Politics I Paper Presentation & Performance at SEAMUS National Conference, April 7-8, NYC

Graph example of progressions.

It’s been such an honor and joy seeing how much life my work, Politics I, has been getting! Coming up, the piece will also be performed at the SEAMUS national conference here in NYC in April! I’ll also be giving a SEPARATE presentation on the work, describing the participatory sonification system that underpins the work and how that enables the audience to engage, concretely, with a politics of aesthetic preference. Get those THUMBS READY to text and get ready to compete over the shape of the work!

Visualization of the probabilistic harmonic generation system in Digital Discourse.

More details, including date and time of both the performance and paper presentation, will be coming soon, but even more importantly, I can’t wait to see all the amazing performances and interesting research that everyone is doing!