Performance Practice and Presentation [PPP]  ]

L’azione collettiva di due o pi persone che lavorano ad un risultato o con uno scopo condiviso. Questa pu estendersi dalla musica elettroacustica alla collaborazione tra diverse forme d’arte (per es. un musicista con un danzatore o un video artista) o discipline (per es. un musicista con un programmatore o un progettista hardware). Sebbene il termine sia stato pi volte messo in luce nel processo di creazione della musica tradizionale e contemporanea, non lo stato altrettanto nel teatro, nella performance art, nella danza o nelle arti visive.


See also

Creazione collaborativa (Devising)



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Alphabetical order - Chronological order

Allen, J. Anthony (2004). Playing with Fire: An unexpected collaboration
Belet, Brian (2003). Live Performance Interaction for Humans and Machines in the Early Twenty-first Century: One composer’s aesthetics for composition and performance practice
Cipriani, Alessandro, Ciardi, Fabio Cifariello, Ceccarelli, Luigi, Cardi, Mauro (2004). Collective Composition: The Case of Edison Studio
Hahn, David (2002). Creating the Soundscape for {Zagreb Everywhere}
Hahn, Tomie, Bahn, Curtis (2002). {Pikapika} - The collaborative composition of an interactive sonic character
Harris, Yolande (2004). The Meta-Orchestra: Research by practice in group multi-disciplinary electronic arts
Harris, Yolande, Bongers, Bert (2002). Approaches to Creating Interactivated Spaces, from Intimate to Inhabited Interfaces
Landy, Leigh (1988). How Often Have you Seen Your Compositions Performed? A Plea for More Audio-visual Collaborations in Experimental Music
Landy, Leigh (1994a). Experimental Music Notebooks
Landy, Leigh, Jamieson, Evelyn, Ng, Kia (2003). {In Transit} or Realising One’s Aesthetic when the Technology Finally Catches Up
Lanzalone, Silvia (2000). Hidden Grids: Paths of expressive gesture between instruments, music and dance
McNutt, Elizabeth (2003). Performing Electroacoustic Music: A wider view of interactivity
Moorefield, Virgil, Weeter, Jeffrey (2004). The Lucid Dream Ensemble: A laboratory of discovery in the age of convergence
Myatt, Tony (2002). Strategies for Interaction in {Construction 3}
Packer, Randall (2004). {The Pavilion: Into the 21st Century}: A space for reflection
Riikonen, Taina (2004). Shared Sounds in Detached Movements: Flautist identities inside the ‘local-field’ spaces
Rudi, Jran (2003). {Norge - et Lydrike, Norway Remixed}: A sound installation
Simoni, Mary (2003). Project Lovelace: Unprecedented Opportunities for Music Education
Watts, Christopher (2004). Mixing Things Up: Collaboration, converging disciplines, and the music curriculum
Wilson, Julie A., Bromwich, Mark A. (2000). {Lifting Bodies}: Interactive dance - finding new methodologies in the motifs prompted by new technology - a critique and progress report with particular reference to the Bodycoder System