Publications - AUMI-KU InterArts
AUMI Editorial Collective, Improvising across Abilities: Pauline Oliveros and the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument. Collaborative book project.
Dvorak, Abbey L. and Elizabeth Boresow; "Using the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI) in Music Therapy Clinical Practice" Music Therapy Perspectives https://doi.org/10.1093/mtp/miy012
Haaheim, K., Stewart, J., Tucker, S., & Williams, P. (2017). AUMI-Futurism: the Elsewhere and "Elsewhen" of (Un)Rolling the Boulder and Turning the Page [Music and Arts in Action]. Music and Arts in Action, 6(1), 21. http://musicandartsinaction.net/index.php/maia/issue/view/15 (Reviewed/Refereed)
Dvorak, Abbey, and Sherrie Tucker, "The Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI): A Useful App for Inclusive Practice," Imagine: Music Therapy, Fall 2017 v. 8, n. 1, 48-50. https://issuu.com/ecmt_imagine/docs/imagine_8_1__2017
Lázaro-Moreno, Caleb, "Technological Interventions, or Between AUMI and Afrocuban Timba," Sounding Out Blog, May 29, 2017. soundstudiesblog.com/2017/05/29/technological-interventions-between-aumi-and-afrocuban-timba/
Tucker, Sherrie, Jaclyn Heyen, Christine Sun Kim, Leaf Miller, Pauline Oliveros, Neil Rolnick, Clara Tomaz, and David Whalen, “Stretched Boundaries: Improvising Across Abilities,” ed. Ellen Waterman and Gillian Siddall, Negotiated Moments: Improvisation, Sound, and Subjectivity (Duke University Press, 2016), 181-198.
Lair, Liam, and Ashley Mog, “Embodied Knowledge and Accessible Community: An Oral History of Four Rehearsals and a Performance,” The Oral History Review 43, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2016), 25-51
Lair, Liam, and Ashley Mog, “Four Rehearsals and a Performance: an Oral History,” (Digital Humanities Project) http://scalar.usc.edu/works/four-rehearsals-and-a-performance-an-oral-history-of-aumi-participants/index