Algonoise feat. Olympe de Gouges by Anna Xambó @ LIVECODERA 2022 (March 8, 2022)

Live coding session of Algonoise feat. Olympe de Gouges. LIVECODERA a global live coding community gathering on International Women’s Day. Online event. March 8, 2022.

LIVECODERA: a global live coding community gathering on International Women's Day.

About the event

A global gathering of women livecoders, both musicians and visualists, who showcased their work as well as organised open jams and talks. It was possible to experience the space on YouTube at the Eulerroom YouTube channel or on Mozilla Hubs.

Further information


A live coding session by Anna Xambó at LIVECODERA, a global live coding community gathering on International Women’s Day on 8 March 2022. In this session, the pioneering activist, feminist and playwright Olympe de Gouges is honoured through her emblematic 1791’s text “Declaration of the Rights of Woman and of the Female Citizen” (read by Peggy), which is lively remixed with an algonoise set. The visuals are created using Hydra and based on the image “Portrait of Olympes de Gouges (1748-1793)” by Alexander Kucharsky. The sounds are created with SuperCollider, including self-built SuperCollider extensions such as Algonoise and MIRLCRew2 (to be released soon, a previous version can be found at:

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Sound Credit List (Source: Internet Archive):

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Special thanks to the organisers of the event Alexandra Cárdenas, Iris Saladino and Shelly Knotts as well as all the community of livecoderas who contributed to making the LIVECODERA event a very special, creative and united day. The image of the event has been designed by Flor de Fuego and Joana Chicau using Olivia Jack’s Hydra and is adapted from Lynn Randolph’s 1989 painting “Cyborg”, used in Donna Haraway’s book cover of “Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature”.