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Speaker Lunch - Satinder Gill

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This talk explores how human interaction has musical qualities, and how these qualities shapes sense-making and managing social uncertainty. The focus is on rhythmic synchrony and prosody of body and voice as collective action that moves and shapes information flow and transfer. This research, that includes kinesics and kinaesthetics, is rooted in an investigation of how we transfer and acquire skill/tacit knowing whilst a) sharing the ‘same physical space’ compared to being in computer-mediated ‘distributed’ space; and b) when computer-based technology interfaces ‘same physical space’. Satinder Gill is a Visiting Scholar with the Centre for Music and Science, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge.

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