Processing Community Day @Aarhus 2023 Saturday, Sept 30th 10.00–18.00 @DIDAKTEKET Arkitektskolen Aarhus


PCD @Aarhus 2023 takes place Saturday, September 30th from 10.00-18.00 at DIDAKTEKET, Arkitektskolen, 8000 Aarhus. PCD @Aarhus 2023 is organised by the Code&Share community, Aarhus


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Processing Community Day (PCD) is a day to celebrate art, code and diversity held in communities worldwide. Code&Share[  ] is a community that was born out of PCD @Aarhus 2019.

We are a group of software artists, coders, designers and students at Aarhus University interested in exploring code and software development beyond its functional aspects. Alongside Processing Community Day, we hold monthly meetups where we make workshops, coding sessions and share our projects.

If this sounds interesting to you or someone you know, find us at Facebook and our Website. You are welcome to join us for our next meet up.


Honey Biba Beckerlee Honey Biba Beckerlee’s works manifests in a variety of mediums and crafts revolving around experimentation. Her work is research based and draws on quantum mechanics and feminist new-materialism where her materially focused investigations challenge the idea of a coherent objective reality, such as notions of originality, individualism and anthropocentrism. In 2017-2022 she was the recipient of The Novo Nordisk Foundation, PhD Scholarships in artistic practice research between Århus University and The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen.
Markus Alexander Mejer Bjerremand (He/Him) As a first semester student at the Digital Design master’s degree programme at Aarhus University, my main area of interest lies within exploring how speculative design practices, such as fictional worldbuilding, might be used as a means of critically inquiring into contemporary data practices, and as a tool for exploring future technology/data imaginaries.
Frederik la Cour A reflective sound and interaction designer creating digital and analog instruments, sound art installations, spatial audio in virtual reality(VR) as well as designing sounds and soundscapes for computer games. Graduated from the MSc Audiodesign program at Aarhus university in fall 2022. I am interested in applying new and obsolete technologies within a sonic practice. Revealing inner workings and potential auditive aspects hidden within complex systems as a source of inspiration for creative thinking and developing of new instruments and sounds.
Arnar Ómarsson Arnar Ómarsson is an artist with a degree in photography from University of the Arts, London and a postgraduate degree in fine art from University of the Arts, Iceland. His practice is rooted in a geographical study of information technologies. Infrastructures and surrounding landscapes are woven into the digital experience and vice versa often realized through sculptural installations and video works. In addition Arnar runs Quad Studio, providing 3D design service for visual art.
Jussi Parikka Jussi Parikka is professor in Digital Aesthetics and Culture at Aarhus University as well as visiting professor at the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague. He is the author of several books, including Insect Media, A Geology of Media, and recently, Operational Images (that will be launched at Kunsthal Aarhus on September 28). Jussi has also been involved in several curatorial projects, including Helsinki Biennial 2023, transmediale 2023, as well as the Motores del Clima (Climate Engines) exhibition at Laboral, in Gijon (Spain).
Renée Ridgway Renée Ridgway is a researcher, educator and media artist based in Aarhus, DK and Amsterdam, NL. Presently she is a Postdoc at the SHAPE (Shaping Digital Citizenship) centre at Aarhus University, DK, researching the problematics and politics of Google search as well as alternatives and solutions.
Margrete Lodahl Rolighed Margrete is a digital design masters student at Aarhus University with an interest in posthumanism, physical computing and aesthetic programming. She has a love for plants and is currently working with plants and sensor technology in the field of more-than-human research at the experimental project Growing CoDesign
Signe Regin Runge-Dalager (She/her) I recently finished my bachelor’s degree in Digital Design and I am currently getting ready to start my master’s. I have an interest in User Experience and thinking critically about data (mis)use. When I am not studying I try to finish all my knitting projects while trying to keep all our 30+ plants alive.
Richard Vijgen Richard Vijgen (1982) is an artist and designer whose work focuses on artistic data visualization. He creates multi-sensorial data experiences that visualize the invisible technological dimensions of reality. His work provides poetical interpretations of data and proposes a dialog between the human perspective and the disembodied world of digital networks, algorithms and wireless communication. Founded in 2009, Studio Richard Vijgen has been evolving into an experimental practice that explores new technologies, interactions and aesthetics to visualize the invisible. Richard Vijgen’s work has been exhibited in and collected by museums and art institutions across the world including Centre Pompidou, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Barbican Gallery, ZKM, Ars Electronica, Vitra Design Museum and Manifesta 12.
Anders Visti Artist working with code. Founder and co-editor of the publishing house * [asterisk] from 2002-12. Founder and editor of the printed web publication ‡ DobbeltDagger and initiator of Code&Share[ ] and !=null, two public forums for artists, researchers, developers and hackers using contemporary technology for creative expression and aesthetic inquiry