CODAME PLAY @ SubZERO
Friday, June 7, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 11:59 PM (PDT)
San Jose, CA
A playfull event with a lot of toys for some ART+TECH FUN!
About the 6th Annual SubZERO Festival:
Focused on emerging and present subcultures thriving in our region, SubZERO is a diy, artistically bent, hi/lo-techno mashup where street meets geek. Come downtown on June 7th to San Jose’s SoFA District from 6pm ‘til midnight for an inspired evening of arts & culture. In addition to the South FIRST FRIDAYS monthly art walk you’ll find outdoor stages of entertainment plus artists, performers & musicians celebrating the indie creative spirit!
Josh Nimoy: Multiple touchscreens with OSC signals with musical heartbeats.
James Morgan: Video arcade.
Vinit Patil: Appology, more information coming up. stay tuned!
Ed Key + David Kanaga, Proteus pushing the boundaries of games.
Michael Amundsen: Social interactions in Minecraft and CNC fabrication
Dan Lynch, Lucas Calderin: Laser Harp, YES! Freakin’ laser beams!
More details soon to be announced. Stay tuned! Be ready to PLAY!
We are happy to offer you a chance to test your sensory adaptation skills in the OuterBody Grand Prix at SubZero 2013. This is no ordinary race. You will steer yourself around a racetrack track while only seeing through a camera suspended high up in the air. Will you be able to stay in bounds? Will you be able to avoid the other racers? Will you even be able to distinguish yourself from them? Can you get your name on the leader board? Maybe you’ll be the champion of the festival! For examples of previous OuterBody installations, and to get a sense of what you’re in for, visit outerbody.org/events
Buy your tickets in advance for guaranteed entry and priority race times. Limited tickets available.
When & Where
San Francisco based organization producing not-for-profit events to:
+ Play together with artists, coders, designers, game developers, creators, performers and musicians to experience the intersection of Art and Technology.
+ Celebrate, incubate and support artists to build magic inspiring experiences.
+ Inspire individuals, start-ups and companies by injecting creativity, combining art and technology.
CODAME push the boundaries of hardware, software, and physical/digital mediums with an emphasis on artistic expression and creativity to celebrate the intersection of Art and Technology.
/// ANY PIXEL+BIT COUNTS
CODAME events are made possible thanks to volunteers, event donation tickets and sponsors. We welcome the opportunity for you to join us in a collaborative relationship with support, either financial or in-kind, to continue raising the bar of what’s possible at the nexus of ART+TECH. If interested supporting the CODAME initiative, consider adopting an artist, support or contact us.
/// THE ART+TECH TEAM
A bunch of peeps with a thing for Art and Technology
Commodore (in-Chief) @BrunoFonzi
Amiga (Music Maestro) @Starpause
Acorn Atom (Master Console) @Photonburst
Atari (Artist Canvas) @Mexist
DPS 4 (Art Scientist) @Stefano001
Spectrum (Ultimate Disco) @Irene86g
Cray1 (TechArt Ninja) @KKoechley
Strela (Social Cyberfly) @OliaPospelova
Ultimatrix (Social Engineer) @FelipeBrahm
Lumio (Wiz Art) @HRegev
CRAM (Fundraising Liaison) Karen Hsu
Storm Curve (Fashion Dict8tor) @NancyGarciatv
56k (Art Procurator) @DrawDrew
Captiva (Media Magnet) Julie Goldsmith
Pixar(Video Mugler) @AniMusicSF
Kaypro (Clickety Splash) @Tarwin
JUNO-60 (Markup Master) @Gridwalk
Bitsy (Art Cluster) @KiriRong
SuperNOVA (Text Editor) @BernieSamson
Axon (Data Hacktivist) @Vagabondjack
Exit(0) (Polyglot) @jessefulton
… and more than 100 amazing artists and volunteers…
/// A BIT OF HISTORY
Inspired by the amazing people @BrunoFonzi met after attending Creative Flash Interactive Conferences around the world. Bruno decided to celebrate Art, Technology and Gaming back home in San Francisco. CODAME was born in 2010 on a rooftop in downtown San Francisco together with Coder/Musician/Artist Jordan Gray (aka @Starpause).
After 4 years and more than 30 events, 2013 marks CODAME’s most ambitious year to date. Expanding beyond its stronghold in San Francisco, the community is growing to a national level to encompass gaming, design, big data visualization, hackers, music, large-scale installations, fashion and 3D printing as well as internationally-recognized fine artists.