Volume 13(1), 2017-05, 6—9

Human–Technology Choreographies: Body, Movement, and Space in Expressive Interactions

Antti Pirhonen
Department of Teacher Education
University of Jyväskylä
Finland

Kai Tuuri
Department of Music, Art & Culture Studies
University of Jyväskylä
Finland

Cumhur Erkut
Department of Architecture, Design & Media Technology
Aalborg University
Copenhagen, Denmark

Human–technology choreographies denote a multifaceted approach to the human life in technologized environments. This second thematic issue within the topic area promotes a shift in focus from what can be done with technology to the inherently expressive processes of how humans move while interacting with technology.