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FRAGILE DEVICES: IMPROVISATION AS AN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Date

8/11/2017

Time

1:00PM - 2:00PM

Location

Sonic Lab

Price

FREE

Dr Rebecca Caines

*Holly Warner’s schedule has forced her to cancel her seminar on 8 November, but we are lucky to have Dr Rebecca Caines as a Visiting Associate Researcher in the School at present, so we are grateful to her for stepping in with a presentation which is tied to the research concerns of many staff and research students in Creative Arts.*

Dr Rebecca Caines presents a seminar which is tied to the research concerns of many staff and students in Creative Arts: Improvisation as a research method in sonic and socially-engaged arts. Is it useful to argue that improvisation is, in fact, an under-valued, rigorous, and peer reviewed framework that can be used for academic, artistic, and socially-responsible research projects? What would it mean to take improvisation as a research methodology seriously?  

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