Systemic Improvisation: Confusing Distribution of Roles in Free Improvisation
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.
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
Online Symposium on Artistic Research, by Swedish Research Council
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.
Nilsson, Per Anders