Paraphernalia: A Design Approach for Electronic-Performance Tools

Mauro-Flude, M 2015, 'Paraphernalia: A Design Approach for Electronic-Performance Tools', Leonardo, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 292-293.


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Title Paraphernalia: A Design Approach for Electronic-Performance Tools
Author(s) Mauro-Flude, M
Year 2015
Journal name Leonardo
Volume number 48
Issue number 3
Start page 292
End page 293
Total pages 2
Publisher The MIT Press
Abstract This paper addresses the proposition of experiential design approaches in Human Computing Interaction [HCI] and Human Interface Devices [HID]. To amplify the relationship between performer and the spectator when using emergent technologies with real time performance tools, the author refers to a set of self-crafted electronic-performance tools and a performance. This paper opens a pathway for a larger proposal that asks the reader to consider: What are the ways in which we can engineer interfaces that validate the circulation of subjugated knowledges?
Subject Computer-Human Interaction
Digital and Interaction Design
Interactive Media
Keyword(s) HCI
design
performance tools
design fiction
experiemental ethnography
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