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Peer-Reviewed and Invited Publications
Beyond Verbal: Conceptualizing Energy Expenditure in Physical Interaction. Frontiers in Robotics and A.I. (forthcoming)
Responsible Knowing in Partnering. Performance Philosophy (forthcoming).
Conceptualizing Care in Partnering. Journal of Performance Research (forthcoming).
Choreographing the Personal: A Profile of Jessica Roseman. Boston Art Review (2021).
Can a Robot Do a Trust Fall?: Absurdity as a Component of Human Intelligence and Embodiment. Creative Computing (2020)
Embodied Ethics: The Conditions and Norms of Communication in Partnering. Thinking Touch Edited Volume (2020).
Partnering as Rhetoric. A World of Muscle, Bone & Organs: Research and Scholarship in Dance (2018).
Project Site: A Guide to Responsive Placemaking. (2022).
Priming Haptic Values with Wearable Tech. Partnering Lab 2020.
Beyond Imitation: Generative and Variational Choreography via Machine Learning. arXiv:1907.05297 (2019).
Choreographic and Somatic Approaches for the Development of Expressive Robotic Systems. Arts (Vol. 7, No. 2, p. 11) (2018)
Quantifying Coordination. Motion and Computing (2018).
Action–effect congruence during observational learning leads to faster action sequence learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68(11), pp.2200-2215 (2015).
"Feeling Beyond Touch" Panel Discussion, New Museum (2022).
(Not) Dancing On My Own. New Museum (2021).
Invited Presenter "Normative Problems in Partnering" at Responsive Bodies Symposium (Berlin) (2021).
Attunement: Or That Which Cannot Be Measured. by Harvard ArtLab and New Museum (NYC) -- (2020 - postponed).
"Dance and Empathy", Branches of the Same Tree Symposium. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, October 25th, (2019).
The Art and Science of Partnering. Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, July 22-28, 2019.
“Care, Dialogue, and Wearable Tech”. (Re)Patterning Performance, Center for Performance Research, June 7-9, 2019 (New York City).
"Wearables and Partnering". Conference for Research in Choreographic Interfaces (Brown University), February 22, 2019.
TEDx Providence, October 13, 2018.
"Fun Things to Do in New York City in September (Dance)" New York Times (2022).
"5 Scientific Steps That Will Make You a Better Dancer". Mental Floss (2019).
"The Ethics of Dancing". Albany Union Times (2019)
"Sliding Across the MFA Floors". Music Intelligencer (2017).
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