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Marco Donnarumma | sound art and performance art, human body and biotechnology

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Biotechnological Performance Practice / Pratiques de performance biotechnologique
eContact!, 14.2, Canadian Electroacoustic Community, 2012.

 

Book Chapters

Fluid flesh and rhythmic skin: on the unfinished bodies of Stelarc.
Meat, Metal and Code: Contestable Chimeras – Stelarc. Ed. Ryszard W. Kluszczyski. Gdansk: Lazdnia Centre for Contemporary Art, in press.

Nigredo: configuring human and technological bodies.
Experiencing the Unconventional – new materials of artists. Eds. Theresa Schubert-Minski and Adam Adamatzky. London: World Scientific, in press.

 

Journal Articles

Understanding Gesture Expressivity through Muscle Sensing.
Baptiste Caramiaux, Marco Donnarumma, and Atau Tanaka.
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interactions (ToCHI), in press.

Incarnated sound in Music for Flesh II. Defining gesture in biologically informed musical performance.
Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA), Special Issue “Touch and Go”, Leonardo and MIT Press, 2012.

Performing Proprioception and Effort in “Hypo Chrysos”, an Action Art Piece for the Xth Sense.
eContact! Biotechnological Performance Practice / Pratiques de performance biotechnologique, 14.2, 2012.

Fractal Flesh — Alternate Anatomical Architectures: Interview with Stelarc.
eContact! Biotechnological Performance Practice / Pratiques de performance biotechnologique, 14.2, 2012.

 

Online Articles

Google New Breed: the commodification of digital art and its young minds
Furtherfield, London, 2014.

Clean Digital Dancing, a review of Moving Without a Body (Portanova, 2013, MIT Press)
Mute Magazine, London, 2014.

Vanguard: Experience the performance of Marco Donnarumma
Installation Magazine, Los Angeles, 2013.

Origination and Metacreation: a conversation with Ben Bogart
Vague Terrain, 2011.

Golden Shield Music, Sonification of IT censorship technologies
Micro New Media Art Magazine, Is. 00, Shangai, China, 2011.

Openlab Interview
Vague Terrain, 2010.

 

Conference Proceedings

Principles, challenges and future directions of physiological computing for the physical performance of digital musical instruments.
Marco Donnarumma and Atau Tanaka.
Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM), Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Berlin, Germany, in press.

Notes on Bimodal Muscle Sensing for the Sonification of Indeterminate Motion.
Prooceedings of the International Workshop on Movement and Computing (MoCo), IRCAM, Paris, France, 2014. ACM New York, NY, USA. DOI: 10.1145/2617995.2618028

Muscular Interactions: Combining EMG and MMG sensing for musical practice
Marco Donnarumma, Baptiste Caramiaux, and Atau Tanaka.
Proceedings of the Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Seoul, South Korea, 2013.

Body and Space: Combining Modalities for Musical Expression
Marco Donnarumma, Baptiste Caramiaux, and Atau Tanaka.
Work-in-progress accepted at the Conference on Tangible and Embedded Interaction (TEI), Barcelona, Spain, 2013.

Hypo Chrysos: Mapping in Interactive Music Performance Using Bioacoustic Sensing.
Proceedings of the Conference on Tangible and Embedded Interaction (TEI), Barcelona, Spain, 2013. ACM New York, NY, USA. DOI: 10.1145/2460625.2460705

Music for Flesh II: informing interactive music practice with the viscerality of the body system.
Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME), Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, 2012.

Xth Sense: recoding visceral embodiment.
Proceedings of the Computer-Human Interaction Conference, Workshop on Liveness (CHI2012), Austin, Texas, USA, 2012.

A Pd framework for the Xth Sense: enabling computers to sense human kinetic behaviour.
Proceedings of the 4th Pure Data Convention (PdCon), Weimar, 2011.

Xth Sense: a study of muscle sounds for an experimental paradigm of musical performance.
Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), Huddersfield, 2011.

Xth Sense: researching muscle sounds for an experimental paradigm of musical performance.
Proceedings of the Linux Audio Conference (LAC), NUI Maynooth, Ireland, 2011.