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On Junitaki Falls: trio for solo instrument and two A.I. performers
On Junitaki Falls is a composition for live instrument and two artificial intelligent performers controlled by a central computer system that also operates as the score. Although Junitaki Falls exists as a geological feature ...
Designing and Building a 1st stage dataset for embodied music-making (musicking).
The aim of this research project was to design and develop a dataset that captured embodied music-making (hereafter musicking (Small 1989)) for use in human-computer interaction between AI and human musicians. The proposed ...
Postcards (2017) Creative AI mixed-media compositional system for live performance with a human musician
The aim of this research project was to develop a Creative AI compositional system for live performance with a human musician. The resulting composition Postcards centred around a central computer system controlling and ...
Deference, Deferred: Rejourn as Practice in Familial War Commemoration
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2018-12-07)
This chapter examines the gestation of a film/performance multimedia project entitled The Birds That Wouldn’t Sing (2017) that draws on the experiences of Joan Prior, who served in the Women’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS), ...
Art as digital exploration (vectors and nodes)
The early stages of my work in art-technology practice and research were covered in the previous edition of the book of which this is the second edition: ‘Explorations in art and technology’. The research—which vastly ...
Music, gender and the feminisation of British silent cinema 1909-1929
Evolving Installations: Shaping Space
Having been working on several projects together over the past nine years, the authors - an artist and a curator both specialised in computational and media art - discuss a range of issues that have arisen during the ...
Leveraging Online Audio Commons Content For Media Production
With the advent of online audio resources and web technologies, digital tools for sound designers and music producers are changing. The Internet provides access to hundreds of thousands of digital audio files, from human- ...
Evaluating mobile app usage by service sector micro and small enterprises in Nigeria: an abductive approach
(Taylor and Francis Group, 2020-02-16)
This research investigated how mobile apps influence the dynamic capabilities of service sector micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in Lagos, Nigeria. Using an abductive method, data from 388 service sector MSEs was examined ...