Live Coding can be understood as making fundamental source code changes to software while it runs, in order to change its behaviour. The classic Live Coding performance consists of one or more programmers on stage, writing and modifying code in order to improvise music and/or video animation (Collins et al., 2003). The code is continually running while being written and modified, creating an unbroken, improvised performance for an audience, who are able to see the code being written as an integral aspect of the work.

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