The Living Score: Augmenting Co-Operation Between Machines and Musicians
This keynote will present a philosophical perspective on the co-operative relationships between musicians and their technology. It will explore notions of embodiment and augmented relationships between the musicians and their machines through a concept described as The Living Score. Through this concept Vear will present ideas from his on-going research about embodied intelligence and co-operative musicking (Small) within the Flow of music. And he will demonstrate some of his current practice based research, including a collaboration with Anne La Berge, and a Robot named Max. The overarching aim is to understand how we can better create and innovate with our friends the machine and its code
This keynote was presented at the Kyma International Sound Symposium in Oslo, Sunday 15 October 2017
Citation : Vear, C. (2017) The Living Score: Augmenting Co-Operation Between Machines and Musicians.
Research Group : Institute of Creative Technologies
Research Institute : Music, Technology and Innovation - Institute for Sonic Creativity (MTI2)
Peer Reviewed : No
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