Research

My research focuses on issues surrounding the design of performative interactions with technology. Currently, I am focused on 3 issues:

Skill: How can we design interactions where performers can develop skill over time?

Style: With digital devices, how can performers develop unique, personal and distinctive styles that are recognizable and different from those of other users?

Spectatorship: What do spectators perceive, understand and feel when watching other people perform with interactive systems?

Recent Publications
(see my CV for a complete list)

Book Chapter

  • Gurevich, M. (2014, in press). Skill in Interactive Digital Music Systems. In The Oxford Handbook of Interactive Audio. Karen Collins, Bill Kapralos, and Holly Tessler, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles

Refereed Conference Papers