal-looper plugin. Through on-line sessions, it has been strange live coding our own voices while…

  • Research resident: V Buckenham

    Research resident: V Buckenham

    We’re happy to collaborate with Digital Gardens festival in hosting v buckenham for a research residency, developing a new live coding interface to explore patterning of letter forms. The outcome will be showcased in a workshop and exhibition at the festival in Huddersfield, which runs over the weekend 1st-3rd September 2023. v buckenham is an…

  • Open Call: Algorithmic Pattern research residency

    Open Call: Algorithmic Pattern research residency

    Open call: algorithmic pattern research resident Deadline: 31st August, 2023 BST(the form will close at midnight) We (Then Try This) would like to host a paid resident to explore algorithmic patterns. Residencies are a chance to step away from your usual situation, working in new surroundings, on a new topic, for a short period of…

  • Research resident: Antonio Roberts

    Research resident: Antonio Roberts

    Antonio Roberts will be the third Algorithmic Pattern resident, taking a week out to explore ideas around patterns in their practice here in the Then Try This Sheffield studio. Antonio is an artist, musician, live coder and curator based in Birmingham UK. He is critically engaged with the themes surrounding network culture and in his…

  • Research resident: Kate Sicchio

    Research resident: Kate Sicchio

    We’re excited to host Kate Sicchio as our second Algorithmic Pattern resident in the Then Try This Sheffield studio during April 2023. Kate is a choreographer and technologist, well known for her work in algorithmic choreography and live coding, through a wide range of interdisciplinary collaborations. She will be joining us from Richmond US, where…

  • Research resident: Paola Torres Núñez del Prado

    Research resident: Paola Torres Núñez del Prado

    We’re excited to welcome textile/sound artist, technologist and doctoral researcher Paola Torres Núñez del Prado as the first resident in our lab in Sheffield next week, exploring patterns in Andean culture including the Khipu, and its potential for/as contemporary technology. While visiting she’ll give a free public talk/performance as part of the local Sheffield Pattern…