I strävan efter anti-estetik och musikalisk etik
In pursuit of anti-aesthetics and musical ethics
In his master thesis, Johan Jutterström pursues an anti-aesthetic and ethic artistic process. He’s using mainly three different strategies; reasoning through text, composing for ensemble, and solo improvising on the saxophone. Through composing the piece for 12 musicians Trästolen, Jutterström tries to erase himself and his taste from the music. In that endeavor he looks to physics as a catalyst. During the work with the solo saxophone record In pursuit of anti-aesthetics and musical ethics Jutterström uses a more philosophical approach. In general this thesis or investigation can be seen as a trial to pose music in the context of the Dogme 95 movement and what Roland Barthes called the point zero of the literature.
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