KeyWorx (previously named Keystroke)
Multimedia software for networked live performance, developed since 1998 at the Waag Society, Amsterdam.

Description (from 2001):
"Keystroke is an application through which image, sound, text and animation can be created and manipulated live on the Internet. It is a multi-user tool and can be used by professional artists as well as others interested. It is possible for instance to have a jam session between a visual artist and a musician in the same place, or with a DJ and a VJ at different locations. Keystroke is inspired by the notion of synaesthesia; to hear images and see sound." (src(external link))

KeyWorx was used among others for the following projects:
Hot Wired Live Art, Bergen, Norway, January 2000

Interfacing Realities, Rotterdam-New York, March 1st 2003
Live transatlantic performance at the Dutch Electronic Arts Festival DEAF03 by artists Michelle Teran, Isabelle Jenniches, Lodewijk Loos, Eric Redlinger, Arjen Keesmaat and Daniel Vatsky.


KeyWorx website: link)

Interfacing Realities: link) - project website link) link)

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