XW Sha and Garrett Johnson, “Rhythm and Textural Temporality: Experience without Subject and Duration as Effect”, special volume On Rhythm: Technics, Culture and Capital, ed. Paola Crespi, Sunil Manghani, Theory Culture and Society. (under review)

XW Sha, “The Square Root of Negative One is Imaginary”, in special volume A World to Be Made: Essays in the Problematic, ed. Martin Savransky, Theory Culture and Society. (under review)

Garrett Johnson, Britta Joy Peterson, Todd Ingalls, Sha Xin Wei. "Ensemble, Entrainment, and Movement in the Mess of the Matter: Non-anthropocentric Design of Responsive-Media Environments." Journal of Somaesthetics 4, no. 2, 2019.

XW Sha, “Theater Without Organs: Co-Articulating Gesture and Substrate in Responsive Environments”, Living Architectures Systems Group White Papers, 2016. https://www.academia.edu/38711900/Theater_Without_Organs_Co-Articulating_Gesture_and_Substrate_in_Responsive_Environments

B Mechtley, T Ingalls, J Stein, C Rawls, XW Sha, “SC A Modular Software Suite for Composing Continuously Evolving Responsive Environments,” Living Architectures Systems Group White Papers, 2019. https://www.academia.edu/38711974/SC_A_Modular_Software_Suite_for_Composing_Continuously_Evolving_Responsive_Environments_LASG

Garrett Johnson, Britta Joy Peterson, Todd Ingalls, Sha Xin Wei. "An Enacted and Material Approach to Ensemble Group Activity with Responsive Media." Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Movement and Computing, 2019.

S. Thorn & XW Sha, “Instruments of Articulation: Signal Processing in Live Performance,” MOCO 2019 Long Paper [under review]

S. Thorn & B. Lahey, “A Haptic-Feedback Shoulder Rest for the Hybrid Violin,” ICMC 2019 Long Paper, New York City [accepted]


Brandon Mechtley, Connor Rawls, Peter Weisman, Emiddio Vasquez. Composing Ecosystemically in Responsive Environments with Gestural Media, Objects and Textures. March 2019



Brandon Mechtley, Christopher Roberts, Julian Stein, Benjamin Nandin, and Sha Xin Wei, « Enactive Steering of an Experiential Model of the Atmosphere », In Proceedings of the International Conference on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality (VAMR), Las Vegas, NV, pp. 126-114, Springer, Cham, July 2018.


Garrett L. Johnson, Britta Joy Peterson, Todd Ingalls, Sha Xin Wei. Lanterns: An Enacted and Material Approach to Ensemble Group Activity with Responsive Media. June 2018.



Brandon Mechtley, Julian Stein, Christopher Roberts, and Sha Xin Wei. « Rich State Transitions in a Media Choreography Framework Using an Idealized Model of Cloud Dynamics », in Proceedings of the Thematic Workshops of ACM Multimedia 2017, Mountain View, CA, pp. 477-484, ACM.



Synthesis Center 2015 Annual Report


Elizaveta Solomonova and Sha Xin Wei, « Exploring the Depth of Dream Experience The Enactive Framework and Methods for Neurophenomenological Research », Constructivist Foundations 11(2), March 2016.


Sha Xin Wei, Gabriele Carotti-Sha. Big Data. April 2016


E. Solomonova, Sha Xin Wei. Authors' response: Towards a neurophenomenology of embodied, skillful dreaming. March 2016

Elizaveta Solomonova, Sha Xin Wei. Exploring the Depth of Dream Experience The Enactive Framework and Methods for Neurophenomenological Research. March 2016.



Fernando Zalamea, « Mathematics is Metaphysics», trans. Sha Xin Wei, Il Foglio Quotidiano 23.12.2015.


Evan Montpellier, Garrett Laroy Johnson, Omar Al Faleh, Josh Gigantino, Assegid Kidane, Nikolaos Chandolias, Connor Rawls, Todd Ingalls, and Sha Xin Wei « Suturing Space: Tabletop Portals for Collaboration », 17th International Conference, Human Computer Interaction International, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2015.

Michael Krzyzaniak, Rushil Anirudh, Vinay Venkataraman, Pavan Turaga. Towards realtime measurement of connectedness in human movement. August 2015.

Evan Montpellier, Garrett L. Johnson, Omar Faleh, Joshua Gigantino. Suturing Space: Tabletop Portals for Collaboration. August 2015


Sha Xin Wei, Keynote « Textural Care & the Stuff of Publics », Symposium: Public life – Towards a politics of care: Bodies, Place, Matter, Vienna, 17-18 April 2015.



Elizaveta Solomonova, Tore A Nielsen, Sha Xin Wei. Dream neurophenomenology and contemplative sciences. October 2014.


Al Faleh, Omar, Chandolias, Nikolaos, « Computational media as tools for the creation of aesthetic and active experiences in responsive spaces », 5th Annual International Conference on Visual and Performing Arts, Athens (Grèce), juillet 2014.


Navid Navab, Doug Van Nort, Xin Wei Sha, “A Material Computation Perspective on Audio-Mosaicing and Gestural Conditioning“, NIME (International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression), London (Goldsmith), June 2014.

Al Faleh, Omar, Chandolios, Nikolaos, Del Tredici, Felix, Montpellier, Evan, « Towards An Integrated Design Process For Improvisational And Performative Interactive Environments », Vancouver CHI, Vancouver (France) , juin 2014.

Navid Navab, Doug Van Nort, Sha Xin Wei. A Material Computational Approach to Audio-Mosaicing. June 2014.


Sha Xin Wei, « A non-anthropocentric approach to apperception, via Petitot and fiber bundles », Metalithikum K5, Einseldeln (Switzerland), 23 May 2014.

Sha Xin Wei, « Introduction to primordial concepts in continuous geometry », Metalithikum K5, Einseldeln (Switzerland), 22 May 2014.



Sha Xin Wei, Poiesis and Enchantment in Topological Matter, Cambridge: MIT Press.


Sha Xin Wei, Adrian Freed, Navid Navab, « Sound Design As Human Matter Interaction », CHI, April – May 2013, Paris


Al Faleh, Omar, « Technology, Aesthetics, and the multi-disciplinary design process in research creation methodologies », Paris CHI, Paris (France) , avril 2013.

Sha Xin WEi, Adrian David Freed, Navid Navab. Sound design as human matter interaction. April 2013.



Sha Xin Wei. Topology and Morphogenesis. October 2012.


Sha Xin Wei, “Topology and Morphogenesis“, in special issue on Topologies of Multiplicity, ed. Celia Lury, Theory, Culture, and Society, May 2012.

Sha Xin Wei. Concerted knowledges and practices: An experiment in autonomous cultural production. May 2012.


Sha Xin Wei,“An Experiment in Autonomous Cultural Production”, AI and Society 25th Anniversary Special Issue, London: Springer-Verlag, 2012.



Elizaveta Solomonova, Sha Xin Wei. Towards a Neurophenomenology of Embodied, Skillful Dreaming: Authors' Response to Open Peer Commentaries. January 2016.