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Dr Michaela Palmer


On breathing and geography: Sonifying the Severn as shared generative art practice (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Palmer (nee Reiser), M. (2011, September). On breathing and geography: Sonifying the Severn as shared generative art practice. Paper presented at ISEA2011 Istanbul, The 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art

The paper investigates environmental data sonification as a method, and examines the compromises between quantifying and qualifying data in order to aid listeners’ interpretation of sounds. Based on this it discusses different kinds of ‘accuracies’... Read More about On breathing and geography: Sonifying the Severn as shared generative art practice.

Listening to the mind at play-sonified biofeedback as generative art practice and theory (2011)
Thesis
Palmer (nee Reiser), M. Listening to the mind at play-sonified biofeedback as generative art practice and theory. (Thesis). London Metropolitan University

Explorative play affects the root of our being, as it is generative. Often experienced as a thrill, explorative play gradually lures its players beyond their mental or physical limits. While doing so, it affects players well before they can perform i... Read More about Listening to the mind at play-sonified biofeedback as generative art practice and theory.

Sonic Severn (2011)
Digital Artefact
Palmer (nee Reiser), M., & Jones, O. (2011). Sonic Severn

Soundscapes, sonifications and compositions by staff & students at UWE and CCRI. Exhibited at the Bristol Festival of Nature 2012.