Enactive Interfaces

Live music making can be understood as an enactive process, whereby musical experiences are created through human action. This suggests that musical worlds coevolve with their agents through repeated sensorimotor interactions with the environment (where the music is being created), and at the same time cannot be separated from their sociocultural contexts. This research investigates this claim by exploring ways in which technology, physiology, and context are bound up within different musical scenarios including live electronic musical performance; and person-centred arts applications of NIMEs.

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PARIESA | Practice and Research in Enactive Sonic Art

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