Short Paper. Theme Interactive – Networked – Human Computer Interaction Subtheme Symbiotic Imaginaries
The focus of this paper is the codes of human-machine interaction as a way to lay down the qualities of this emerging ecology while recognizing the importance of human accountability and situatedness. Consecutively, the implications of such a coupling for human and machine sensoria is taken into account to envisage the qualities of a distributive sensorium that this regenerative agency can put forth while alluding to practices of situated computing.
- Mona Hedayati is an Iranian-Canadian artist-researcher and a joint PhD candidate in research-creation at Concordia University, Canada and Digital Arts Doctoral Program at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Her interdisciplinary research-practice draws on computation arts, posthumanism, sound design and affect studies. She holds an MFA in Digital Media and an MRes in Socio-Political Art and Design.