Page Title: Publications — Kate Sicchio

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Page Text: 2016 Intersecting Art and Technology in Practice: Techne/Technique/Technology. (co-edited by Camille Baker). Routledge. Articles 2020 History of Internet Performance. Dancegeist. 2018 Hacking the Body 2.0: dancing between commercial and DIY wearable technology. International Journal for Performance Arts with Digital Media. Routledge. 2017 Sound Choreography <> Body Code: Software Deployment and Notational Engagement Without Trace. Contemporary Theatre Review. Taylor and Francis. 2016 Editorial Live Coding Special Issue. International Journal for Performance Arts with Digital Media. Routledge. 2015 Data Management Part III: An Artistic Framework for Understanding Technology without Technology in Media N: Journal of the New Media Caucus. 2015 Dancing APIs. Hack Circus. Issue 5. 2014 Hacking Choreography: Dance and Live Coding. Computer Music Journal. Spring. 38(1). MIT Press. 2013 Choreotopology: Interrelationships in Movement, Screens and Live Performance. Leonardo Electronic Almanac 19(3). MIT Press. 2013 Students perceptions of collaborative learning in intermedia and performance arts. Learning Performance Quarterly 4(1). Sage Publications. Book Chapters 2017 Critical Interventions in Wearable Tech, Smart Fashion & E-textiles in Art and Performance. Digital Bodies: Creativity and Technology in the Arts and Humanities. Palgrave MacMillan. 2016 Wearable Costumes. Wearable Recipes: Crafting Technology with Fashion. Apex. 2014 Coding Choreography: Twists in Language, Technology and Movement Torque 1: Mind Language Technology. Links Editions. 2013 Digital Performance. Observing Theatre: Spirituality and Subjectivity in Performing Arts. Rodopi. 2012 Hacking choreography beta v.02. On turtles and dragons and the dangerous quest for a media art notation system. Times Up Press. Book Reviews 2012 Book Review. Journal of Gender Studies 21(3). 2008 Book Review. International Journal of Performance Arts with Digital Media 4(1) Invited Talks 2021 Prototyping Interactive Dance Costumes. Worchester Polytechnic Institute. Online. 2020 Hacking Choreography: Dance Composition Through Live Coding. University of Toronto. Toronto, CAN. 2020 Algorithmic Choreography. Virginia Commonwealth University. Richmond VA, USA. 2020 Algorithmic Choreography. University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland. 2020 t-SNE. Brown University. Providence, RI USA. 2019 Live Coding Visuals and Sound. Bard College. NY, USA 2019 Algorithmic Dance Composition Through Live Coding. Expo’74 (Max Conference), Mass MoCA USA 2019 LiveCodeLab, New York University, Brooklyn NY, USA 2018 Freakonomics Podcast, Joes Pub, New York City, NY, USA 2017 The Conference. Malmo SE 2017 Eyeo Festival. Walker Arts Center. Minneapolis, MN USA 2017 Resonate Festival. Belgrade RS 2017 Leaders in Software Art. New York, NY US 2016 Embodying Programming Paradigms. Institute for Music and Media. Dusseldorf DE 2016 Teaching Technology to Kids who Learn Differently. Creative Tech Week NYC. New York NY 2016 HTB2.0. MVR4. New York NY 2015 Non Traditional Paths into Technology. Women Who Code @ Harry’s. New York NY 2015 Dancing and Coding. Girls Who Code @ Accenture. New York NY 2015 Laban Movement Principles for UX Design. Fjord. New York NY 2015 Intro to Physical Computing. Women Who Code @ Huge. New York NY 2015 Hacking Choreography. School for Poetic Computation. New York NY 2015 Hacking Choreography. Babycastles. New York NY 2015 Physical Computing Workshop. Connecticut College. New London CT 2014 Live Coding Choreography. Node Code. Frankfurt DE 2014 Hacking the Body. Wearable Horizons. South Bank Centre, London UK 2014 Programmer as Choreographer: Coding, Hacking, Dancing. Scrambled Messages Workshop. Kings College, London UK 2014 Hacking Choreography 2.0 (with Nick Rothwell) EU Art ICT Connect, EU Commission, Brussels BE 2014 Choreotoplogy: Complex Space in Choroegraphy with Real Time Video. Real Time Visual Conference, Newcastle UK 2013 Being Interdisciplinary. UArts Multimedia Department. University of the Arts, Philadelphia US 2013 Hacking Choreography. Datarama at Pixel Palace, Newcastle UK 2013 Live Coding Choreography. Thursday Club (with Alex McLean). Goldsmiths University of London, London UK 2012 Hacking Choreography. Data Ecologies: The Map and the Territory. Times Up, Linz AT 2012 Real-time Video in Performance. Dorkbot Sheffield # 4, Sheffield UK Conference Presentations 2021 Where does the improvisation of movement lie? Levels of agency in live coded choreography. The 6th International Conference on Live Coding. 2021 Live Coding Mama. Hybrid Live Coding Interfaces: Beyond the Screen. 2021 Church of Codie. Hybrid Live Coding Interfaces: Beyond the Screen. Sicchio, K., Loveless, M., and Hennsigh-Palmero, S.G. 2021 SloMoCo Art Lounge. Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. 2021 Alignment of Rhythms in Live Coded Audio-Visual Performance. Synesthetic Syntax: Seeing Sound / Hearing Vision. Sicchio, K., Loveless, M., and Hennsigh-Palmero, S.G. 2021 JSoLangs: ephemeral esolangs in a collaborative live coding environment. CSDH/SCHN Digital Humanities Conference. Sicchio, K., Ogborne, D. and Littler, C. 2020 Alignment of Rhythms in Live Coded Audio-Visual Performance. Sound, Image and Interaction Design Symposium. Sicchio, K. Loveless, M., and Hennsigh-Palmero, S.G. 2020 Agency in Live Coded Choreography. Hybrid Live Coding Interfaces: performance and craft workshop. 2020 Terpsicode: Live Coding Choreography. The 5th International Conference on Live Coding, Limerick Ireland 2019 Programming paradigms for the human interpreter. The 4th International Conference on Live Coding, Madrid Spain. 2017 Layering Machine Learning and Choreography. Mixed Initiative Creative Interfaces Workshop. CHI 2017. Denver CO, USA 2016 Reflections on Live Coding Dance. International Conference on Live Coding. Hamilton, CAN 2016 HTB2.0 Flutter/Stutter. International Society of Electronic Arts ISEA2016, Hong Kong 2015 Stitch. Bitch. Make/Perform. Electronic Visualisation and the Art EVA, London UK 2013 Hacking the Body Workshop. International Society of Electronic Arts ISEA2013, Sydney AUS 2013 Hacking the Body Workshop. ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference, Sydney AUS 2011 Choreographing Topological Spaces within Dance Performance with Real-time Video. International Society of Electronic Arts ISEA2011, Istanbul Turkey 2010 Exploring the Software Programmer as Choreographer. Digital Resources in Humanities and the Arts Conference, London UK 2010 Beyond TV Spectacle – The Choreographic Craft of So You Think You Can Dance. Society of Dance History Scholars Annual Conference, London UK 2010 Frames within Frames within Frames: Real-time video in Live Performance Moves Festival, Liverpool UK 2009 Approaches to Teaching and Learning Real Time Video and Choreography. CORD Special Topics Conference: Global Perspectives on Dance Pedagogy, Leicester UK 2007 Systems and Content: A Choreological Investigation of Interactive Dance. (re)Actor2 International Conference, Leeds UK 2007 The Stage and the Screen: Choreographing the Balance Moves Screen Choreography Conference, Manchester UK Podcasts 2021 Technology, Friend or Foe? Canada National Academy of Dance Educators. Oko, J. 2019 Podcast 263: Kate Sicchio. Art + Music + Tech. Grosse, D. 2018 Jesus Could Have Been a Pigeon. Freakonomics Radio Live, Joe’s Pub. Dubner, S. Duckworth. New York City, NY, USA. Kate Sicchio

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