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Systemic Improvisation: Confusing Distribution of Roles in Free Improvisation

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Title: Systemic Improvisation: Confusing Distribution of Roles in Free Improvisation
Creator: Nilsson, Per Anders
Dahlstedt, Palle
Issue Date: 25-Nov-2020
Published in: Online Symposium on Artistic Research, by Swedish Research Council
Publication type: artistic work
Keywords: improvisation
interaction design
electronic music
telematic performance
Summary: The Systemic Improvisation research project presents an improvisation system, in an environment known to the listeners/viewers, to show how even familiar and simple signals can radically reform musical interactions.
Supported by: Swedish Research Council, Academy of Music and Drama at University of Gothenburg, Interaction Design at Chalmers/GU
Description of project: See attached pdf ” Reflections of Systemic Improvisation in Zoom”, long conference abstract “Long abstract for VR2020”, and “2020 Systemic Improv VR symp addendum”.
Type of work: Peer reviewed artistic conference contribution
Description: This presentation is part of the research project “Systemic Improvisation”, supported by the Swedish Research Council. The project is owned by Palle Dahlstedt, and co-owned by Per Anders Nilsson, and also includes collaborators Tim Perkis, and Gino Robair, both active as improvisors in the Bay Area in California, USA.
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