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... Media Communities Search form Search Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Menu Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Search Search form Search KU AUMI InterArts AUMI KU InterArts is a Member of the AUMI Consortium an international research group dedicated to exploring sustaining developing and sharing the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument Each AUMI Consortium Member institution has a particular area of focus Ours is interdisciplinary arts and improvisation What is the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument AUMI Adaptive Use Musical Instruments AUMI software interface enables people who have very limited controlled voluntary movement to independently engage in music making Led by musician composer and humanitarian Pauline Oliveros the Adaptive Use Musical Instruments AUMI project brings together the expertise of technicians at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute RPI and the community education initiatives of the Deep Listening Institute The Adaptive Use Musical Instruments software interface enables the user to play sounds and musical phrases through movement and gestures This is an entry to improvisation rather than hitting the right notes or playing set pieces of music Instead the software uses music as a way for participants to express a range of affects both by themselves and in response to or in conversation with others While the AUMI interface can be used by anyone the focus has been on working with children who have profound physical disabilities In taking these participants as its starting point the project attempts to make musical improvisation and collaboration accessible to the widest possible range of individuals This approach also opens up the possibility of learning more about the relations between ability the body creativity and improvisation...

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