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box - 1.2 core questions + method
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During a performance, what are the mechanisms in play that shift my viewpoint of the improvisation machine between viewing it as a separate entity (i.e. chamber music partner) to viewing it as an extension of my body/mind/mindbody (in reference to Hayles and

aiya meets self
www.chua.ch/p/aiya-meets-self

In a time where virtual meetings and remote learning become an accepted normal, and where one develops a heightened sensitivity to what it means to have a human presence, this interactive installation plays with the notions of external embodiment, extended mind

box - 1.3 position on key issues
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From this point, the aspects of agency, extended mind, and external embodiment outlined below attempt to blur the boundaries between human/machine and are valuable perspectives in helping to move away from the dichotomy, though it is still a challenge.

1.3 - Improvisation as an embodied practice
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"While improvising, the body has its own non-rational intelligence other than and apart from cognition or mind superintending all features of its expression." -Patricia L.

4 - Beyond the box
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The improvisation machine's identity plays between being an extension of the human performer's (mind)body, while at other times functioning as an externalized chamber music partner.

9 - Bibliography
www.chua.ch/kug/9

The Extended Mind. The Extended Mind, 58(1), 1–392. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8284.00096. Collins, N. (2006). Towards autonomous agents for live computer music : Realtime machine listening and interactive music systems.

5 - Literature/Resources
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The Extended Mind. The Extended Mind, 58(1), 1–392. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8284.00096. Dudas, R. (2010). “Comprovisation”: The various facets of composed improvisation within interactive performance systems.

box - 6. bibliography
www.chua.ch/box/6

The Extended Mind. The Extended Mind, 58(1), 1–392. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8284.00096. Dudas, R. (2010). “Comprovisation”: The various facets of composed improvisation within interactive performance systems.

3 - AIYA / black box fading overview
www.chua.ch/w/mi/3

> Reflection on machine agency, extended mind vs. separate improvisation entity, instrument vs. improvisation. partner, and impacts on my performance practice (primarily through the lens of sonic behavior and interaction. design). >. black box fading. : chua.ch

box - 3.7 aiya meets self
www.chua.ch/box/3-7

In a time where virtual meetings and remote learning become an accepted normal, and where one develops a heightened sensitivity to what it means to have a human presence, this interactive installation plays with the notions of external embodiment, extended mind