This talk was the first panelist in the Health Equities and Disparities Session for the 4th Annual UC Data Day Conference hosted by UC Libraries.
Reem Aly, JD, MHA, Health Policy Institute of Ohio
Talk Title: Closing Ohio’s health gaps: Moving towards equity
Reem Aly is the Vice President of Healthcare System and Innovation Policy at the Health Policy Institute of Ohio. Aly leads work on current and emerging health policy issues related to healthcare system and access, healthcare spending, social determinants of health and equity. She co-leads development of HPIO’s Health Value Dashboard and is currently leading HPIO’s contracted work to develop the state’s Maternal and Child Health and Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Assessments.
Abstract. Several basic relative invariants for homogeneous linear differential
equations were discovered during the years shortly after 1878. Also, a basic
relative invariant was found by Paul Appell in 1889 for a type of nonlinear
differential equation. There was little progress during the years 1892--1988 as
researchers who worked with homogeneous linear differential equations were
unknowingly handicapped by the standard practice of introducing binomial
coefficients in the writing of their equations. They thereby failed to develop
adequate formulas for the coefficients of equations resulting from a change of
the independent variable. Consequently, for relative invariants as the most
important kind of invariant, progress was stymied.
The notation was simplified in 1989, adequate transformation formulas
were developed, and explicit expressions were deduced in 2002 for all of the
basic relative invariants of homogeneous linear differential equations. In 2007,
explicit formulas were obtained for all of the basic relative invariants of a
type of ordinary differential equation involving two parameters m and n that
represent positive integers. When n = 1 and m >= 3, the formulas specialize to
provide all of the basic relative invariants for homogeneous linear differential
equations of order m; and, when m = n = 2, they yield all three of the basic
relative invariants for the equations of Paul Appell.
A general method developed in 2014 combines two relative invariants of
weights p and q for the same type of equation to explicitly obtain a relative
invariant of weight p+q +r, for any r >= 0. With that, the principal problems
about relative invariants have now been solved.
This monograph provides clear perspective about the reformulation begun
after 1988 and recently completed. Chapters 15 and 18 show how the major
difficulties confronting earlier researchers have been overcome.
Performance by Carl Stewart. Carl wears a suit made of Camel packs, all of which he smoked. Filmed in the garden at his house in Rye, NY, wearing a pumpkin head which he grew. Inspired by Marlon Brando’s portrayal of the death of Vito Corleone. Dearly loved by me, this video exists somewhere outside of my other artworks and was never publicly exhibited.
I was commissioned by Andy Marko of Semantics Gallery in Cincinnati to create a live show as the concluding event for his annual Autumedia Festival. The space at Semantics was filled with other work in the show, so he approached Third Party, another artist run space down the street, to host the performance. I sent a general call out to friends at CCM looking for improvising musicians with the idea of forming a fairly large ensemble. I had a a number of responses and the musical group was ultimately made up of Regan Brown (Bass Clarinet), Dave McDonnell (Sax and Electronics), Carrie Magin (Percussion), Steve Weimer (Keyboard), and Zach Larabee (Drums). I also invited Loraine Wible, former student and previous collaborator, with Discerning Crane, to contribute a second stream of images. When we got to the space I decided to throw Loraine's images obliquely across the long wall with mine in the center.
Live audio visual improvisation on 09/3/2015 at Micro Mini Cinema in Cincinnati.
Zach Larrabee (percussion), Dave McDonnell (saxophone and electronics), Loraine Wible (images), Charles Woodman (images)
Live audio visual improvisation with Phi 4 on 06/11/2015 at Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy.
Charles Woodman (images), Maurizio Rinaldi (Electro-acoustic sound act), Fabrizio Saiu (Percussion act)
Live cinema audio/visual improvisation. Brief excerpts from four 2015 performances - San Francisco Cinematheque 4/15, Headlands Center for the Arts 5/15, Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy 6/15, Micro Mini Cinema, Cincinnati 8/15
Live audio visual improvisation on 06/10/2016 at Modern Makers in Cincinnati, OH.
Ofir Klemperer (electronics), Eddy Kwon (violin), Zach Larabee (percussion), Sayak Shome (images), Charles Woodman (images), Matt Coors (wall treatment), Andy Knolle (projector massage), Harry Sanchez (projector massage), Dan Leonard (live camera), Melissa Godoy (documentation)