I did a gig with Tim Conrardy, doing music and graphics at Works Gallery in San Jose. I used new software that generates graphics using simulated gravitational attraction between objects. The software also did MIDI looping. The video here is a collection of snippets from an hour-long live improvised performance.
The graphics software is a noteworthy advancement for me - it makes use of Python from within a Freeframe plugin, using Cairo for drawing the graphics, and using Chipmunk for the physics simulation. This means that I'm finally able to combine the two types of graphics that I've been doing separately for the last few years (geometric, and video/bitmap processing) in a single programming environment on a single machine.