Live Coders @ Codie
Kate Sicchio (US) is a choreographer and media artist based in Richmond, Virginia, specializing in algorithmic choreography and wearable technology. She has shown work at many international venues, including New York Hall of Science (US), Access Space (UK) and Inspace Gallery (UK).
When not live-coding, Sarah Groff Hennigh-Palermo (DE) makes large-scale video art and computer programs in Berlin. She has shown work at Pioneer Works (US), Westbeth Gallery (US), and Nomas* Gallery (UK).
Melody Loveless (US) is a musician and creative technology artist, and educator based in Brooklyn. In addition to live coding, her work ranges from generative sound installation, sound sculpture, and multichannel performance. She has taught creative and musical technologies at various institutions across NYC and currently teaches at Harvestworks and Hunter College.
Together they are Codie, a live-code collective made up of Sarah Groff Hennigh-Palermo, Melody Loveless, and Kate Sicchio. It was formed in 2017 when the three were members of Live Code NYC. Since then, as members have dispersed through the US and EU, Codie has continued to perform together: virtually and IRL. Sarah creates visuals with La Habra, a self-made SVG framework, and Melody and Kate collaborate with Sonic Pi. Codie has performed at Eyebeam, Performance Space New York, and (Le) Poisson Rouge in New York, as well as in Madrid, Sheffield, Limerick, and Berlin.