ARG: Kim Newall

Kim Newall is a creative practitioner, educator, and performer. He has a Master’s in Creative Technologies and a long history of working at the intersection of the physical and digital worlds. He performs puppetry, minds bees, generates algorithms and cultivates parallel realities in his cross-material practice. Kim is AwhiWorld’s longest-standing collaborator.  

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In this talk and performance, Kim describes and demonstrates his investigations into algorithmic foraging.

Algorithmic Foraging Performance

Both images and sound have been generated live for this performance using a series of algorithms mixed with digital and physical (pen and ink, watercolour and fine liner) images created by Kim

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