Compendium of Arts Integrative Exemplars

Articles

Choreografish: an arts-based, virtual reality, anxiety intervention for autism

Eric Handman, Roger Altizer, Cheryl Wright, and Greg Bayles

Machines That Dream

Benjamin David Robert Bogart

Green Light SONATA: Improvisation at the Intersection of Art and Science

Anne Elise Thomas, Montasir Abbas, Charles Nichols, and Qichao Wang

Judaica: An Embodied Laboratory for Songwork

Ben Spatz, Nazlıhan Eda Erçin, and Agnieszka Mendel

Cultural Engagements in Nutrition, Arts and Sciences (CENAS)

Tamara Underiner, Stephani Etheridge Woodson, Robert Karimi, and Seline Szkupinski Quiroga



Commentaries

Last Word on Reviewing “Choreografish” for Ground Works

Reviewer commentary by Veronica Stanich on Choreografish: an arts-based, virtual reality, anxiety intervention for autism

Delight, because Ground Works is so young, and so many risks have been taken but not all of them have proven fruitful (yet), and it’s very satisfying to see confirmed our hunch that reviewing together could be a generative thing.

Reviewing “Choreografish” for Ground Works

Author commentary by Eric Handman on Choreografish: an arts-based, virtual reality, anxiety intervention for autism

I’m reminded of choreographer Sean Curran once telling me in a rehearsal as he cut and reorganized sections of choreography, “It’s not what you do with the pencil that counts, it’s what you do with the eraser!”

Reviewing “Choreografish” for Ground Works

Reviewer commentary by Lise Worthen-Chaudhari on Choreografish: an arts-based, virtual reality, anxiety intervention for autism

I am glad that I engaged this experiment in transdisciplinary review and feel that the conversational review format served to increase my agency as a maker at the intersection of art, science, and medicine.

Reviewing “Choreografish” for Ground Works

Reviewer commentary by Sydney Skybetter on Choreografish: an arts-based, virtual reality, anxiety intervention for autism

“Choreografish” thoughtfully applies choreographic practice to virtual reality, work that will no doubt shape dancerly engagement with the digital for years to come. What was most inspiring about the project was how it bravely braided strains of expertise that too rarely come into contact.

Reviewing “Choreografish” for Ground Works

Reviewer commentary by Veronica Stanich on Choreografish: an arts-based, virtual reality, anxiety intervention for autism

We imagined that they might even extend or expand the conversation to include the work’s creators, fostering a back-and-forth that would fortify the work and counteract scholarly isolation...I can confidently report that the review-as-real-time-conversation works