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Article: Distributed Creativity and Ecological Dynamics: A Case Study of Liza Lim’s ‘Tongue of the Invisible’

  • by Eric Clarke, Mark Doffman, and Liza Lim; Oxford University, University of Huddersfield — © OUP
  • Source: Music and Letters, OUP (Pay per view)
  • This essay addresses distributed creative processes in the preparation and performance of a new musical work—Tongue of the Invisible by Liza Lim, commissioned by the Cologne-based Ensemble musikFabrik. Situating the research within a broadly ecological perspective, and in the specific context of the interface between composition, improvisation, and performance, the study offers a social and distributed understanding of creative production.

Website: http://ml.oxfordjournals.org/content/94/4/628.abstract