Events

Upcoming and recent PARIESA events.

Jun 16, 2021

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

NIME 2021

New York University Shanghai, Shanghai, China [virtual conference]

New Interfaces for Musical Expression, also known as NIME, is an international conference about musical expression and artistic performance. The conference started as a workshop in 2001 and, since then, has been held annually around the world. Broadcast performance.

May 6-9, 2021

Panel & Workshop *POSTPONED due to COVID-19*

David Birnbaum, Lauren Hayes, Kerstin Leder Mackley, David Parisi, Mark Paterson, Jessica Rajko,

Uncommon Senses III: The Future of the Senses

Concordia University, Montreal, Canada [VIRTUAL]

Uncommon Senses III: The Future of the Senses will be taking place May 1-4 2020 at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Submissions are invited from scholars across the social sciences, humanities and arts interested in exploring the future of the senses in a changing world. Panel session x2.

Apr 30, 2021

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

DISCO Fridays

UK [VIRTUAL]

A series of online performances broadcast from @DiscoFridays via Facebook Live. Curated by @professor.lofi Fridays from 5:30 to 7:30 UK (GMT +1) with John M. Bowers and Kerry Hagan

Apr 23, 2021

Panel & Performance

Isaac Schankler, Lauren Hayes, Andrew Smith

SEAMUS

Virtual Conference

SEAMUS 2021 Virtual National Conference The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS)


Panel: Telematic for the People: Making Music Online in Less Than Ideal Conditions

Apr 14, 2021

Guest Composer Series

Lauren Sarah Hayes

National Youth Orchestra (NYO) Guest Composer Series

London [VIRTUAL]

The world’s greatest orchestra of teenagers

NYO exists to give thrilling experiences of orchestral music to teenage musicians and audiences who need them most. We believe in the unlimited potential of teenagers and as the future of orchestral music, our musicians are powerful advocates. By harnessing the power of peer inspiration, we target those with the greatest musical commitment and cultural need, enriching the lives of 10,000 young people every year through live performances, and activity in our NYO Inspire and NYO Open programmes.

Apr 9, 2021

Workshop

Ted Moore

AME & PARIESA Present: Machine Learning for Music Making

Virtual Meeting

In this workshop we’ll train neural networks to control synthesis parameters using regression and classify incoming sounds, all in Max. We’ll also cover some basic concepts like, What is machine learning? What kind of data do we need to do machine learning? Why might we use machine learning for music? After the workshop participants will be equipped to envision and execute new music applications using neural networks.

Mar 19, 2021

Performance

Lyn Goeringer, Akiko Hatekeyama, Lauren Sarah Hayes, Kristina Warren, and Cecilia Wu

New York City Electroacoustic Improvisation Summit

Entertainment Technology, New York City College of Technology (CUNY City Tech)

Presented by the Entertainment Technology department of the New York City College of Technology (CUNY City Tech). Lyn Goeringer, Akiko Hatekeyama, Lauren Sarah Hayes, Kristina Warren, and Cecilia Wu : Can you hear me? (DIY software and hardware instruments)

Mar 10, 2021

Guest Talk

Lauren Sarah Hayes

NOTAM Max Meet Up

NOTAM, Oslo, Norway

Invited guest talk. The Max Meetup is an online meetup for anyone interested in programming using Max. It is an informal meeting of Max users for sharing ideas, projects, techniques or simply to help each other out. Often, this is the most effective and inspiring and fun way to move forward with any technology and Max is no exception to this.

Mar 02 & 04, 2021

Guest Talk & Workshop

Lauren Hayes

Interference Seminar Series: MIND + BODY + SPACE

Building 21, McGill, Canada [VIRTUAL]

Conceptualizing musical systems as sets of relationships between living things, machines, and the environment, I will discuss two case studies: firstly, a large-scale installation which was presented in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona, United States, the second case study took place as a series of experiments at the Ars Bioarctica residency in the sub-arctic tundra at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station, University of Helsinki, Finland. Participants will be invited to explore some of the techniques developed within this research through a workshop that will specifically address their own personal situation with respect to site.

Feb 26 2021

Guest Talk

Lauren Hayes

Music Technology Seminar

Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, USA

Invited Lecture

Feb 01, 2021

Guest Talk

Lauren Hayes

Concordia Electroacoustic Studies Students' Association (CESSA)

Department of Music, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada [VIRTUAL]

Talk for Concordia Electroacoustic Studies Students' Association.

Nov 08, 2020

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

LIVE STREAM: Jefferson Park, IL, USA

Live Stream [VIRTUAL]

Local and not local music streamed directly from Jefferson Park, Chicago.

Oct 19, 2020

Performance

Lauren Hayes

AI Music Creativity

Division of Speech, Music and Hearing, School of ECE (KTH) [VIRTUAL]

The 2020 Joint Conference on AI Music Creativity will be entirely virtual. This conference brings together for the first time two overlapping research forums: The Computer Simulation of Music Creativity conference (est. 2016), and The International Workshop on Musical Metacreation (est. 2012). The principal goal is to bring together scholars and artists interested in the virtual emulation of musical creativity and its use for music creation, and to provide an interdisciplinary platform to promote, present and discuss their work in scientific and artistic contexts.

Oct 13, 2020

Performance

Lauren Hayes

ISMIR

Montréal, Canada [VIRTUAL]

"Moon via Spirit" has been accepted for the music track of the 21st International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference

Oct 13, 2020

Poster Presentation

Yanjun Lyu & Lauren Hayes

ISEA

Montreal, Canada [VIRTUAL]

Yanjun Lyu will present a poster on "Exploring Social Coordination through Computationally Augmented Artifacts using Auditory Feedback" at ISEA 2020.

Oct 09, 2020

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes & Kendra Sollars

Interference Series

Live Stream [VIRTUAL]

The Interference Series in Flagstaff, Arizona aims to present the work of local, national, and international artists that is experimental, avant garde, or radical in nature. By providing a consistent home for this innovative and exciting art, we hope to serve as a platform for musicians, poets, performance artists, visual artists, dancers, and other yet to be defined styles of performers as well as building a borderless community that supports it.

Sep 14, 2020

Master Class, Lecture & Recital

Lauren Hayes

Guest Lecture Series in Music Technology

University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE [VIRTUAL]

The University of Nebraska at Omaha Music Technology area started a guest lecturer series in the Spring of 2014, and the lecture series continues to this day as one of UNO’s important cultural offerings, in addition to providing curricular enhancement for our Music Technology area. 

Jul 29, 2020

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

Noise Quest

Live Stream [VIRTUAL]

Live stream experimental electronic music hosted by Graham Dunning

Jul 24, 2020

Paper Presentation

Yanjun Lyu, Brandon Mechtley, Lauren Hayes & Sha Xin Wei

HCII

Copenhagen, Denmark [VIRTUAL]

Tableware: Social Coordination through Computationally Augmented Everyday Objects Using Auditory Feedback HCI International 2020, is jointly with the affiliated Conferences, under the auspices of 21 distinguished international boards of 491 board members from 49 different countries, held under one management and one registration.

Jul 24, 2020

Paper Presentation

Lauren Hayes & Adnan Marquez-Borbon

New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME)

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, UK [VIRUTAL]

Nuanced and Interrelated Mediations and Exigencies (NIME): Addressing the Prevailing Political and Epistemological Crises

Nearly two decades since its inception as a workshop aspart of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), NIME exists as an established international conference significantly distinct from its precursor. While this origin story is often noted, the implications of NIME’s history as emerging from a field predominantly dealing with human-computer interaction (HCI) have rarely been discussed. In this paper, we highlight many of the recent—and some not so recent—challenges that have been brought upon the NIME community as it attempts to maintain and expand its identity as a site for multidisciplinary research into HCI, interface design, and electronic and computer music. We discuss the relationship between the mar-ket demands of the neoliberal university—which have underpinned academia’s drive for innovation—and the quantification and economisation of research performance which have facilitated certain disciplinary and social frictions to emerge within NIME-related research and practice. Draw-ing on work that engages with feminist theory and cultural studies, we suggest that critical reflection and moreover mediation will be necessary in order to address burgeoning concerns which have been raised within the NIME discourse in relation to methodological approaches, ‘diversity and inclusion’, ‘accessibility’, and the fostering of rigorous interdisciplinary research.

May 09, 2020

Performance & Lecture *POSTPONED due to COVID-19*

Bevin Kelly, Akiko Hatakeyama, Lauren Hayes, Auri Hsu

Don’t Call Me a Female Composer

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

Gender Imbalance in Electronic/Electroacoustic Music 

Center for the Study of Women in Society and School of Music and Dance at the University of Oregon.

Apr 10, 2020

Paper Presentation & Performance *POSTPONED due to COVID-19*

Lauren Hayes

Creativity and Improvisation in Thought, Practice, and Mind

Department of Philosophy, University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE

Many human cognitive capacities and processes may be deployed creatively, from unique choices made for oneself up through novel cultural shifts. Similarly, large swaths of our daily lives are taken up with performing spontaneous, on-the-fly, and unplanned activities that are, in a word, improvised.  Charting out the nature of both creativity and improvisation, taken individually or together, remains an open and pressing issue. In this conference, we will delve into various philosophical, theoretical, empirical, and interdisciplinary issues that are related to creativity and improvisation.

Mar 07, 2020

Paper Presentation

Lauren Hayes

Music Technology Pedagogy Summit

Florence J. Gillmor School of Music, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT

Paper presentation.  This summit will focus on issues specific to teaching, program design, curriculum design, and other topics related to music technology pedagogy.  We are presenting this summit as part of a year-long artistic residence with Red Desert Ensemble, a group founded by Katie Porter and Devin Maxwell that focuses on experimental and electronic chamber music, commissioning new works, and music entrepreneurship. Attendees will explore, examine, and discuss challenges and opportunities in music technology pedagogy in all levels of education: primary, secondary, undergraduate, and post-graduate. The day-long summit will feature participant presentations, invited presenters, a panel, and a keynote address by Dr. Linda Antas, associate professor at Montana State University, where her leadership has helped shape a flagship music technology program.

Mar 06, 2020

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

MOXSonic - Missouri Festival

University of Central Missouri Center for Music Technology, Warrensburg, MO

Solo performance. The Missouri Experimental Sonic Arts Festival is operated by the University of Central Missouri Center for Music Technology and the student run MOXsonic Records. The festival takes place at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, approximately one hour south-east of Kansas City, Missouri.

Mar 02, 2020

Guest Talk

Jack McConnell

AMELG: presents...

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

Former DC graduate Jack McConnell returns from completing his masters at the University of Birmingham, UK to present and discuss some of his work. 

Feb 28, 2020

Paper Presentation

Lauren Hayes

Circulations

University of Chicago, IL

Paper presentation. The CHIME Studio (Chicago Integrated Media Experimental Studio) at the University of Chicago will be hosting CIRCULATIONS, a symposium on live audio feedback in art, February 28-29, 2020.  The symposium will include a number of performances and sound installations, as well paper sessions and keynote speaker Dr. Cathy van Eck, professor at the University of the Arts in Bern, Switzerland.

Feb 26, 2020

Performance

Ryan Wade Ruehlen, Algae & Tentacles, Chris Piraino, Kristen Milogos, Jimmy Peggie, Lauren Sarah Hayes

Stop! Silence! Now!

Aside Theatre Company, Phoenix, AZ

Aside Theatre Company Presents: Stop! Silence! Now!



An evening of Sound Art to raise awareness of human rights

Sound art is an artistic discipline in which sound is utilized as a primary medium. Like many genres of contemporary art, sound art may be interdisciplinary in nature, or be used in hybrid forms. Sound art can be considered as being an element of many areas such as acoustics, psycho-acoustics, electronics, noise music, audio media, found or environmental sound, soundscapes, explorations of the human body, sculpture, architecture, film or video and other aspects of the current discourse of contemporary art. 
Some artistic lineages from which sound art emerges are conceptual art, minimalism, site-specific art, sound poetry, electro-acoustic music, spoken word, avant-garde poetry, and experimental theatre.

Feb 26, 2020

Guest Talk

John Melillo

Spacing Voice / Figuring Noise

AME, ASU

John Melillo is an assistant professor. He received his Ph.D. in English and American Literature from New York University in 2010. John was an ACLS New Faculty Fellow at the University of Arizona from the fall of 2011 to the spring of 2013. His book project, Outside In: Noisescapes from Dada to Punk examines the influence of noise on poetry and poetics during the twentieth century. He has written and presented work on empathy in sound poetry, the World War I poets of the Western Front, folk-song utopianism, the post-punk band DNA, and other matters of sound and sense. In addition to his academic research in noise, John plays guitar and sings in the band Algae & Tentacles. John’s teaching and research interests include American and British Modernist and Contemporary poetry, poetics and theory, music and literature, experimental media, sound studies, and war culture.

Feb 16, 2020

Performance & Group Improvisations

Lauren Sarah Hayes with Elizabeth K Bayer, Josh Bennett, Megan DeJarnett, Gabby Isaac, Keith Kelly, Brett Reed,

OME Presents Lauren Sarah Hayes

Lost Leaf, Phoenix, AZ

Fearless Music in the Desert. Join Oh My Ears Presents at Lost Leaf every 3rd Sunday of the month.

Oh My Ears is a new music presenting organization based in Phoenix, AZ.

Feb 06, 2020

Guest Talk

Lauren Hayes

Digital Culture Speaker Series

AME, ASU

The paradigm of enactive music cognition offers an anti-representational framework for understanding musical activity as both corporeal and culturally-situated. In this talk, Lauren Hayes will discuss live electronic musical improvisation as an exemplary model for the enactive framework in its ability to demonstrate the importance of participatory, relational, emergent and embodied musical activities and processes. Following Gallagher, she argues that the Dreyfus model of skill acquisition — where performers develop from novices to experts who may eventually achieve a state of "mindless flow" — does not adequately account for what can happen during various forms of musical play. A critical study of improvisation reveals that a more generous conception of meaningful musical activity is needed, particularly in terms of who is able to take part as an improviser. She contextualises these ideas from the position of being an improviser of live electronic music performed on self-built hybrid analogue/digital instruments, my background in creating expressive musical systems for people with profound and complex learning difficulties, and through my recent explorations of both pedagogical and research approaches to interdisciplinary improvisation.

Nov 21, 2019

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

FluCoMa at hcmf//

Bates Mill Blending Shed, Huddersfield, UK

In a concert exploding with software, five of the world’s leading electronic performers show us what it’s all about. Looking at the spaces around them, the artists involved in the University of Huddersfield’s Fluid Corpus Manipulation project intertwine digital and physical worlds. With a stash of computer processes that manipulate sounds, their music flows together, juggling up techniques and ideas they’ve been sharing for 14 months as a virtual community. 


Co-produced by hcmf// and the FluCoMa project This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 725899)

Nov 20, 2019

Presentation & Plenary

Lauren Hayes

FluCoMa Plenary

University of Huddersfield, UK

Fluid Corpus Manipulation (FluCoMa) plenary presentation talk.

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 725899)

Nov 04, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: Monique Jean - Troubles

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1:45-3pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!


This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Oct 28, 2019

Thesis Defense

Dominic Bonelli

Barrett Honors Defense

ASU

REAL-TIME SYSTEM FOR MAPPING AUDIO TO HAPTICS FOR COCHLEAR IMPLANT USERS


Oct 21, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: Algo - Duck-Rabbit

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1:45-3pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!


This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Oct 12, 2019

Performance

Cecilia Wu, John Robert Ferguson & Lauren Sarah Hayes

Movement Computing (MOCO)

iStage, AME, ASU

Collaborative performance at MOCO 2019.

Oct 10, 2019

Workshop

Xin Wei Sha, Jessica Rajko, Todd Ingalls, John MacCallum, Teoma Naccarato, Lauren Hayes, Garrett Johnson, Emiddio Vasquez, Brandon Mechtley, Chris Ziegler, Seth Thorn, Connor Rawls, Peter Weisman and Assegid Kidane

Movement Computing (MOCO)

iStage, AME, ASU

Co-constructing Events in Responsive Environments


ABSTRACT. A series of workshops, performances and installations hosted by Synthesis & AME at the iStage

We present a suite of approaches to how ensembles of people, technical objects, and processes can co-construct events that make ethico-aesthetic sense to the participants. The intents and techniques range widely: from creative uses of gesture-following or vibro-tactile feedback or whole body interaction in performance works (e.g. Naccarato, MacCallum, Hayes, Rajko, Ziegler, Thorn), to using body-borne sensing, and camera / acoustic feature following and realtime media to study the dynamics of rhythm, sense and affect. (e.g. Sha, Ingalls, Johnson, MacCallum, Naccarato, Rajko.)

Oct 07, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: Water Borders - Harbored Mantras

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1:45-3pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!


This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Oct 04, 2019

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

Studio 300 Festival

Lexington, KY, USA

The Studio 300 Festival explores creative manifestations of technology through concerts and exhibitions of digital art and music. This year’s festival will feature concerts in Haggin Auditorium, and multimedia gallery exhibits in the Morlan Gallery and the online Studio 300 BYTE Gallery. Artists and musicians from Lexington and across world will be participating. A late-night concert will take place off campus at Al’s Bar. Works exploring or utilizing the python computer language, artificial intelligence, haptic interfaces, data visualization/sonification, robotics, hardware and internet hacking, virtual/augment reality, ecological art/music, and interactive internet art/music are particularly welcomed, although all digital art and music submissions on other topics are also encouraged and will be equally considered for programming. Also, “Resilience” is the campus-wide theme for the university for the 2019-2020 academic year, so works that also broadly address resilience (or ephemerality) in digital art/music or human experiences are welcome. Finally, proposals for demonstrations, talk/paper presentations, workshops, or panel discussions are invited.

Sep 27, 2019

Presentation

Lauren Hayes

Arizona Wellbeing Commons

Phoenix, AZ

Economics, access to health services, genetics, the environment, geography, age – all of these and more form a complex web of interdependent influences on wellbeing. The Arizona Wellbeing Commons brings scientists, clinicians and partners together in a powerful network of researchers to tackle the health issues that impact wellbeing in Arizona.

Sep 23, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: rkss - DJ Tools

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1:45-3pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!


This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Sep 10, 2019

Guest Talk

Lauren Hayes

Science of Art, Music and Brain Activity (SAMBA)

ASU

Practice & Research in Enactive Sonic Art - short talk on research activities

Sep 09, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: Mort Garson - Mother Earth's Plantasia

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1-2pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!  This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Aug 20, 2019

Presentation

AME Listening Group

AMELG: Passport to ASU 2019

ASU

Passport to ASU 2019: The AME Listening Group.

May 02, 2019

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

CHIMEfest [cancelled]

Chicago, IL

The CHIME Studio presents CHIMEFest 2019, a meeting of electronics performers and improvisers from around the globe, with leading artists and researchers from the United States, the UK, and Europe. Events on May 2 and 3 include concerts at 7pm each evening, as well as talks by local artists and guests during the day. See the full schedule below for details. CHIMEFest 2019 is a collaboration between the CHIME Studio, the Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition, and the Arts, Science, and Culture Initiative.

Apr 08, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: Evagoras Karageorgis - Kentimata

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1:45-3pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!  This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Mar 17-20, 2019

Conference

Lauren Hayes: Program Chair

Tangible Embedded & Embodied Interaction (TEI)

AME, ASU

TEI 2019 is the 13th annual conference dedicated to presenting the latest results in tangible, embedded, and embodied interaction. It will be held 17th to 20th March, 2019 in Tempe, Arizona, USA. The ACM International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI) addresses issues of human-computer interaction, novel tools and technologies, interactive art, and user experience. The work presented at TEI has a strong focus on how computing can bridge atoms and bits into cohesive interactive systems. The intimate size of this single-track conference provides a unique forum for exchanging ideas and presenting innovative work through talks, interactive exhibits, demos, hands-on studios, posters, art installations, and performances.

Mar 17, 2019

Workshop

Brandon Mechtley, Todd Ingalls, Lauren Hayes et. al.

Tangible Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI)

iStage, AME, ASU

In this workshop, participants will try their hand at a variety of tangible, embodied, and embedded sensing and feedback technologies including vibrotactile instruments, expressive mechatronics, gesturally modulated fields of light, sound, mist, and realtime steerable immersive atmospheres. Working through hands-on experience by theme, participants will be introduced to compositional and experimental methodologies. In the second half of the workshop, participants will compose together some simple “ecosystems” using the Synthesis Center’s hardware-software media choreography architecture (sc), in the iStage experimental theater-scale blackbox space.

Mar 13, 2019

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

TURN UP Multimedia Festival

University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music, Tucson, AZ

Performance: TURN UP Multimedia Festival presented by the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music, in collaboration with the School of Art, and the College of Fine Arts

Mar 11, 2019

Guest Talk

Ben Cooper

AMELG presents Ben Cooper

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

AMELG presents Ben Cooper 


Visiting from Sydney, Australia, Ben Cooper presents his work with Spinstruments, which just was awarded 3rd place in the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition. The Spinstruments are designed to be reactive to the users movements. The device is programmed to assign sounds to particular types of movements so that as the artist builds a choreography, they can also create a song.  The sounds themselves can be interchanged and there are limitless possibilities for combinations of sounds.

Feb 25, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: Burial - Untrue

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1:45-3pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!


This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Feb 22, 2019

Guest Lecture

Lauren Hayes

Creative Coding Lab Invited Guest Talk

University of Huddersfield, UK

CeReNeM’s Creative Coding Lab (CCL) is an international research hub for audio software research, led by Dr Alex Harker and linked to Dr Hyunkook Lee’s Applied Psychoacoustics Lab within the School of Computing & Engineering. The CCL focuses on software programming for creative purposes, with current projects covering applied psychoacoustics, 3D spatialisation, interactive analysis, large database navigation and resynthesis, and creative DSP tools. The aim of the CCL is to produce high-quality research that leads to new open-source software tools, and to enable the further development of these tools through relationships with the lab’s industry partners.

The CCL holds regular open meetings and presentations to provide a platform for its members and guests to share work in progress. The CCL holds an annual symposium as part of the University’s annual Electric Spring Festival.

Feb 22, 2019

Workshop

Lauren Sarah Hayes

Haptics Workshop @ YSWN

University of Huddersfield, UK

YSWN in partnership with Electric Spring, supported by the Centre for Research in New Music (CeReNeM)

Open to all women, female-identifying, non-binary and gender non-conforming people. Attendance is by ticket only, with limited places available.


Description: Explore using bespoke technology for experiencing sound as haptic feedback. Can physically feeling your music offer insight into something about the music or compositional process itself? Does it offer new potential strategies for building digital musical instruments? In this workshop, I will give a brief outline of how and why I have used haptic technology in my own musical practice and then guide participants through various ways to map sound to sensation through DIY technologies. Participants are encouraged to bring their own tracks, performance setups, or synths to plug into the system and experience sound through their bodies as well as their ears!

Feb 21, 2019

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

Electric Spring Festival

Phipps Hall Concert, Huddersfield, UK

Electric Spring is an annual festival of sonic exploration of cutting-edge practice in electronic music. The five-day programme of concerts, installations and symposia brings together a collection of people from diverse musical backgrounds to share their knowledge and perform music. The festival is curated by the Music and Music Technology staff of the University of Huddersfield.

Jan 28, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: Marcus Schmickler - Palace of Marvels [Queered Pitch]

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1:45-3pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!


This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.


Feb 11, 2019

Listening Session

AMELG: Jlin - Black Origami

AME Listening Group

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1:45-3pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome!


This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.


Jan 16, 2019

Guest Talk

Stanzi Vaubel

Stanzi Vaubel

AME, ASU

In advance of her DC Talk, Stanzi Vaubel talks to Site-Responsive Sonic Art class.

Jan 16, 2019

Guest Talk

Angélica Negrón

Angélica Negrón

AME, ASU

Composer Angélica Negrón visits Introduction to Digital Sound to discuss her artistic approach and give a short performance.


Puerto Rican-born composer and multi-instrumentalist Angélica Negrón writes music for accordions, robotic instruments, toys and electronics as well as chamber ensembles and orchestras.

Nov 03, 2018

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

MOOGFEST presents Human and the Machine

Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA

Moogfest Presents
“HUMAN AND THE MACHINE” FEATURING MICHAEL STIPE (AUDIO/VISUAL WORK), AUTHOR & PUNISHER, LAUREN SARAH HAYES, DEANTONI PARKS, A SPATIAL SOUND PIECE BY ERIC MARTY AND VARIOUS MODULAR SYNTH PERFORMANCES TO CLOSE A2RU CONFERENCE

Nov 01, 2018

Paper Presentation

Lauren Hayes & Julian Stein

a2ru: 2018 National Conference

University of Georgia, Athens, GA

The 2018 theme, Arts Environments: Design, Resilience, and Sustainability, is an invitation to explore the relationship between creativity and diverse cultural locations, by framing discussions about design, resilience, and sustainability in context of interdisciplinary artistic and environmental practice. The theme offers an opportunity to think broadly about the ecology of the arts and their environments, in terms of performance, design, and engineering. A land and sea grant institution inextricable from the town of Athens and the broader ecologies of Georgia and the Southeast, the University of Georgia will provide a rich context for thinking creatively about Arts Environments globally.

Oct 12, 2018

Demos

Yanjun Lyu and G. Cooper Jones

Leap Motion Presentations

Matthews Audio Lab, AME, ASU

Graduate and undergraduate student presentations of work involving Leap Motion and Max/MSP.

Oct 11, 2018

Guest Talk

Doug Van Nort

Digital Culture Speaker Series

AME, ASU

Doug Van Nort is an artist and researcher whose work integrates electroacoustic music and collective improvisation with machine agents, immersive sound, embodied listening and networked performance practices. Van Nort regularly presents this work internationally, and recent projects have included compositions for his Electro-Acoustic Orchestra, a soundscape piece for ancient Chinese bells commissioned by the Smithsonian's Freer-Sackler Gallery, a 21-dancer interactive dance and music piece for the National Ballet School of Canada's Asembleé Internationale 2017, and an evolving, solar-powered environmental sound installation commissioned by the Fieldwork land art site. His work is informed by his background and experiences in deep listening, free improvisation, electroacoustic and computer music, mathematics and media arts. Van Nort is the founder of the DisPerSion Lab at York University in Toronto, where he is Canada research chair in digital performance and an assistant professor cross-appointed between the departments of computational arts and music.

Sep 20-22, 2018

Plenary

Lauren Hayes

FluCoMa Plenary

University of Huddersfield, UK

University of Huddersfield Fluid Corpus Manipulation plenary.

Aug 09, 2018

Panel

Lauren Hayes with Patricia Alessandrini, Tae Hong Park, Lemon Guo & Anna Frid

ICMC 2018

Daegu Art Factory, Daegu, Korea


Chairing panel on Feminist Perspectives on Computer Music Practice

Aug 06, 2018

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

ICMC 2018

Sogeum Changgo, Daegu, Korea

Celebrating our 43rd ICMC, we invite the community to consider this year’s theme preserve | engage | advance as it broadly relates to the diverse field of computer music including auditory display, cognition, composition, digital audio effects, digital libraries, DSP, MIR, musicology, multimedia, NIME, performance, perception, soundscapes, and WebAudio.

Aug 04, 2018

Workshop

Lauren Hayes

ICMC 2018

Daegu Art Factory, Daegu, Korea

Workshop on Haptics and Sound


Celebrating our 43rd ICMC, we invite the community to consider this year’s theme preserve | engage | advance as it broadly relates to the diverse field of computer music including auditory display, cognition, composition, digital audio effects, digital libraries, DSP, MIR, musicology, multimedia, NIME, performance, perception, soundscapes, and WebAudio.

Jul 17, 2018

Panel

Jessica Rajko & Lauren Hayes

ISA World Congress 2018

Toronto, Canada


The Politics of Sensation Power, Violence and Justice: Reflections, Responses and Responsibilities
Toronto, Canada, July 15-21, 2018 We have been selected to present on the panel: The Politics of Sensation. Part II. Aesthetics

Jun 27, 2018

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

MOCO 2018

Casa Paganini, Genoa, Italy


5th International Conference on Movement and Computing.

Jun 08, 2018

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

IKLECTIK, London

Iklectik Art Lab, London, UK

Kubov are  hosting a night featuring interactive software/violin/synths to launch new music from a recent residency. Featuring guests Lauren Sarah Hayes (vox/synths/software) + Dara Tef (AV noise/silence)

May 19, 2018

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

MOOGFEST Performance

The Pinhook, Durham, NC

Today Moogfest announces Phase Two of the 2018 lineup, bringing this year’s current roster to nearly 100 musicians, futurists, artists and educators (and there is yet more to come). Heading up this year’s lineup are German post-techno pathfinders Mouse on Mars (two performances); R&B visionary Kelela; Boogie Down Productions cofounder KRS-One; and resurgent English producer Jon Hopkins (two performances).

May 17, 2018

Workshop

Lauren Hayes

MOOGFEST Haptics Workshop

Durham, NC

MASTERCLASS, WORKSHOP, AND DISCOURSE
Moogfest presents a unique participatory experience through an array of workshops conducted by performers, creatives, and pioneering educators. The presenters come from renowned educational and academic institutions to share their insight into creativity.

May 16, 2018

Workshops

Lauren Hayes & Todd Ingalls

MOOGFEST Responsive Environments Workshop

Durham, NC

MASTERCLASS, WORKSHOP, AND DISCOURSE
Moogfest presents a unique participatory experience through an array of workshops conducted by performers, creatives, and pioneering educators. The presenters come from renowned educational and academic institutions to share their insight into creativity.

May 5-7, 2018

Invited Workshop & Lectures

PARIESA + BRAIN

UH-ASU IUCRC BRAIN Collaboration

University of Houston, TX

Collaboration with IUCRC BRAIN, University of Houston. Residency at University of Houston. 


Lauren Hayes visiting as Distinguished Speaker sponsored by the IUCRC BRAIN, College of the Arts, IEEE EMBS Houston chapter and the UH Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA). 


The Building Reliable Advances and Innovation in Neurotechnology (BRAIN) Center is an Industry/University Collaborative Research Center at Arizona State University (ASU) and the University of Houston (UH). This partnership will allow rigorous testing of efficacy, safety and long-term reliability of neurotechnology that would not be otherwise possible within the traditional ‘silos’ of academic, industry, regulatory and clinical communities.

Apr 17, 2018

Performances

Dominic Bonelli, Mark Guzman, Jack McConnell, Andrew Robinson, Elena Savvidou

Transference #6

iStage, AME, ASU

AMELG concert series

Apr 12, 2018

Performance

Lyn Goeringer, Lauren Hayes, Marcin Pietruszewski, Jules Rawlinson et al.

LLEAPP 2018 | Final Concert

iStage, AME, ASU

The sixth installment of LLEAPP takes place at Arizona State University from 4/9 - 4/13.

Apr 12, 2018

Guest Talk

Jules Rawlinson & Marcin Pietruszewski Guest Speakers

Digital Culture Speaker Series

AME, ASU

This talk will address interdisciplinary investigations into action, agency, aura and spectacle in audiovisual music performance, with a specific focus on small ensembles. Using techniques from data visualisation, machine listening and machine learning this presentation investigates poetic ways of exploring productively the tension between legibility and co-agency in performance. Real-time video can reveal and structure collective and individual activity through the capture, transformation and re-presention of interactions. Explorations of visual form and graphic mapping provide new opportunities for performers and audiences to engage with provocation and process in immersive audiovisual performance. Works discussed will include Reqiuem for Edward Snowden, SKR1BL and research in progress that builds on existing strands of work in creative computing, computer music and musicology but seeks to make newly playful and adventurous use of these technique. Our current research aims to pilot a framework for experimentation in graphical representations for multiplayer digital musical instruments in audiovisual performance though visualising and sharing musical gestures in performance, and by devising collaborative strategies for integrated and embedded audiovisual performance.

Apr 09, 2018

Performance

Lyn Goeringer, Lauren Hayes, Marcin Pietruszewski, Jules Rawlinson et al.

LLEAPP 2018 | Welcome Concert

iStage, AME, ASU

The sixth installment of LLEAPP takes place at Arizona State University from 4/9 - 4/13.

Mar 16, 2018

Poster Presentation

Lauren Hayes

Enactivism: Theory and Performance

Department of Philosophy, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN

Poster Presentation:  Enacting Musical Worlds through New Technologies: Haptics, Music Perception, Improvisation, and Emergence Department of Philosophy, University of Memphis Enactivism continues to be developed as a theory of embodied cognition, informed by phenomenology, pragmatism, and ecological psychology. Recent work in this area has fostered theory development and applications across a number of disciplines and topics. This conference will explore theoretical issues concerning enactivist notions of intentionality, action, externalism, the causal or constitutive roles of affect and affordance, predictive coding, and niche construction with respect to consciousness and cognition. An associated workshop will explore application to the area of musical performance.

Mar 01, 2018

Guest Talk

Heather Kelley

Digital Culture Speaker Series

AME, ASU

Heather Kelley (@PerfectPlum) is an award-winning game designer, media artist, and curator.  She is a founder of the experimental game collective Kokoromi, with whom she produced and curated the renowned GAMMA events from 2006 to 2010, promoting experimental games as creative expression in a social context. In 2016 Kokoromi released the retrofuturistic VR puzzle game SUPERHYPERCUBE. Ms. Kelley was named by Fast Company magazine as one of 2011’s thirty most influential women in technology. In 2012, she co-curated Joue le jeu, a groundbreaking 5000 m2 exhibition of video games and commissioned play installations in Paris, France. Ms. Kelley’s extensive career in game development has included design and production of touchscreen vibrator controllers, AAA next-gen console games, interactive smart toys, mobile and handheld games, research games, installation games, and web communities for girls.  In 2015 she became Assistant Teaching Professor in the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University.

Feb 22, 2018

Performances

Jacqueline Fazekas, Gabriella Isaac, Mark Guzman, Jack McConnell, and Emiddio Vasquez

Transference #5

iStage, AME, ASU

AMELG concert series

Feb 16, 2018

Performance

Lauren Hayes

16th Biennial Symposium for Arts and Technology

Connecticut College, New London, CT

Visitor Ion Map “Intersections”, The Sixteenth Biennial Arts and Technology Symposium at Connecticut College is a major international conference of papers, exhibitions, performances, concerts, and panels devoted to exploring the increasing links in the interdisciplinary worlds of arts, sciences, media and technology. This conference features three stimulating days filled with a keynote address, papers, installations and performances by noted leaders in their fields. 

Feb 11, 2018

Paper Presentation

Luo, X., Long, S., Gerard, K., Isaac, G., and Hayes, L.

Association for Research in Otolaryngology MidWinter Meeting

San Diego, California, USA

Session Title: Auditory Prostheses III  Abstract Title: Using Vibrotactile Stimulation to Improve Cochlear Implant Performance in Pitch-Related Listening Tasks  San Diego, California, USA

Feb 08, 2018

Workshop

Jessica Rajko & Lauren Hayes

Alliance of Women in Media Arts and Technology (AWMAT)

UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA

Aesthetics of Touch: Performance Practices and New Media Design 

Alliance of Women in Media Arts and Technology Conference, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 93106

Feb 08, 2018

Performance

Lauren Hayes

Alliance of Women in Media Arts and Technology (AWMAT)

UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA

Simian or Pivot? for live electronics

Alliance of Women in Media Arts and Technology Conference 2018 University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 93106

Nov 25, 2017

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

//hcmf World Premiere | BBC Radio 3

Mates Mill Blending Shed, Huddersfield, UK

Pauline Oliveros The autobiography of Lady Steinway
Pauline Oliveros The Wheel of Time UK Premiere
Enno Poppe Fleisch UK Premiere
Ann Cleare the square of yellow light that is your window UK Premiere
Lauren Sarah Hayes Mini Savior Opt. World Premiere (hcmf// commission)
Archer Spade Improvisation


In what has in recent years become a tradition during the Festival’s closing weekend, hcmf// presents an eclectic mix of work across multiple stages, broadcast live on BBC Radio 3’s flagship new music programme Hear and Now. This year, The Riot Ensemble perform works by the late iconic American artist Pauline Oliveros, including the rarely heard The Wheel of Time, for string quartet and tape. Nikel present the first performance of a new work by Enno Poppe, while Arizona-based Scottish electronic music composer and performer Lauren Sarah Hayes presents the world premiere of her latest work, commissioned by hcmf//. Philadelphia duo Archer Spade complete the line-up.


Produced by hcmf// as part of the Arts Council England International Showcase

Nov 24, 2017

Workshop

Lauren Hayes

//hcmf Improvisation Electronics Workshop

Huddersfield, UK

In this workshop we will demystify some of the processes surrounding live electronic music making. Led by electronic musician and sound artist Lauren Sarah Hayes, participants will be guided through building low-cost, DIY electronic instruments, and explore strategies for improvising using these new creations – as well as learning ways of augmenting them digitally. Using techniques derived from embodied interaction, somatic practices, Deep Listening, and established improvisational exercises, the group will work together to playfully explore collaborative music making.

For female identifying participants only; no experience necessary. Produced by hcmf//

Nov 16, 2017

Guest Talk

Lyn Goerginer

Digital Culture Speaker Series

AME, ASU

By considering the presence of electromagnetic wave field within the context of the history of electromagnetic induction & the meanings and implications throughout history for magnetic force, this talk invites us to question how we engage with, produce and document our relationship with EMF.  Drawing on the EMF based sound art of Christina Kubish, Joe Banks and Joyce Hinterding, we will talk about how these artworks and the technology that used to make them provides insight into the unseen world of electricity. We will also have a chance to use devices that allow the user to listen into the ambient wave fields present in the environment.

Nov 10-12, 2017

Invited Lecture, Roundtable & Workshop

Lauren Sarah Hayes

Ableton LOOP

Funkhaus, Berlin, Germany

Loop is three days of discussions, performances, presentations, studio sessions, installations and interactive workshops aimed at exchanging ideas at the cutting edge of music, creativity, and technology. Bringing together artists, technologists, educators and other creative thinkers, Loop is a collective exploration of what it is to make music today and what it could be tomorrow.

Oct 12, 2017

Performances & Installations

PARIESA, Synthesis, and Meteor Studio research groups

Herberger Institute Day: Interactive. Experimental. AME Research.

iStage, AME, ASU

Come explore the many avenues of Arts, Media and Engineering's research teams - including an improvisational computer music jam session, augmented reality, and an exploration of time and movement with the SERRA project.

Sep 29, 2017

Demo

Gabby Isaac

[AME Grads+] brownbag

iStage, AME, ASU

Gabby Isaac will be presenting her noise-textured force-feedback controller which was recently presented at NIME 2017.

Sep 28, 2017

Guest Talk

Marije Baalman

Digital Culture Speaker Series

AME, ASU

'Immersion, Interaction and Participation in Art and Technology' by Marije Baalman

Sep 20, 2017

Guest Improvisation Workshop

Sean Hamilton

Sean Hamilton Percussion & Improvisation Clinic

AME, ASU

Sean's interests lie in the intersections of new music, electroacoustic music, improvised music, experimental music, and interdisciplinary projects. This project features improvised compositions written to explore the symbiotic possibilities of acoustic and electronic sounds. Most often, the works serve as a form for improvising where the electronics interact with the drums by listening through microphones on the set or by generating "improvised" material using random numbers. All of the electronics are programmed using Pure Data.

Sep 12, 2017

Panel

Lauren Hayes

2017 International Conference on Neuroscience and the Arts

Valencia, Spain

2017 International Conference on Neuroscience and the Arts This unique and intellectually-stimulating conference brings together thought leaders, practitioners and innovators working at the intersection of the arts, sciences, engineering, technology, medicine, and education and developing trans-disciplinary approaches to the study of brain dynamics in action and context,  innovation, creativity, aesthetic experiences, emergence of intent and emotional intelligence, emotional buildings and sensing spaces, art therapy, STEAM education, as well as the latest wearable high-definition brain-body technologies.

Sep 11, 2017

Performance/Lecture

Lauren Hayes

2017 International Conference on Neuroscience and the Arts

Valencia, Spain

2017 International Conference on Neuroscience and the Arts This unique and intellectually-stimulating conference brings together thought leaders, practitioners and innovators working at the intersection of the arts, sciences, engineering, technology, medicine, and education and developing trans-disciplinary approaches to the study of brain dynamics in action and context,  innovation, creativity, aesthetic experiences, emergence of intent and emotional intelligence, emotional buildings and sensing spaces, art therapy, STEAM education, as well as the latest wearable high-definition brain-body technologies.

Jul 03, 2017

Residency

Lauren Hayes, Tobias Feltus

Ars Bioarctica

Kilpisjärvi Biological Station, Lapland

The Bioartsociety is an association based in Helsinki with more then 80 members from Finland and other countries. It was established in May 2008 in at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in Lapland. The Bioartsociety is  developing, producing and facilitating activities around art and natural sciences, with an emphasis on biology, ecology and life sciences. Together with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki it runs Ars Bioarctica, an art&science program with a focus on the the sub Arctic environment.

Jun 30, 2017

Paper Presentation

Lauren Hayes

Sound + Environment

University of Hull, UK

Sound + Environment 2017 is a four day conference bringing together artists and scientists to explore the ways that sound can deepen our understanding of environments. For example, recent developments in the field of ecoacoustics are proving fruitful in assessing ecosystem change. Sound is also increasingly used to monitor built structures and to inform urban design. We can use sound for scientific and artistic exploration, to inform and expand our knowledge of environments and our relationships to the world around us.

Jun 29, 2017

Paper Presentation

Lauren Hayes, Jessica Rajko

MOCO 2017

Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

MOCO is the International Workshop on movement and computing. MOCO aims to gather academics and practitioners interested in the computational study, modelling, representation, segmentation, recognition, classification, or generation of movement information. MOCO is positioned within emerging interdisciplinary domains between art & science.


Jun 01, 2017

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes & Marcin Pietruszewski

Ambient Audiences: Sonic Structures

Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, UK

Live electronics, sound design, creative music practice and digital composition selected by Edinburgh College of Art’s Jules Rawlinson, featuring staff and postgraduate students from The Reid School of Music. Bar and MARK WALLINGER MARK exhibition open.

May 30, 2017

In Conversation

Kristina Andersen, Lauren Hayes

The Galpin Society & The American Musical Instrument Society

Department of Music, University of Edinburgh, UK

The afternoon will open with an “in conversation” discussion on designing musical instruments. 

May 15, 2017

Poster Presentation

Gabriella Isaac, Lauren Hayes & Todd Ingalls

NIME 2017

Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark

The 2017 edition of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) conference will take place in Copenhagen from May 15th to May 19th, organized by the Sound and Music Computing Group at Aalborg University Copenhagen.

May 12, 2017

Panel on Electronic Music

Lauren Hayes

New Music Gathering

Bowling Green State University, OH

New Music Gathering is an annual three-day conference dedicated to the performance, production, promotion, support and creation of new concert music.  

May 11, 2017

Performance

Lauren Sarah Hayes

New Music Gathering

Bowling Green State University, OH

New Music Gathering is an annual three-day conference dedicated to the performance, production, promotion, support and creation of new concert music.  

Apr 29, 2017

Performance & Installation