Explorations in hybrid art, design and music
FIBER presents Coded Matter(s); an event-series exploring the explosion of digital processes taking place in hybrid art, design and music and the ripples this causes. During these events artists, designers, musicians and other creatives will demonstrate the immense possibilities offered by digital systems and creative coding platforms for the creation of visual art, generative design, interactive installations, multi-sensory performances and enchanting scenography.
Together with partners like Flemish Arts Centre De Brakke Grond, MU, TodaysArt and 5 Days Off we’ve created a series of enticing programmes with talks, showcases and performances. Our programmes presented how artists create connections within their work between human expression, technology, computer-generated data and their physical surroundings. Coded Matter(s) has set out to further explore how technology enables new forms of artistic expression. On this page you’ll find the upcoming and past events.
Coded Matter(s) functions as a platform for bringing together frontrunners within many creative disciplines. Furthermore, FIBER (the platform of which Coded Matter(s) is a part) aims to open up these developments and make them accessible to a broad audience, providing opportunities to experience the many possibilities and tools. Within this series, groundbreaking interactive installations, process based design, audiovisual dance and music performances, Do-It-Yourself (DIY) platforms, data art and digital scenography will be addressed.
Coded Matter(s) is supported by the Creative Industries Fund NL
FIBER is a Dutch interdisciplinary organisation which presents new developments in audiovisual art, digital culture and the experimental and deeper corners of electronic music. The team works year round with a vibrant network of artists, designers, researchers and developers, who aspire to introduce mind-bending experiences to a broad audience. Special attention goes out to the support of up and coming talents across numerous creative disciplines. FIBER aims to explore hybrid forms of art, the power of media and network technology, and encourages an exchange of views between the makers and their audience.