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Becky Stewart will share her work combining music with textiles and will bring along samples to demonstrate. She will show Solo Disco Scarf and Sound Direction, both developed as tools to teach simple analogue audio signal processing through sewing and crocheting circuits. She will also show her current work using textile interfaces as capacitive touch control surfaces for music and dance performance.

[caption id="attachment_3005" align="alignnone" width="400"]OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA 'Solo Disco Scarf' [/caption]

Becky Stewart is a co-founder and the Head of Learning at Codasign. She is an engineer, developer, and educator working with physical computing and specialising in e-textiles. She recently released the book, Adventures in Arduino(Wiley), teaching programming and electronics to ages 11-15.

Becky completed her PhD in acoustics, spatial audio and interfaces for music search with the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London in 2010, an MSc in music technology at the University of York in 2006 and a BMus in music engineering technology and computer science at the University of Miami in 2005. She works on creative technology projects for clients through Anti-Alias Labs and has had her work performed at the Tate Modern and covered by the BBC and New York Times.

More info and projects can be found at theleadingzero.com

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This programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.


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