FluCoMa Podcast #12: Artemi-Maria Gioti

Episode twelve of the FluCoMa podcast where Jacob Hart talks with composer, researcher and creative coder Artemi-Maria Gioti.

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Artemi-Maria Gioti

The Podcast


  1. Introduction (0:0)

  2. Getting into the field (1:16)

  3. Defining the “Interactive Music System” (3:12)

  4. Converge/Diverge (2019) (5:30)

  5. Implementing “states” (9:0)

  6. Different performances (13:19)

  7. Bias (2020) (15:5)

  8. Defining and analyzing “sound events” (21:0)

  9. Relationship with trainings (22:30)

  10. Working with musicians (24:19)

  11. Authorship (27:36)

  12. Balancing creative and academic work (30:17)

  13. The MusAI project (33:52)

  14. Curating corpora (36:11)

  15. Using computational techniques and the future (40:40)


In episode twelve of the FluCoMa Podcast I talk with Dr. Artemi-Maria Gioti, a composer, researcher, and creative coder who specialises in the creative uses of artificial intelligence and machine learning. We learn about the workings of two of her pieces that make use of these technologies, and how Artemi incorporates computational techniques into her creative practice.

Here are the links to some of the things that were discussed during the podcast:

  • Artemi’s 2019 piece Converge/Diverge:

  • Article on Sawyer’s concept of collaborative emergence.

  • Artemi’s 2020 piece Bias: