- Aurie Hsu and Steven Kemper, “Enacting Sonic-Cyborg Performance through the Hybrid Body in Teka-Mori and Why Should Our Bodies End at the Skin?” Leonardo Music Journal 29 (December 2019): 83-87.
- Steven Kemper and Rebecca Cypess, “Can Musical Machines Be Expressive? Views from the Enlightenment and Today,” Leonardo 52, no.5 (October 2019): 448-454. https://doi.org/10.1162/LEON_a_01477.
- Rebecca Cypess and Steven Kemper, “The Anthropomorphic Analogy: Humanising musical machines in the early modern and contemporary eras,” Organised Sound 23, no. 2 (2018): 167-180.
- Wendy Hsu and Steven Kemper, “How We Re-Listen to a Changing City: Engaging the Senses, Community, and Data throughLA Listens ,” Noise & Silence v.2 (2016).
- Steven Kemper, “Electroacoustic Techniques in Electromechanical Music: Musical Robots as ‘Real’ Virtual Instruments,” Journal SEAMUS: The Journal of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 26, 1-2 (2015): 16-21.
- Steven Kemper, “Composing for Musical Robots: Aesthetics of electromechanical music,” Emille: The Journal of the Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society 12 (2014): 25-31.
- Matthew Burtner, Steven Kemper, and David Topper, “Network Socio-Synthesis and Emergence in NOMADS,” Organized Sound 17, no. 1 (2012): 45-55
Conference Proceedings and Other Publications
- Aurie Hsu and Steven Kemper, “The Hybrid Body and Sonic-Cyborg Performance in Why Should Our Bodies End at the Skin?” in TEI ’19 Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona, 2019): 547-551.
- Steven Kemper and Scott Barton, “Mechatronic Expression: Reconsidering Expressivity in Music for Robotic Instruments” in Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) (Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA, 2018): 84-87.
- Steven Kemper, “MYTHICAL SPACES: An Album of Electroacoustic Music Exploring Mythical Time and Space,” Sonograma Magazine, April (2018).
- Aurie Hsu and Steven Kemper, “Why Should Our Bodies End at the Skin? Enacting Cyborg Performance” in Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Symposium on Arts & Technology (Connecticut College, New London, CT, 2018): 34-36.
- Aurie Hsu and Steven Kemper, “Kinesonic Composition as Choreographed Sound: Composing Gesture in Sensor-Based Music” in Proceedings of the 2015 International Computer Music Conference (University of North Texas, Denton, TX, 2015): 412-415.
- Aurie Hsu and Steven Kemper. “Kinesonic Approaches to Mapping Movement and Music with the Remote electroAcoustic Kinesthetic Sensing (RAKS) System.” In Proceedings of the 2015 International Workshop on Movement and Computing (Vancouver, BC, 2015): 45-47. doi: 10.1145/2790994.2791020.
- Troy Rogers, Steven Kemper, and Scott Barton, “MARIE: Monochord-Aerophone Robotic Instrument Ensemble” in Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) (Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 2015): 408-411. http://www.nime.org/proceedings/2015/nime2015_141.pdf
- Steven Kemper, “Listening to the Streets: What sounds do vehicular traffic mask?” MIT CoLab Radio, (April 2015).
- Wendy Hsu, Steven Kemper Jessica Blickley, “Investigating Vibrancy through Listening to Urban Sounds,” MIT CoLab Radio, (April 2015).
- Scott Barton and Steven Kemper, “Drum Circle” in Workshops in International Conference on Social Robotics ISCR (UTS ePress, 2014).
- Steven Kemper, Wendy Hsu, Carey Sargent, Josef Taylor, Linda Wei, “Movable Party: a bicycle-powered system for interactive musical performance” in Proceedings of the 2014 International Computer Music Conference and Sound and Music Computing Conference (Athens, Greece: ICMC/SMC, 2014) 527-531.
- Aurie Hsu and Steven Kemper, “shadows No. 4: Belly Dance and Interactive Electroacoustic Musical Performance.” in Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (New York: Association for Computing Machinery, 2010)
- “Review of the Threshold festival.” in Journal SEAMUS 18, no. 2 (2005): 45-46