PUBLICATIONS AS AUTHOR
“The Breathing Room: Breathing Interval and Heart Rate Capturing through Ultra Low Power Radar” CHI EA ’18 Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Proceeding Computing Systems. Paper No. D207. Montreal QC, Canada — April 21 – 26, 2018. Print 2018
“ ( 2,2 ) 0 “. C&C ’17: Proceedings of ACM SIGCHI Conference on Creativity and Cognition . Print. 2017
“Cinema by Other Means, Book Review “. Found Footage Magazine. Issue #3. Print 2017
“History Decays into Images not Stories, A Journey with Walter Benjamin from Future to Past”. Found Footage Magazine. Issue #2. Print 2016
CONFERENCES / SYMPOSIUMS
Symposium of Spiritual Technologies within Creative Practices, Invisibledrum Art Association and collaborators, Rosendal Theater, 4th-6th February 2020, Trondheim (NO)
(2,2) 0 Sonic Architecture of the Inner Space at LUX AETERNA. ISEA 2019 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art June 22th- 28th June 2019. Gwangju, South Korea.
“History Decays into Images not Stories” at Beside the Screen Conference, at King’s College and at ISMAI and CIAC. Co-ordinated by Virginia Crisp and Gabriel Menotti. Supported by the AHRC-UK, Capes, CNPq, and FAPES. 5th-6th of July 2018, London & Porto
Artist Talk at Sonar +D International Congress of Creativity, Technology & Business, Sonar 2018 Festival of Music Creativity & Technology. 13-16 June 2018, Barcelona.
“The Breathing Room” at CHI2018 Conference Human-Computer Interaction. Palais des Congrès Montréal. Québec 21-16 April 2018.
Love, Speak Softly at E.X.P.A.N.D.E.D. SOUND into SPACE seminar at Kunstakademiet i Trondheim. Norway. April, 2018
“Invisible Drum” at NSU winter symposium for Circle 7 – Practicing Communities: Transformative societal strategies of artistic research, ReActivate and ReVisit Winter Symposium: March 2nd – 4th 2018 at Zirgu Pasts, Latvian Academy of Culture/Latviljas Kultῡras Akadēmija, Riga. Latvia. March, 2018
“Timeless Machine” Lighting Shorts. Hanna Musiol. Futurescapes. A symposium in New Media, Technology, and Humanities.Meta.Morf, Trondheim. Norway. March, 2016.