There will be an EAVI presence at the Sound and Music Computing Conference at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology this week, with two papers, Adam Parkinson and Atau Tanaka, “Composing for Cars” and Adam Parkinson and Koray Tahiroğlu, “Composing Social Interactions for an Interactive-Spatial Performance System”.
The proceedings have already been published, so you can have a read of the papers here
If you are in Stockholm, the full programme is up here; come and say hello!
Looking forward to an intense couple of days of papers and performances: last year’s SMC performance programme was really outstanding.
Adam is also excited about trying a Smörgåsbord.