Alessia Milo is an architect researching the acoustics of spaces and the sonic interactions they promote using graphic notation, e-textile maps, and soundwalks. Her underlying interest in crafting performative experiences has often brought her to question the intrinsic mediality of technology. This friction has driven the generation a number of uncanny creatures such as augmented brooms, winged mirroring entities, chaotic AV interfaces, and FFT-based spectral shapes on walls and musicians. Currently completing her PhD within the Media and Arts Technology CdT programme at QMUL, she has recently joined the Audio Commons project and delivered lectures in creative coding.