Creative Code Meetup XXIII

For our March Creative Code Meetup we are excited to have presentations from three very talented visual artists using creative code to bring life to new forms of narratives. This Meetup will be an exciting view into works pushing the boundaries of VR, storytelling and developing tools for creative production.
Entry is $5-$20 sliding scale to support Gray Area's continued programming.

Doors are at 7pm and presentations will start by 7:30pm. CASH BAR FOR 21+



Marpi is a Senior Creative Developer and team lead with twelve years of experience in the industry, including 10 years in agency environments. Throughout the years he has migrated between different technologies and media, in both the commercial and art worlds. He has worked with clients such as Qatar Foundation, Disney, Adobe, Toyota, MTV, Puma, Nintendo, Hennessy and Wrangler, and has won several awards including Webby, One Show, Pixel Awards, SXSW Interactive, The FWA (x21) and .NET Magazine site of the year.

Can Buyukberber

Can Buyukberber is a visual artist working on immersive audiovisual experiences that’s embodied both in physical and digital spaces. His practice consists of experiments with different mediums and display technologies, such as projection mapping, virtual reality, geodesic domes and digital fabrication methods. Driven by an interdisciplinary thinking which extends to art, design and science, Buyukberber’s work often focuses on human perception, exploring new methods for non-linear narratives, geometrical order, synergetics and emergent forms. He has exhibited in international media art festivals, conferences and galleries in Europe, Canada and United States, including collaborations with Grammy-Award winning rock band Tool and Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. He is currently studying at San Francisco Art Institute’s Art and Technology MFA program as a Fulbright Grantee and is a resident artist at Autodesk’s Pier 9 AiR Program.

Stephen Braitsch

Stephen Braitsch is an American designer, researcher, engineer, filmmaker and producer based in San Francisco, California. He builds open source tools, physical products and digital experiences that aim to support, educate and empower others. In 2010 he founded the San Francisco Creative Coders, a social group for artists, hackers, makers, designers, and storytellers to pool resources and build friendships in the Bay Area.