Musicians Playing With Computers | Musicians Interacting With The World (online talk & session)
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Musicians Playing With Computers | Musicians Interacting With The World (online talk & session)

Musicians Playing With Computers | Musicians Interacting With The World (online talk & session)

 

I was invited by ACPA (Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Leiden University) to moderate one of the sessions in the ARC (art_research_convergence) 2020-21 program.

The session introduced presentations and discussion by Dr. Jenn Kirby (Lecturer in Electronic Music and Technology at Goldsmiths, University of London), Dr. Anıl Çamcı (Assistant Professor of Performing Arts Technology at the University of Michigan), and myself.

How do each of us design digital tools and computer instruments in order to address the potential needs of a future performance situation? How do these tools and interfaces relate to human behaviour and perception? Can technology in music be used as a critical tool to retheorise not only aesthetic, but also scientific, cultural, and social issues?

Read more about the sessions and watch the presentations:

https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/1118707/1255677