AURALROOTS: Cross-modal Interaction and Learning

  • ©ISEA2016: 22nd International Symposium on Electronic Art, Jill Scott, AURALROOTS: Cross-modal Interaction and Learning
  • ©ISEA2016: 22nd International Symposium on Electronic Art, Jill Scott, AURALROOTS: Cross-modal Interaction and Learning
  • Auralroots, 2015, interactive screen composition C, A female artist listening to scientists © Jill Scott

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  • Interactivity, Modes of

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  • AURALROOTS: Cross-modal Interaction and Learning

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  • Abstract (short paper)

    AURALROOTS is a media sculpture that combines viewer interaction with inspirations from tactile and aural sensory perception. The sculptural form is based on the functions and forms of the stereocilia, tiny hair cells on our auditory nerves of the inner ear in the cochlea. The content of AURALROOTS is about how we learn through sounds from being embodied in different environments: a) as a growing embryo in the womb, b) as a daughter listening to her mother and finally c) as a female artist communicating with auditory scientists.

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