TouchDesigner Meetup: Get first-hand insights into the creative process of professionals

Join us February 2nd for a meetup about programming language TouchDesigner. How do professionals use this language for their interactive artpieces or live performances?  Get first-hand insights into the creative process of several artists using TouchDesigner in their work. The floor is open for questions and conversations regarding the software and its usage.

During the meetup, it will also be possible to share about your own practice! If you wish to speak share your own projects incorporating TouchDesigner, you can e-mail us at with a short description of your work. Please bring your laptop or other items that you require to present your work.

Get your tickets here!

  • February 2nd, 20:00 - 22:00 (doors 19:45)
  • De Havenloods, Utrecht
  • €7,50 (regular) / €5,- (student)


Grigory Gromov

Grigory Gromov is an artist in the field of new media in the direction of audiovisual art. The purpose of his work is to study the human perception of audiovisual compositions and sound works. He uses different methods of extracting and creating sounds and noises for his sound compositions, from algorithmic computer systems to recording environmental sounds. Sound and visual medium are the environments in which Grigory works, so most of the time in his work is spent on sound experiments and studying the features of musical acoustics, creating a common context between visual and sound medium and creating audio-reactive generative graphics.

Carolien Teunisse

Carolien Teunisse is an Utrecht based visual media artist and educator. She aims to discover interesting dialogues between merging realities, and between humans and technology by experimenting with projections, computer code and sensing devices to create installations and immersive experiences. She is interested in novel nature experiences by using technology. She is a member and co-founder of DEFRAME, a collective of visual artists whose focus lies on audiovisual installations and live visual performances.

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