Outputs


Peer-reviewed published conference papers

  • “Reflexions upon Feedback” by Thor Magnusson, Chris Kiefer and Halldor Ulfarsson at the New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2022 Conference.
  • “The Proto-Langspil: Launching an Icelandic NIME Research Lab with the Help of a Marginalised Instrument” by Jack Armitage, Victor Shepardson, Halldor Ulfarsson and Thor Magnusson at the New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2022 Conference.
  • “Ritualistic Approach to Sonic Interaction Design: A Poetic Framework for Participatory Sonification” by Robin Morabito, Jack Armitage and Thor Magnusson at the International Conference for Auditory Display 2022.
  • “Autocoder: a Variational Autoencoder for Spectral Synthesis” by Davíð Brynjar Franzson, Victor Shepardson and Thor Magnusson. At the International Conference for Computer Music
  • “Exploring XAI for the Arts” by Nick Bryan-Kinns, Berker Banar, Corey Ford, Courtney N. Reed, Yixiao Zhang, Simon Colton, and Jack Armitage at the 1st Workshop on eXplainable AI approaches for debugging and diagnosis at the NeurIPS conference.
  • “Notochord: A Flexible Probabilistic Model for Real-Time MIDI Performance” by Victor Shepardson, Jack Armitage and Thor Magnusson at the Artificial Intelligence and Musical Creativity conference.

Book chapters


Symposia and workshops organised by us

  • Moving Strings Symposium (December 2021). An international symposium with workshops, presentations and performances. https://iil.is/news/moving-strings
  • Embedded AI for NIME: Challenges and Opportunities. Workshop run at NIME with two other institutions.
  • Living Algorithms workshop at Raflost festival 2022.
  • Sema Worshop (September 2021) Mexico City.
  • Media Lab Aalto Workshop. Applying ii lab technologies in teaching.
  • Trash Sounds Workshop @ RUSL Festival
  • Ii lab workshop at Omar festival. Hjalteyri. A workshop in ii lab technologies.
  • HLCI Workshop Online organised by Jack Armitage.
  • Panel session: Making art with Machines: Voices, Instruments, Bodies and Sound at the Iceland University of the Arts 2022,

Workshops we participated in

  • NIFTY workshop. Thor Magnusson presenting ii lab work at instrument design conference.
  • HLCI Workshop Presentation by Victor Shepardson.
  • Feedback Musicianship Network workshop. Halldor Ulfarsson and Thor Magnusson. At Aalborg University.

Residencies

  • Nyksund writing residency. Nyksund, Norway. Thor Magnusson.
  • On-the-fly residency. Barcelona. Jack Armitage.

Presentations

  • “Keynote at ICLC 2021” Thor Magnusson at the International Conference on Live Coding 2021
  • “In Between the Analogue and the Digital” Thor Magnusson in a panel session at the International Conference on Live Interfaces. ICLI 2022.
  • “Sound Seed Automata” Victor Shepardson at HLCI Workshop 2021
  • “ROOT Workshop Talk: Creative Misuse of ROOT.” Jack Armitage at CERN workshop
  • “Music Technologies that learn. But what are they learning?” Thor Magnusson at the AIM Queen Mary
  • “Cling for live coding music and musical instruments.” Jack Armitage at CERN Compiler Research Group
  • Technology presentation at Synthabæli/International Synthesizer Day. Reykjavik City Library. Jack Armitage and Steve Symons.
  • „Something About Being Human“ Jonathan Chaim Reus at Artist Talk: Making Art with Machines: Voices, Instruments, Bodies and Sound at the Iceland University of the Arts
  • „Performing AI – bodies, sounds and machines“ Marco Donnarumma at Artist Talk: Making Art with Machines: Voices, Instruments, Bodies and Sound at the Iceland University of the Arts

Public media


Performances

  • RAFLOST Festival Opening Party. Jack Armitage.
  • OMAR festival. Victor Shepardson et al.
  • Trash Sounds Workshop at RUSL Festival. Final performance.
  • Live coding Tidal with Rave. Algorithmic Arts Assembly. Jack Armitage.
  • Lil Data at PC Music Vol. 3. London. Jack Armitage.
  • Intelligent Instruments’ Birthday Party at Mengi. Marco Donnarumma, Jonathan Chaim Reus, Hekla, Bob & Vic.

Open source