• The Feather Quartet 

      Vear, Craig (Presentation)
      The Feather Quartet is a digital score for an improvising quartet. It is inspired by an extract from a Tove Jansson short story The Scolder from her book The Summer Book. In this extract an elderly grandmother is lying ...
    • Hope, Sanctuary, Place: Digital Operatic Stories of Refugees in Leicester 

      Vear, Craig (Presentation)
      This R&D project will engaged with groups of asylum seekers/ refugees in the East Midlands and create a digital operatic performance with and about their stories. In the spirit of Cardboard Citizens we engaged with refugees/ ...
    • The Living Score: Augmenting Co-Operation Between Machines and Musicians 

      Vear, Craig (Conference)
      This keynote will present a philosophical perspective on the co-operative relationships between musicians and their technology. It will explore notions of embodiment and augmented relationships between the musicians and ...
    • On Junitaki Falls - A.I. installation 

      Vear, Craig (Presentation)
      On Junitaki Falls, is a composition for live instrument and two artificial intelligent performers controlled by a central computer system which also operates as the score. Although Junitaki Falls exists as a geological ...
    • on Junitaki Falls - Film 2 

      Vear, Craig (Video)
      On Junitaki Falls, is a composition for live instrument and two artificial intelligent performers controlled by a central computer system which also operates as the score. Although Junitaki Falls exists as a geological ...
    • Postcards 

      Postcards explores augmented conversations across time, place, technology and people. The source material is a collection of long-distant conversations between several people immutably bound together. The central texts are ...
    • Postcards 

      Postcards explores augmented conversations across time, place, technology and people. The source material is a collection of long-distant conversations between several people immutably bound together. The central texts are ...