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There will be a number of events happening in Cambridge and London around the CODE conference. These include:


Tuesday 3 April
This is Serbia Calling, by Matthew Collin
  Book launch with Matthew Collin, Drazen Pantic of B92 and Gordan Paunovic, B92 DJ
  Presentation and discussion, followed by party
  6:30 - 11:00 pm
  The Foundry, 84-86 Great Eastern Street, London EC2
  For further details contact: Anna Vallois, tel 0207 354 1949
Wednesday 4 April
No ghost, Just a shell, by Philippe Parreno and Pierre Huyghe
  Private view for CODE participants
  8 - 9 pm
  Institute of Visual Culture, Cambridge
The Smell of Money, by Matt Rogalsky
  Site-specific installation: a meditation on money rendered in graphics and sound
  6 pm onwards
  The Judge Institute of Management Studies, Cambridge
  Wednesday 4 - Saturday 7 April
  Facilitated by Cambridge Darkroom Gallery / Institute of Visual Culture, Cambridge
Thursday 5 April
Perceiving the Invisible, by Catherine Watling
  An exploration of how, via technology, elements of the universe that were previously invisible to the human eye are revealed.
  9 am onwards
  The West Gallery (adjacent to Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens' College)
  Thursday 5 - Saturday 7 April
  Admission restricted to CODE participants
Friday 6 April
Music and Art Works, by Jonathan Impett and Ernest Edmonds
  Performances, followed by party
  7:30 - 10:30 pm
  Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
  For further details contact: Lizzie Muller, tel 01223 352124
  Presented by Kettle’s Yard and the Digital Arts Network
Saturday 7 April
RADICAL workshop/demonstration
  10 am - 6 pm
  ADC Theatre, Cambridge
  For further details contact: Lizbeth Goodman
Sunday 8 April
Those Marvellous Men and their Machination Machines
  Seminar about Text, Code and Language
  2:30 - 5:30 pm
  Tate Modern, London
  Programmed by Mute Magazine
  Related papers
Wednesday 11 April
Music Copyright and the Net, Cybersalon
  The legal, technical and aesthetic issues raised by the crisis of music copyright in the age of the Net
  1 pm onwards
  ICA, London
  Programmed by Richard Barbrook
  For further details contact: Niki
  Cybersalon funded by: Sun Microsystems, Hypermedia Centre at University of Westminster, ESRC and New Media Knowledge and ICA
Friday 20 April
Out of Control? MP3 and the popular music industry
  One day conference on music, copyright and intellectual property
  9:30 am - 4:30 pm
  University College Worcester
  For further details contact: Lee Marshall


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