i also like to write! good thing it’s allowed in my PhD work...
you can check out a list of my publications here

Cotton, Kelsey., de vries, Katja., & Tatar, Kıvanç. 2024. Singing for the Missing: Bringing the Body Back to AI Voice and
Speech Technologies. MOCO 2024. Link coming soon

Cotton, Kelsey., & Tatar, Kıvanç . 2023. Caring Trouble and Musical AI: Considerations towards a Feminist Musical AI. AIMC 2023. Retrieved from

Tatar, Kıvanç, Kelsey Cotton, and Daniel Bisig. 2023. Sound Design Strategies for Latent Audio Space Explorations Using Deep Learning Architectures.

Tatar, Kıvanç, Petter Ericson, Kelsey Cotton, Paola Prado, Roser Batlle-Roca, Beatriz Cabrero-Daniel, Sara Ljungblad, Georgios Diapoulis, and Jabbar Hussain. 2023. A Shift In Artistic Practices through Artificial Intelligence.

Kilic Afsar, Ozgun, Yoav Luft, Kelsey Cotton, Ekaterina Stepanova, Claudia Núñez-Pacheco, Rébecca Kleinberger, Fehmi Ben Abdesslem, Hiroshi Ishii, and Kristina Höök. 2023. Corsetto: A Kinesthetic Garment for Designing, Composing for, and Experiencing an Intersubjective Haptic Voice.

Reed, Courtney, Charlotte Nordmoen, Andrea Martelloni, Giacomo Lepri, Nicole Robson, Eevee Zayas-Garin, Kelsey Cotton, Lia Mice, and Andrew McPherson. 2022. Exploring Experiences with New Musical Instruments through Micro-Phenomenology.

Karpashevich, Pavel, Pedro Sanches, Rachael Garrett, Yoav Luft, Kelsey Cotton, Vasiliki Tsaknaki, and Kristina Höök. 2022. “Touching Our Breathing through Shape-Change: Monster, Organic Other, or Twisted Mirror.” ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 29 (February).

Cotton, Kelsey, Ozgun Kilic Afsar, Yoav Luft, Priyanka Syal, and Fehmi Ben Abdesslem. 2021. SymbioSinging: Robotically Transposing Singing Experience across Singing and Non-Singing Bodies.

Cotton, Kelsey, Pedro Sanches, Vasiliki Tsaknaki, and Pavel Karpashevich. 2021a. The Body Electric: A NIME Designed through and with the Somatic Experience of Singing.

Tsaknaki, Vasiliki, Kelsey Cotton, Pavel Karpashevich, and Pedro Sanches. 2021. “Feeling the Sensor Feeling You”: A Soma Design Exploration on Sensing Non-Habitual Breathing.