A short film on livecoding presented as part of the Critical Code Studies Working Group, March 2010, by Stephen Ramsay. Presents a "live reading" of a performance by composer Andrew Sorensen. It also talks about J. D. Salinger, the Rockettes, playing musical instruments, Lisp, the weather in Brisbane, and kettle drums.
Stephen Ramsay is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Fellow at the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities.
[NB: Vimeo doesn't allow HTML in this description field, but the name of Andrew Sorensen's environment is Impromptu. If you google that, you'll find the page for the tool as a well as a gallery of his work.]