These are publications by affiliates and friends of the atelier-lab. They give a sense of the orientations shaping the Topological Media Lab’s family of work.

2014

Al Faleh, Omar, Chandolias, Nikolaos, « Computational media as tools for the creation of aesthetic and affective experiences in responsive spaces », 5th Annual International Conference on Visual and Performing Arts, Athens (Grèce), juillet 2014.
Navid Navab, Doug Van Nort, Xin Wei Sha, “A Material Computation Perspective on Audio-Mosaicing and Gestural Conditioning“, NIME (International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression), London (Goldsmith), June 2014 (Link to Paper, Poster)
Al Faleh, Omar, Chandolios, Nikolaos, Del Tredici, Felix, Montpellier, Evan, « Towards An Integrated Design Process For Improvisational And Performative Interactive Environments », Vancouver CHI, Vancouver (France) , juin 2014.

2013

Sha Xin Wei, Adrian Freed, Navid Navab, “Sound Design As Human Matter Interaction,” CHI, April – May 2013, Paris
Al Faleh, Omar, « Technology, Aesthetics, and the multi-disciplinary design process in research creation methodologies », Paris CHI, Paris (France) , avril 2013.

2012

Sha Xin Wei, “Topology and Morphogenesis“, in special issue on Topologies of Multiplicity, ed. Celia Lury, Theory, Culture, and Society, forthcoming 2012.

Sha Xin Wei,“An Experiment in Autonomous Cultural Production”, AI and Society 25th Anniversary Special Issue,London: Springer-Verlag, 2012.

2011

Broglio, Ron, “Thinking about stuff: Posthumanist phenomenology and cognition,” in Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011, p. 187-192.
Brunner, Christoph, “Nice-looking obstacles: Parkour as urban practice of deterritorialization,” in Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011, p. 143-152.
Conrad, Erik, ” Soft architectures in everyday life,” in Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011, p. 123-128.
Crawford, T. Hugh, “Minor houses / minor architecture,” Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011.
Franinovic, Karmen, “Architectures of play,” Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011, p. 129-136.
Frantova, Elena, Elizaveta Solomonova, Tim Sutton, “Extra-personal awareness through the media-rich environment,” Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011, p. 179-186.
Lunn, Flower, “Patterns of Growth and Perception: The Site, the City and the Wild,” Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011, p. 153-161.
Sha Xin Wei, “Minor architecture,” in Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011, p. 112-122.
Sha Xin Wei, “The Atelier-Lab as a Transversal Machine?“, spécial issue on Les études américaines à l’ère des médias numériques, Revue française d’études américaines, 2011/2, no. 128, p. 62-78 (PDF), color plates I-VIII (PDF).
Sha Xin Wei, “Concerted knowledges and practices: an experiment in autonomous cultural production” AI & Society, 25Th Anniversary Volume, A Faustian Exchange: What Is To Be Human in the Era of Ubiquitous Technology, March 2011, p. 1-13. (PDF)
Smoak, Harry, “Machinic articulations: Experiments in non-verbal explanation,” Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011.
Solomonova, Elizavet, Elena Frantova, Tore Nielsen, “Felt presence: Uncanny encounters with the numinous Other,” Special Issue on Poetic and Speculative Architecture in Public Space, AI & Society 26.2, 2011.
Spiegel, Jennifer B., “Theatricality and Ecological Thought“, PhD dissertation, Goldsmiths, 2011.

2010

Sha Xin Wei, Michael Fortin, Tim Sutton, Navid Navab, “Ozone: Continuous State-based Media Choreography
System for Live Performance,” ACM Multimedia, October 2010, Firenze.

2009

Sha Xin Wei, Michael Fortin, Jean-Sebastien Rousseau, “Calligraphic Video: A Phenomenological Approach to Dense Visual Interaction,” ACM Multimedia, October 2009, Beijing.

2008

Sha Xin Wei, “What’s At Stake: the Poetics of Performative Space,” AI & Society London, 6 October 2008.

2007

David Birnbaum, Freida Abtan, Sha Xin Wei, Marcelo M. Wanderley, “Mapping and dimensionality of a cloth-based sound instrument,” Sound & Music Computing, 11-13 July 2007, Lefkada Greece.
Doug Van Nort, Daviid Gauthier, Sha Xin Wei, Marcelo M. Wanderley ,”Extraction of Gestural Meaning from a Fabric-Based Instrument,” ICMC 2007.

2005

Gill, Satinder, Sha Xin Wei, “Gesture and Response in Field-Based Performance,” 5th conference on Creativity & Cognition, ed. Ernest Edmonds, London: ACM, 2005, pp. 205-09.
Salter, Chris, Sha Xin Wei, “Sponge: A Case Study in Practice-Based Collaborative Art Research,” 5th conference on Creativity & Cognition, ed. Ernest Edmonds, London: ACM, 2005, pp. 92-101.
Sha Xin Wei, “The TGarden Performance Research Project.” Special Issue: Technology, Modern Drama 48.3, Fall, 2005, p. 585-608.
Sha Xin Wei, “Ethico-Aesthetics in T* Performative Spaces,” in On Transient Realities and Their Generators, ed. Kuzmanovic and Tim Boykett. Maribor, Slovenia: Kibla, 2005, p. 22-39.
Sha Xin Wei, “Whitehead’s Poetical Mathematics,” Configurations 13.1, Winter 2005, p. 77-94.

2004

Sha Xin Wei, “Differential Geometrical Performance and Poiesis,” in Configurations, Vol 12, Number 1, Winter 2004, pp. 133-160.

2003

Iachello, Giovanni, Stephen Dow, Yoichiro Serita, T. St. Julien, Julian Fistre, “Continuous sensing of gesture for control of audio-visual media,” ISWC International Society for Wearable Computing, 2003.
Sha Xin Wei, Yoichiro Serita, Jill Fantauzza, Stephen Dow, Giovanni Iachello, Vinny Fiano, Joey Berzowska, Yvonne Caravia, Delphine Nain, Wolfgang Reitberger, Julian Fistre, “Demonstrations of expressive softwear and ambient media,” Ubicomp 2003.

2002

Sha Xin Wei, Resistance Is Fertile: Gesture and Agency in the Field of Responsive Media,” in Makeover: Writing the Body into the Posthuman Technoscape, Two-Part Special Issue of Configurations, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Part 2: Configurations, Vol 10, Number 3, Summer 2002.
Sha Xin Wei, Maja Kuzmanovic, “Sustainable Arenas for Weedy Sociality,” DIAC 2002
Sha Xin Wei, Timothy Lenoir, “Authorship and Surgery: The Shifting Ontology of the Virtual Surgeon,” in Bruce Clarke and Linda Dalrymple Henderson, ed., From Energy to Information: Representation in Science and Technology, Art, and Literature, Stanford University Press, 2002.

2001

Sha Xin Wei, “ An Architectural Medium,” E-Zine, 15.10, Oct 2001.

2000

Kuzmanovic, Maja, Sha Xin Wei, “From Representation to Performance: Responsive Public Space,” DIAC 2000
Sponge, “The surface that holds the image is unstable,” ec/Arts #2, September 2000.

1997

Wang, James Ze, Gio Wiederhold, Oscar Firschein, Sha Xin Wei, “Content-based Image Indexing and Searching Using Daubechies’ Wavelets,” in International Journal of Digital Libraries(IJODL), Springer-Verlag, 1997.
Wang, James Ze, Gio Wiederhold, Oscar Firschein, Sha Xin Wei, “Wavelet-Based Image Indexing Techniques with Partial Sketch Retrieval Capability,” Proceedings of the Fourth Forum on Research and Technology Advances in Digital Libraries (ADL’97), 13-24, Washington D.C., May 1997.

1996

Sha Xin Wei, “MediaWeaver — A Distributed Media Authoring System,” white paper, rev. 28 May 1996.
Sha Xin Wei, “MediaWeaver – A Distributed Media Authoring System for Networked Scholarly Workspaces,” Special Issue on Multimedia Tools and Applications, 1996.

1995

Marc Davis, Larry Friedlander, Glorianna Davenport, Sha Xin Wei, “ACM Multimedia95 Panel on Personal Narrative Spaces,” 1995.
Sha Xin Wei, “Situating MMDD with respect to WWW, Portfolio, PREMO, Hyper-G, ScriptX,” ASD Technical Report, Stanford University, 1995.

1994

Sha Xin Wei, “An Open Meta-testbed for Distributed Multimedia Databases.” March 1994.