Cynosuric Bodies in The Body in Sound
Book chapter co-written with Margaret Schedel for The Body in Sound, Music and Performance edited by Linda O'Keeffe and Isobel Nogueira.
"In this chapter, we discuss human–computer interfaces that translate bodily movements into sound, and we share expertise by introducing various concepts, case studies, practice-based research, and systems. Special attention is given to issues of accessibility and equity, which are crucial when engaging in embodied practices."
Interactive chapter includes Handography exercises where readers can follow along to understand through embodiment the case studies and concepts discussed.
photo by Lina Espada
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