Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

School of Media and Communication

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Joanne Armitage

New/Digital Media Tutor

0113 343 9946

G23.c

Office hours: Wednesday 12:00-13:00

BSc

Joanne is a creative technologist and artist working with sound, physical computing, digital media and interaction design. Her current practice-based research explores how digital sound can connect with the body through haptic feedback.

Research Interests

  • Physical computing
  • Music technologies
  • Live coding/improvisation
  • Computer music
  • Data mapping
  • New/digital media
  • Haptic feedback technologies
  • Gender and technology

Teaching

COMM5770 New Media Independent Project

COMM5725 Media Production Skills

COMM2700 Working in Digital Media

Research Projects & Grants

Grants, Awards and Prizes

Music and Letters Award, Oxford Journals (July 2015)

Best Paper Prize (PhD), Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research, Plymouth (2015)

Sound and Music, Francis Chagrin Award (May 2014)

University Research Scholarship, University of Leeds (2012-15)

Best Paper Prize, Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, British Computer Society, London (2012)

Research Centres & Groups

Interdisciplinary Centre for Scientific Research in Music (ICSRiM)

External Appointments

Conference Organising Committee, Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, British Computer Society, London.

Professional Practice

Armitage, J. & Ng, K. (2015). “Feeling Sound: Exploring a haptic-audio relationship.” Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research, Plymouth, UK.

Armitage, J. & Ng, K. (2015). “Configuring a Haptic Chair for Musical Performances.” Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, British Computer Society, London.

Armitage, J. & Ng, K,. (2014). Tactile Composition: Communications and configurations for a Haptic Chair. International Computer Music Conference, Athens, Greece (pp. 547-552).

Ng, K, Armitage, J. & McLean, A. (2014). The Colour of Music: Real-time Music Visualisation with Synaesthetic Sound-colour Mapping. International Conference of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, London, United Kingdom (pp.17-20).

Armitage, J. & Ng, K. (2013). Augmented Opera Performance. In P. Nesi & R. Santucci (Eds.), International Conference on Information Technologies for Performing Arts, Media Access and Entertainment, LNCS, Porto, Portugal.

Armitage, J. & Ng, K. (2013). Multimodal Music Composition. International Conference of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, London, United Kingdom.

Ng, K., Armitage, J. & McLean, A. (2013). The Colour of Music: Transdomain mapping of sound. The International Colour Association, Newcastle, United Kingdom.

Armitage, J., Bakanas, P., Balmer, J., Halpin, P., Hudspeth, K., & Ng, K. (2012). mConduct: Transcending Domains and Distributed Performance. In M. Marolt, M. Kaltenbrunner & M. Ciglar (Eds.), International Computer Music Conference (pp. 204-211). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.bbp2372.2012.038.

Bakanas, P., Armitage, J., Balmer, J., Halpin, P., Hudspeth, K., & Ng, K. (2012). mConduct: Gesture Transmission and Reconstruction for Distributed Performance. In P. Nesi & R. Santucci (Eds.), International Conference on Information Technologies for Performing Arts, Media Access and Entertainment (pp. 107-112). Florence: Firenze University Press.

Armitage, J., Bakanas, P., Balmer, J., Halpin, P., Hudspeth, K., & Ng, K. (2012). mConduct: A Multi-Sensor Interface for the Capture and Analysis of Conducting Gesture. In S. Dunn, J. P. Bowen & K. Ng (Eds.), International Conference of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (pp. 229-236). London: BCS.

Armitage, J. & Ng, K. (2015). “Feeling Sound: Exploring a haptic-audio relationship.” Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research, Plymouth, UK.

Armitage, J. & Ng, K. (2015). “Configuring a Haptic Chair for Musical Performances.” Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, British Computer Society, London.

Armitage, J. & Ng, K,. (2014). Tactile Composition: Communications and configurations for a Haptic Chair. International Computer Music Conference, Athens, Greece (pp. 547-552).

Ng, K, Armitage, J. & McLean, A. (2014). The Colour of Music: Real-time Music Visualisation with Synaesthetic Sound-colour Mapping. International Conference of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, London, United Kingdom (pp.17-20).

Armitage, J. & Ng, K. (2013). Augmented Opera Performance. In P. Nesi & R. Santucci (Eds.), International Conference on Information Technologies for Performing Arts, Media Access and Entertainment, LNCS, Porto, Portugal.

Armitage, J. & Ng, K. (2013). Multimodal Music Composition. International Conference of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, London, United Kingdom.

Ng, K., Armitage, J. & McLean, A. (2013). The Colour of Music: Transdomain mapping of sound. The International Colour Association, Newcastle, United Kingdom.

Armitage, J., Bakanas, P., Balmer, J., Halpin, P., Hudspeth, K., & Ng, K. (2012). mConduct: Transcending Domains and Distributed Performance. In M. Marolt, M. Kaltenbrunner & M. Ciglar (Eds.), International Computer Music Conference (pp. 204-211). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.bbp2372.2012.038.

Bakanas, P., Armitage, J., Balmer, J., Halpin, P., Hudspeth, K., & Ng, K. (2012). mConduct: Gesture Transmission and Reconstruction for Distributed Performance. In P. Nesi & R. Santucci (Eds.), International Conference on Information Technologies for Performing Arts, Media Access and Entertainment (pp. 107-112). Florence: Firenze University Press.

Armitage, J., Bakanas, P., Balmer, J., Halpin, P., Hudspeth, K., & Ng, K. (2012). mConduct: A Multi-Sensor Interface for the Capture and Analysis of Conducting Gesture. In S. Dunn, J. P. Bowen & K. Ng (Eds.), International Conference of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (pp. 229-236). London: BCS.

Links

http://joannnne.github.io/

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