Glisp: Lisp-based Graphic Design Tool

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*All presentations are available in the virtual platform on-demand. There will be a Real-Time Live! gallery onsite in Hall E, Tokyo International Forum from 15 – 17 December 2021. Watch the LIVE demonstrations from 10.30am-12.30pm on 17 December in Hall C, Tokyo International Forum and online.

Description: Glisp is a Lisp dialect, creative coding environment, and graphic design tool that provides artists a set of features to program unique ways to draw graphics to fit their own purpose. The goal of the project is to bring the extensibility of programming into our daily graphic design seamlessly.

Baku Hashimoto, INS Studio, Japan

Baku Hashimoto is a video director/visual artist/creative coder based in Japan. Having backgrounds in both digital arts and filmmaking, he works on everything from MVs and web features to interactive art, conducts experiments in different modes of expression, and explores diverse styles of video and graphics.