Electroacoustic Performance Practice in Interdisciplinary Improvisation
The increasing mobility and accessibility of electroacoustic tools in recent decades has brought electroacoustic performance practice into ever-closer contact and collaboration with a broad range of other performance paradigms and art forms. This paper will examine some of the issues this implies for electroacoustic performance practice, focusing specifically on the context of free interdisciplinary im- provisation, which arguably represents a particularly clear case of a fluid performance situation and the dissolution or renegotiation of boundaries between practices and art forms. Central issues include tools, mobility, flexibility, and communication.
Citation : Andean, J. (2014) Electroacoustic Performance Practice in Interdisciplinary Improvisation. Emille: Journal of the Korean Electroacoustic Music Society 11, pp. 13-18.
Research Group : Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre
Research Institute : Music, Technology and Innovation - Institute for Sonic Creativity (MTI2)
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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