Networked Collaborative Processes conference presentations by OSL researchers

Caitlin Rowley and Goni Peles will present their work at the forthcoming Music and/as Process conference on Networked Collaborative Processes. Caitlin will be talking about recent work with fellow Bastard Assignments composer Josh Spear, focusing on their experience of their Lockdown Jams project which has really pushed the various platforms as creative tools. Caitlin has been building a really useful wiki which opens up their experience of different platforms to aid others making work in this way. Goni’s presentation will focus on a playthrough of his participatory audio game Scorecraft, which we have been enjoying testing in the lab over the past few months.

The conference takes place online on Friday 25 June 2021. For more information please see the Music and/as Process site.

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